@codingMASTER398 does Amazon Web Services have: 4vCPU, 16GiB RAM, 400GiB egress & always on, or better? The low end of Replit-Deployments (which most people would use since it is more convenient to setup / cheaper) is $146 (a year) and $12 (a month), assuming your per month is actually a year it only saves $47.89 from not using Replit, if it is per month you save $86.11 using Replit.
This is exactly that: The highest end Replit deployment replicated on AWS! Not only is it 4vCPU and 16GB RAM, it also has unmetered internet at up to 10 gigabits per second (assuming, not researched). Even on the lower tier deployments, using anything other than Deployments can save you a ton over the long term.
@codingMASTER398 you didn’t fully answer my question. Is it per month or year. If it is per month you are saving with Replit by a landslide. If it is per month $98.11 turn into… $1177.32 and you save, wait for it. You save $1165.32 using Replit.
@codingMASTER398 but nobody uses the highest one. They are more likely to do lower ones because A.) They are more convenient on a larger scale B.) It’s cheaper. Also does anybody know how to use the other things to deploy, for most people no. The lowest price is $76.80 a year (Replit deployments). That’s like over a $1000 cheaper than AWS (since AWS is $98.11 a month, 98.11 * 12 is $1177.32).
Comparing the lowest option that is available on both AWS and Replit is the 1vCPU and 4GB RAM servers. They’re $25/month on both platforms… Is what I would say if it wasn’t cheaper to add another vCPU on AWS!
For the same price on AWS, you can get another vCPU and 10Gigabit internet. Deal! It’s also like 80 cents cheaper
Again, that is with the lowest available option for both Replit and AWS. The 1vCPU and 4GB RAM option for AWS was actually more expensive than the better one, due to the odd configuration.