Comparing bare metal server with AWS servers

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I was trying to do cost comparison between bare metal servers and cloud servers from AWS. I could not exactly find how to compare a bare metal server with AWS server. Short of running my own tests, are there good results published at some place that I can look at? If I have to run my own tests, then any recommendation on bench marking tools would be highly appreciated. I searched and the number of tests/benchmarks overwhelmed me. Seems like days long exercise.

Jul 17, 2018 in AWS by bug_seeker
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There is an Amazon Web Services Total Cost of Operations (TCO) calculator available at     Put in some figures, then drill-down into the Calculations section for an example of costs to include (eg power, racks, software licenses).

answered Aug 7, 2018 by Priyaj
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