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Except it doesn’t. The issue with AWS comes down to cost and performance. At the same cost for AWS it will always cost you LESS to get better performance doing it your self. As you grow the disparity becomes larger. AWS is great for a startup that wants to demo something. The minute it starts pulling any real traffic it is time to pull it in house. The costs of any AWS service have never scaled with performance. Quite the opposite the more you use the more expensive it becomes.
\nNitin, I really question your judgement here as a “database” expert. Please explain to me how it will be possible to maximize performance on this service. Since you have no granular control of how the DB app it self is working, nor any of the hardware (and god forbid it is running on RAID5 SATA S3 storage) how exactly are you supposed to make sure that the platform performs? If the answer is federate your data set, you are only making the problem worse and paying Amazon more.<\/p>\n\t\t\t\t\t<\/div>\n\t\t\t\t\t