The servers that Amazon’s forest server company uses to host its servers for customers like Amazon Web Services, Amazon Web App and Amazon Web Load manage a lot of data, but the company has been under pressure to sell them for pennies on the dollar over the years.
Now, the company is selling off its servers to a company called DigitalOcean, which also has been selling servers for Amazon for years.
This means Amazon will be able to get rid of a lot more of its data centers, which it says is a win-win for customers.
DigitalOcean is selling its Amazon forest server hardware, but it will also be able sell off its services and software to a new company called Dyson.
Amazon is not selling the Amazon forest servers to anyone yet, but that could change.
The company has a new cloud service called Elastic Load balancing, which is part of its AWS cloud service.
Elastic Load balancers are an approach to balancing workloads by letting companies split workloads between multiple servers.
Amazon is using its own AWS servers, but DigitalOcean’s Elastic Load Balancers use Amazon’s own EC2 instances.
That means Amazon could sell off some of its own servers for DigitalOcean.
This isn’t the first time DigitalOcean has sold off servers.
The startup previously sold off some servers to Rackspace for a couple hundred dollars a server.
Digital Ocean has also done this with its cloud service and its cloud platform, as well.
In the end, Amazon has been able to save some servers, because it can now use DigitalOcean as a reseller for AWS services.
Digital Cloud is also selling off some Amazon EC2 compute servers.
It’s not clear whether DigitalOcean will sell off the servers it currently owns.
If it does, it will be selling them off at the lower price than the other two servers DigitalOcean sold to Rackpace, and it will likely offer discounts to customers.
The prices might be lower for customers with more compute resources, but customers who are buying more compute servers should be able get discounts.
The price may not be as high as it was when DigitalOcean was selling Amazon’s servers for a few dollars a ton.