While things are still being decided I'd also like to inquire about
"roll over" instance hours. If we switch to this new instance hour
system, say I reserve 24 and only use 20. Can the 4 "roll over" to my
next billing period?
Also, from my previous post, maybe if I decline my SLA I could get 24
15 minutes idle time billed seems a bit odd, we can't be billed for
Finally, still curious how "always on" will work..
Thanks and great work on GAE
On May 29, 12:20 pm, JH <ja...@tickettrackit.com> wrote:
> Being that an SLA typically just means I will receive a refund for
> down time, in other words a fraction of $9/month and $.08/hour, I'd
> like to propose an alternative model for people to have paid apps
> without an SLA. I am definitely interested in uptime, however a
> refund of my $.08/hour for 30 minutes downtime doesn't get me too
> On May 12, 2:14 am, Kenneth <kennet...@aladdinschools.com> wrote:
> > Greg mentioned he was putting together an FAQ so let's help him out!
> > If you're going to answer this just put in your question into a single line,
> > Here's my list:
> > 1) What is the time granularity of the instance pricing? ie if I have an
> > Thanks,
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