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I am intending to use cloud computer for my test lab. As this will required 4-5 hrs of daily testing, I am looking for a cloud server provider charges at reduced rate (or not at all) if my machines are off.

Can anyone please advice me few names ?

Thanks in advance. Cheers

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With Amazon EC2, all you'd need to pay for when the server is off is the S3 storage fees, which are quite reasonable.

It looks like Rackspace offers similar options with their Cloud Servers and Cloud Files products.

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