More fun facts about AWS usage, this time from Cloudyn

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Last week it was RightScale, now it’s Cloudyn eager to share its new data about how real customers use Amazon(s amzn) Web Services.

According to a survey by Cloudyn and The Big Data Group of 450 Cloudyn customers — who all use AWS — here are the main takeaways:

  • Amazon’s EC2 constitutes nearly two-thirds (62 percent) of total AWS spending.
  • More than half of those EC2 users now deploy Reserved Instances as part of their deployment.
  • On-demand pricing remains the number one choice for most users — it sucks up 71 percent of all their EC2 spending.
  • The S3 Simple Storage Service is still the most popular storage option, although Glacier, the cheaper archival storage choice, is gaining momentum.
  • The largest constituency among the Cloudyn/AWS users are those who spend less than $50,000 a year on AWS, but they account for just 4 percent of total AWS spending.
  • Just 4…

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