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  1. #1
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    Custo de tráfego: AWS vs Azure vs Aliyun

    Azure


    (i.e. data going out of Azure data centers; zones refer to source region):

    Outbound data transfers Zone 1* Zone 2* Zone 3* DE (trustee)
    First 5 GB /Month Free Free Free Free
    5 GB - 10 TB /Month $0.087 per GB $0.138 per GB $0.181 per GB $0.10 per GB
    Next 40 TB
    (10 - 50 TB) /Month
    $0.083 per GB $0.135 per GB $0.175 per GB $0.175 per GB
    Next 100 TB
    (50 - 150 TB) /Month
    $0.07 per GB $0.13 per GB $0.17 per GB $0.17 per GB
    Next 350 TB
    (150 - 500 TB) /Month
    $0.05 per GB $0.12 per GB $0.16 per GB $0.16 per GB

    A sub-region is the lowest level geo-location that you may select to deploy your applications and associated data. For data transfers (except CDN), the following regions correspond to Zone 1, Zone 2 and Zone 3.

    • Zone 1: US West, US West 2, US West Central, US East, US North Central, US South Central, US East 2, US Central, Europe West, Europe North, Canada East, Canada Central
    • Zone 2: Asia Pacific East, Asia Pacific Southeast, Japan East, Japan West, Australia East, Australia Southeast, India South, India Central
    • Zone 3: Brazil South
    • DE (trustee): Germany Central, Germany Northeast



    https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/pr...ils/bandwidth/





    Amazon EC2

    Data Transfer OUT From Amazon EC2 To Internet


    US / Europe

    First 1 GB / month $0.00 per GB
    Up to 10 TB / month $0.09 per GB
    Next 40 TB / month $0.085 per GB
    Next 100 TB / month $0.07 per GB
    Next 350 TB / month $0.05 per GB


    Mumbai (IN)

    First 1 GB / month $0.000 per GB
    Up to 10 TB / month $0.1093 per GB
    Next 40 TB / month $0.085 per GB
    Next 100 TB / month $0.082 per GB
    Next 350 TB / month $0.080 per GB


    Singapore

    First 1 GB / month $0.000 per GB
    Up to 10 TB / month $0.120 per GB
    Next 40 TB / month $0.085 per GB
    Next 100 TB / month $0.082 per GB
    Next 350 TB / month $0.080 per GB


    Seoul

    First 1 GB / month $0.000 per GB
    Up to 10 TB / month $0.126 per GB
    Next 40 TB / month $0.122 per GB
    Next 100 TB / month $0.117 per GB
    Next 350 TB / month $0.108 per GB



    Sydney

    First 1 GB / month $0.000 per GB
    Up to 10 TB / month $0.140 per GB
    Next 40 TB / month $0.135 per GB
    Next 100 TB / month $0.130 per GB
    Next 350 TB / month $0.120 per GB


    Tokyo

    First 1 GB / month $0.000 per GB
    Up to 10 TB / month $0.140 per GB
    Next 40 TB / month $0.135 per GB
    Next 100 TB / month $0.130 per GB
    Next 350 TB / month $0.120 per GB


    Sao Paulo

    First 1 GB / month $0.00 per GB
    Up to 10 TB / month $0.25 per GB
    Next 40 TB / month $0.23 per GB
    Next 100 TB / month $0.21 per GB
    Next 350 TB / month $0.19 per GB

    https://aws.amazon.com/ec2/pricing/on-demand/





    Aliyun


    Código:
    Network fees - Pay-As-You-Go
    
    Frankfurt	US$0.070/GB
    US		US$0.076/GB
    Singapore	US$0.081/GB
    Tokyo		US$0.120/GB
    China Mainland	US$0.123/GB
    Sydney		US$0.130/GB
    HongKong	US$0.153/GB
    Dubai		US$0.447/GB


    BTW um provedor que utilizo que oferecia "free inbound" passará a contabilizar esse tráfego devido ao aumento do custo para proteger a infraestrutura dele contra ataques. SE a moda pega ...
    Última edição por 5ms; 22-12-2016 às 09:11.

  2. #2
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    Indecente. Mais um monumental fracasso da politica governamental brasileira intervencionista e corrupta.

    De um lado, as operadoras faturam alto com os reféns que precisam hospedar no Brasil. De outro, faturam alto (e sem os impostos leoninos) vendendo trânsito para servidores no exterior. Quanto mais brasileiros hospedarem fora, incentivados pelos preços extorsivos praticados aqui, melhor para elas.

    A primeira vez que ouvi falar de Hetzner não foi sobre a operação deles na Alemanha, mas na Africa do Sul. Ofereciam servidores em Cape Town com franquia de 2GB (dois gigabytes) de transferência mensal. Acabei contratando uma outra empresa, que oferecia franquia de 5GB/mês. Hoje você encontra dezenas de provedores lá que oferecem VPS KVM com processadores poderosos e franquias generosas por US$ 5 e alguns até tráfego ilimitado. E não é transporte para um PTT, é trânsito de qualidade no país e para o exterior (Europa, paises africanos, etc).

