Are you exploring the possibility of moving away from AWS?

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As enterprise applications continue to turn web services for the hardware / software that make the web pages function, most organizations go with laaS to provide these central services (particularly AWS). However, with an ever-growing number of AWS alternatives to choose from, the question becomes: Are you exploring the possibility of moving away from AWS? If so, what alternative are you leaning towards?

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