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January 12, 2013, 06:14:51 AM
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I am in the mist of working on a new solo project, that of course involves bitcoins and it is in a niche that would require of moving files. These files are not illegal, and this is not a cyber locker, but there will be many of these files. It would be nice to have an amazon pricing cause I don't know how much space I need.


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January 12, 2013, 06:18:17 AM
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I'm from Canada. What do you need exactly?
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January 12, 2013, 06:27:58 AM
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I'm from Canada. What do you need exactly?

Not canadian dollar exchange, a Content delivery network...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Content_delivery_network

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January 12, 2013, 10:06:36 AM
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I am in the mist of working on a new solo project, that of course involves bitcoins and it is in a niche that would require of moving files. These files are not illegal, and this is not a cyber locker, but there will be many of these files. It would be nice to have an amazon pricing cause I don't know how much space I need.


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I don't think there is one that accepts bitcoins.
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January 12, 2013, 10:59:08 AM
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I am in the mist of working on a new solo project, that of course involves bitcoins and it is in a niche that would require of moving files. These files are not illegal, and this is not a cyber locker, but there will be many of these files. It would be nice to have an amazon pricing cause I don't know how much space I need.


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I don't think there is one that accepts bitcoins.

There has to be one , otherwise I am starting one tomorrow LOL, it is such easily money, I am surprised no one has one.

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January 12, 2013, 12:46:02 PM
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It's pretty easy to deploy one, we can do it and it'd be dedicated only to you (ie, your own CDN, no other clients on it)

Drop in a PM and we can discuss the bandwidth & storage requirements Smiley


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January 12, 2013, 07:25:07 PM
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It's pretty easy to deploy one, we can do it and it'd be dedicated only to you (ie, your own CDN, no other clients on it)

Drop in a PM and we can discuss the bandwidth & storage requirements Smiley

I will probably just go with my regular host, and just buy a huge VPS or buy a shared hosting and a VPS and setup my own
Thanks for the offer anyway

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January 13, 2013, 03:12:27 PM
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It's pretty easy to deploy one, we can do it and it'd be dedicated only to you (ie, your own CDN, no other clients on it)

Drop in a PM and we can discuss the bandwidth & storage requirements Smiley

I will probably just go with my regular host, and just buy a huge VPS or buy a shared hosting and a VPS and setup my own
Thanks for the offer anyway

http://aws.amazon.com/free/

"5 GB of Amazon S3 standard storage, 20,000 Get Requests, and 2,000 Put Requests*"

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"15 GB of bandwidth out aggregated across all AWS services*"

= win
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January 13, 2013, 03:59:37 PM
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"15 GB of bandwidth out aggregated across all AWS services*"

= win

Until a DDoS hits you and your bandwidth consumption goes up to 100 GB a day or more ...

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January 13, 2013, 04:01:21 PM
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"15 GB of bandwidth out aggregated across all AWS services*"

= win

Until a DDoS hits you and your bandwidth consumption goes up to 100 GB a day or more ...

Or 200 GB a day....!


It's a free start, which might help OP seeing has they didn't specify bandwidth requirements.
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January 13, 2013, 04:05:36 PM
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"15 GB of bandwidth out aggregated across all AWS services*"

= win

Until a DDoS hits you and your bandwidth consumption goes up to 100 GB a day or more ...

Or 200 GB a day....!


It's a free start, which might help OP seeing has they didn't specify bandwidth requirements.

He is asking for a CDN usually part of the reasons (if not the main reason) to go for CDN is DDoS protection.

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January 13, 2013, 04:31:31 PM
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"15 GB of bandwidth out aggregated across all AWS services*"

= win

Until a DDoS hits you and your bandwidth consumption goes up to 100 GB a day or more ...

Or 200 GB a day....!


It's a free start, which might help OP seeing has they didn't specify bandwidth requirements.

He is asking for a CDN usually part of the reasons (if not the main reason) to go for CDN is DDoS protection.

Wrong.

That's not the main use case, or even his stated reason, to use a CDN. It's to speed up content delivery by having multiple edge locations nearer your end users than you could afford to yourself. The Anycast DNS / HTTP that usually accompanies helps with localized DDoS attacks.

But anyway; meh.
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January 13, 2013, 05:10:59 PM
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"15 GB of bandwidth out aggregated across all AWS services*"

= win

Until a DDoS hits you and your bandwidth consumption goes up to 100 GB a day or more ...

Or 200 GB a day....!


It's a free start, which might help OP seeing has they didn't specify bandwidth requirements.

He is asking for a CDN usually part of the reasons (if not the main reason) to go for CDN is DDoS protection.

Wrong.

That's not the main use case, or even his stated reason, to use a CDN. It's to speed up content delivery by having multiple edge locations nearer your end users than you could afford to yourself. The Anycast DNS / HTTP that usually accompanies helps with localized DDoS attacks.

But anyway; meh.

Ah right, I forgot about the 80's definition of a CDN, mhe time warp ...

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January 13, 2013, 06:31:47 PM
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The only reason I need a CDN is not to speed up content delivery, I am just going to have so much content that it doesn't make sense to just put it with my VPS within the reach of the site. It also helps with privacy since it make it difficult to scrap thru links to get to the other content. The only reason I am not going with Amazon is cause there CDN does have bandwidth limits and I expect the content to be pretty big, so it would eat that in a day, even if the site stays small.