    Duas outras localidades "problemáticas" no passado igualmente alcançaram sucesso invejável: Australia e Hong Kong.

    A Australia sempre teve data centers excelentes, incomparavelmente melhores do que os brasileiros, mas nos últimos anos surgiu um competidor (NextDC) que tem construido data centers em série. Resultado: provedores locais oferecendo serviços de alta qualidade com preços mais baixos que nos EUA e surrando os estrangeiros que se aventuraram por lá (AWS, Azure, Vultr, etc). Já na carissima Hong Kong, tem provedor oferecendo VPS OpenVZ 512MB RAM com 500GB@100Mbps hospedado em um dos mais famosos data centers do mundo (MEGA-iAdvantage) por US$ 18 / ano, ou US$ 2 / mês. KVM 1GB sai muito mais caro: US$ 3,80 / mês ou US$ 28 / ano.

    E o Brasil? O último ladrão da vez anunciava intenção de contratar uma microempresa espanhola para lançar um cabo submarino ligando a Republiqueta das Bananas à Espanha.

    Como disse um amigo meu, o Brasil é um dos raros paises do mundo que passou da barbarie para a decadência sem conhecer a civilização.



    PS: Horas depois de ter cadastradp no site da Vivo, recebi SPAM na minha sagrada conta da empresa enviado utilizando um dominio da Vivo. Descartei a operadora.
    Última edição por 5ms; 22-12-2016 às 11:25.

  3. #3
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    SUNeVision Pledges to Build Largest Hong Kong ‘Mega Plus’ Facility

    Scott Fulton III
    December 9, 2016

    The South China Morning Post reported Thursday that SUNeVision, the Hong Kong-based technology arm of major real estate developer Sung Hung Kai Properties, has committed to building what its CEO boasted to be the province’s largest data center, in the Tseung Kwan O province at the mouth of Junk Bay.

    According to the publication, the firm’s “Mega Plus” facility is being built on a 7.5-acre plot, and will offer 470,000 square feet of space when completed. If you do the math, you discover SUNeVision needs a minimum of three stories.

    As Data Center Knowledge’s Yevgeniy Sverdlik reported in February, there’s plenty of activity among Hong Kong’s 40 data center providers, but not a tremendous lot of real estate for them to work with. A Structure Research report published at that time listed SUNeVision as among the province’s four leading data center providers, and Tseung Kwan O as capturing about one-third of the region’s data center developments.

    As a result, connectivity is at a premium. Only two weeks ago, SUNeVision announced its carrier-neutral Mega facilities would be enabling direct connection to Amazon Web Services. While SUNeVision has touted the growth of demand for cloud services in the province, only now is it getting the cross-connection capability its businesses desperately need to host hybrid cloud deployments.

    Because the government there imposes strict districting, certain specific areas of land are set aside for building data centers. Arguably, that makes a provider’s choice of location somewhat easier. Tseung Kwan O in particular has its own data center districts. Theoretically, that should make the job of routing fiber optic access simpler as well.

    But what geographical and geological barriers may already have been removed from the problem of attaining fiber optic access, the local bureaucracy there has evidently replaced. While Hong Kong’s fiber business has been said to be booming, regulators there have recently opened up investigations as to whether those claims were artificial.

    In 2011, when Google famously backed out of a building project it launched in Tseung Kwan O, it cited a lack of available land. That might have been euphemistic. The land is certainly there; it’s already been parceled. It’s the government that has done the parceling, and that’s where the problem probably lies.

    Meanwhile, Hong Kong’s economic growth pattern manages to slip a few points, according to the World Economic Forum, now behind Singapore. Asia/Pacific analysts have noted that Hong Kong has been relatively late to the game, with respect to cloud services adoption.

    What Hong Kong businesses need now is a booster shot. Hybridization and virtualization could help, providing hybrid cloud functionality to the enterprise while also pooling together SUNeVision’s “Mega” and “Mega Plus” resources to become, perhaps, mega plus plus. Indeed, SUNeVision has already been advising its customers that its various “Mega” campuses are all virtually interconnected, and that customers should think of them all as one contiguous unit.

    To accomplish this, Hong Kong needs better local connectivity. Partnerships such as the new pact between Microsoft and NTT Communications, and between SUNeVision and Amazon, could go a long way to help.

    So while Hong Kong’s data center providers continue to build out and build up, the challenge facing the region remains just getting through.

    http://www.datacenterknowledge.com/a...plus-facility/

  4. #4
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    Citação Postado originalmente por 5ms Ver Post
    Indecente. Mais um monumental fracasso da politica governamental brasileira intervencionista e corrupta.

    De um lado, as operadoras faturam alto com os reféns que precisam hospedar no Brasil. De outro, faturam alto (e sem os impostos leoninos) vendendo trânsito para servidores no exterior. Quanto mais brasileiros hospedarem fora, incentivados pelos preços extorsivos praticados aqui, melhor para elas.
    Sobre as operadoras gostarem de enviar o tráfego para fora, o Rubens citou na GTER sobre a Vivo utilizar a TIWS para remessa de lucros para a Espanha sem a tributação que fazer isso da forma padrão teria. :|

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