Hi all, couple questions that just came up as I’m messing with FusionHub more:
AWS prices based on bandwidth in and bandwidth out. If it’s running FusionHub, that would probably be the same I assume? Since if I’m a customer with a Balance device on prem and I download 1000GB of data in one month, that’s technically 1000GB going into AWS but then 1000GB going back out to the Balance on prem right? The cost calculator is saying $110 a month in usage because 1000GB into AWS is $90? The inbound bandwidth to AWS is very expensive compared to the ISPs in the area I checked with so wanted to check.
How do you determine what speed AWS supports? I can’t find anywhere that shows their bandwidth. So I have one customer wanting to bond a few 50Mbps DSL connections together to get 200Mbps, but then I have another with 500Mbps fibre wanting hot fail over to cable or DSL. The local ISP (3rd largest in the country) told me I can expect around 200Mbps using their VM platform but that 500Mbps is impossible. What do people do in these situations?