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January 13, 2013, 08:20:33 PM
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The only reason I need a CDN is not to speed up content delivery, I am just going to have so much content that it doesn't make sense to just put it with my VPS within the reach of the site. It also helps with privacy since it make it difficult to scrap thru links to get to the other content. The only reason I am not going with Amazon is cause there CDN does have bandwidth limits and I expect the content to be pretty big, so it would eat that in a day, even if the site stays small.

But Thanks everyone!
get a server from 100tb.com

they use softlayers network and servers


i ran 500mbit/sec per server through two of their $99/month servers for quite awhile


betting they came out quite behind on those Wink they are just betting on the vast majority of people never needing anything remote to 100tb (and as they have proven to be right for many years since they are still in business)

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January 14, 2013, 04:20:33 AM
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The only reason I need a CDN is not to speed up content delivery, I am just going to have so much content that it doesn't make sense to just put it with my VPS within the reach of the site. It also helps with privacy since it make it difficult to scrap thru links to get to the other content. The only reason I am not going with Amazon is cause there CDN does have bandwidth limits and I expect the content to be pretty big, so it would eat that in a day, even if the site stays small.

But Thanks everyone!
get a server from 100tb.com

they use softlayers network and servers


i ran 500mbit/sec per server through two of their $99/month servers for quite awhile


betting they came out quite behind on those Wink they are just betting on the vast majority of people never needing anything remote to 100tb (and as they have proven to be right for many years since they are still in business)

I wanted a CDN that accepted bitcoins, I really don't want to pay my current host (http://bitronictech.net) in bitcoins and a CDN in USD doesn't make sense since I would be only accepting bitcoins.

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January 14, 2013, 10:44:59 AM
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The only reason I need a CDN is not to speed up content delivery, I am just going to have so much content that it doesn't make sense to just put it with my VPS within the reach of the site. It also helps with privacy since it make it difficult to scrap thru links to get to the other content. The only reason I am not going with Amazon is cause there CDN does have bandwidth limits and I expect the content to be pretty big, so it would eat that in a day, even if the site stays small.

But Thanks everyone!
get a server from 100tb.com

they use softlayers network and servers


i ran 500mbit/sec per server through two of their $99/month servers for quite awhile


betting they came out quite behind on those Wink they are just betting on the vast majority of people never needing anything remote to 100tb (and as they have proven to be right for many years since they are still in business)

Well you could but I would suggest reading 100tb's TOS, they do not allow CDN's without their approval on their network..  SimpleCDN used their network and had to be shut down as seen here,
http://gigaom.com/2010/12/14/simplecdn-takedown-a-cautionary-tale-for-resellers/


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January 14, 2013, 11:20:31 AM
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The only reason I need a CDN is not to speed up content delivery, I am just going to have so much content that it doesn't make sense to just put it with my VPS within the reach of the site. It also helps with privacy since it make it difficult to scrap thru links to get to the other content. The only reason I am not going with Amazon is cause there CDN does have bandwidth limits and I expect the content to be pretty big, so it would eat that in a day, even if the site stays small.

But Thanks everyone!
get a server from 100tb.com

they use softlayers network and servers


i ran 500mbit/sec per server through two of their $99/month servers for quite awhile


betting they came out quite behind on those Wink they are just betting on the vast majority of people never needing anything remote to 100tb (and as they have proven to be right for many years since they are still in business)

Well you could but I would suggest reading 100tb's TOS, they do not allow CDN's without their approval on their network..  SimpleCDN used their network and had to be shut down as seen here,
http://gigaom.com/2010/12/14/simplecdn-takedown-a-cautionary-tale-for-resellers/



From what I understand they have different definitions of file storage/bandwidth and cdn. The 500mbit I was running was a drop in the bucket compared to another I know of in the business and 100tb did not have a problem with us

I stopped in April 2012 far after this whole cdn thing went down and I believe the other is still going

The simplecdn was a huge mess (I remember the drama on webhostingtalk)

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January 14, 2013, 11:46:27 AM
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The only reason I need a CDN is not to speed up content delivery, I am just going to have so much content that it doesn't make sense to just put it with my VPS within the reach of the site. It also helps with privacy since it make it difficult to scrap thru links to get to the other content. The only reason I am not going with Amazon is cause there CDN does have bandwidth limits and I expect the content to be pretty big, so it would eat that in a day, even if the site stays small.

But Thanks everyone!
get a server from 100tb.com

they use softlayers network and servers


i ran 500mbit/sec per server through two of their $99/month servers for quite awhile


betting they came out quite behind on those Wink they are just betting on the vast majority of people never needing anything remote to 100tb (and as they have proven to be right for many years since they are still in business)

Well you could but I would suggest reading 100tb's TOS, they do not allow CDN's without their approval on their network..  SimpleCDN used their network and had to be shut down as seen here,
http://gigaom.com/2010/12/14/simplecdn-takedown-a-cautionary-tale-for-resellers/



From what I understand they have different definitions of file storage/bandwidth and cdn. The 500mbit I was running was a drop in the bucket compared to another I know of in the business and 100tb did not have a problem with us

I stopped in April 2012 far after this whole cdn thing went down and I believe the other is still going

The simplecdn was a huge mess (I remember the drama on webhostingtalk)

Aah Tongue okay Smiley

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January 15, 2013, 12:28:41 AM
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We provide CDN services, surprised one of our bitcointalk clients didnt mention us?


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