> As of now, AWS accounts for most of Amazon's profits.
bbc.com/news/technology-486346

As if we needed another reason not to use or recommend . It's high time for every "ethical" tech company, , etc, to move to commodity hosting, or reveal themselves as a non-voting subsidiary of the .

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> "[AWS] essentially meant companies that couldn't or didn't want to buy big servers of their own ..."
bbc.com/news/technology-486346

Either this is a piece of propaganda, not journalism, or this "technology reporter" knows sod all about this technology. Prior to AWS, most companies (or other groups) had no need for "big servers". A consumer-grade desktop running GNU/Linux was adequate for most uses. Anything more could be leased from an ISP. What changed was the pay-per-use pricing model.

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