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Budget vs. Business

marcus_3's picture

Hi, I'm a little confused about the differences apart from priority support.

I'm particularly looking at the reserved instances bit in your comparison chart, does this mean that we pay reserved instance prices without paying upfront fees?

Any info on that would be great as I'm tempted to upgrade from budget depending on this.


Jeremy Davis's picture

AFAIK support is the only difference

But I'm not 100%. Pretty sure yiu still need to pay for reserved instances.

Marcus's picture

The bit that confuses me

is that one says save up to 65% and the other doesn't.


Jeremy Davis's picture

You mean here:

I don't think that means that reserved instances are free... Although I see the potential for confusion. I think it's just referring to the fact that reserved instances are supported (and the 'Budget plan' summary includes a little more info about Reserved Instances).

Marcus's picture

I'll assume that's the case.

I'll assume that's the case. I guess I'll stick with budget for now :)


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