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    Another option is this kind of manage posting.
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    This kind of industry is changing right now.
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    It used to be the case just a few years ago that you would rent machines from
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    a data center, like, these machines would already be installed and
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    configured and you could just, you know, rent five of them.
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    Could do all of this online.
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    And the industry's changed a little bit.
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    This is kind of new system of dealing with this which is basically kind of
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    this match hosting cloud set up.
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    And that's, that's what I'm going to focus on here,
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    because the kind of in between guys aren't nearly as popular as they used to be.
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    So these are players like AWS.
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    Rackspace, Linode, I think, kind of does this sort of thing.
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    They're all those, these are the ones I've hear of.
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    Reddit and Hitmonth both use AWS, it's my personal favorite.
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    Generally the idea is you are renting machines.
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    In the case of Amazon, I can't speak for others, you rent machines by the hour.
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    So we pay $.10 an hour or something for our machines on Amazon.
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    You don't have to think too much about bandwidth and power.
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    You don't think about power at all.
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    Bandwidth you generally pay some amount for.
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    You can install the operating system if you want.
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    More likely you're just configuring the OS, not installing it.
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    You're in the system where your machines can just kind of disappear.
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    If your machines fail, the hosts may bring up a new machine for you or
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    they may notify you or you can write scripts to automate this whole thing.
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    This is the area where I like to live personally.
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    Still get control over your machines in the sense that you can,
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    you know exactly what software is installed, what versions are installed,
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    what kernel is installed, all of that stuff.
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    But you don't have to deal with actually installing this machines in a rack and
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    replacing them by hand and doing the physical work.
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    It's all virtual.
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    I've never seen the service that host Reddit and Hitmonth.
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    With Reddit we started out renting a few machines from this manage
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    hostings provider, kind of pre-Amazon pre-Rackspace seven years ago.
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    Then we started co-locating our own machines and then when Amazon,
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    AWS, Amazon Web Services came out, that's when Reddit switched to Amazon.
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    In the office, in the Reddit office,
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    there's a bunch of physical machines sitting under a desk that used to
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    actually run Reddit.
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    20, 30 machines, whatever there were.
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