Amazon web services (AWS), a cloud hosting company, declared it has introduced a new county in Oregon, which will provide businesses existing in West Coast with cheaper rates against their AWS resources.
Press release reports that businesses have the option of placing their AWS resources in this Oregon part that has several redundant zones providing high availability. AWS resources put the client’s incharge of the decision about allocation of their resources. Any area is opted for different characteristics like price, namely latency and compliance.
According to Press Release, Oregon has become the part of North California as the second AWS West site in USA, offering cheap rates, low latency choices for companies. This new county offers 10% less rates as compared to the North California area. AWS Senior Vice President, Andy Jassy stated, “we continue to be relentlessly focused on lowering costs so we can pass these savings to our customers in the form of lower prices. Since the launch of AWS over five years ago, we’ve lowered our prices over a dozen times. Launching this new lower-priced US West Region today is another example of our commitment to driving down costs for our customers — now, developers and businesses with operations or end users near the west coast of the United States can use our US West Infrastructure at an even lower cost than they could before.”
The declaration states that Oregon is AWS seventh infrastructure State; other States involve Dublin, Singapore, Northern Virginia, Northern California, Tokyo and GovCloud (USA).
This State will be offering a package of AWS services, inclusive of Amazon S3, Amazon EC2, Amazon EBS and many others.