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Amazon's data warehouse, high storage instances come to Europe

Mikael Ricknäs | April 24, 2013
Amazon Web Services has made data warehouse service Redshift available from its European data center, allowing information that for regulatory reasons has to be stored locally to be moved to the service.

The Eight Extra Large instance comes with 117GB of RAM and 48TB of storage across 24 hard disk drives, delivering over 2.4 Gigabytes per second of sequential I/O performance. From the EU region and on-demand it costs $4.90 per hour when running Linux.

 

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