Amazon Web Services has again moved to appeal to customers that are looking to develop on-premises.
The cloud company revealed its Linux Container Image that is designed to help those that are looking to move into its cloud to test workloads and software on-premises.
Public cloud has traditionally been held up as the ideal environment for test and dev, mainly due to the cost benefits, but AWS is offering its Linux product so that users can do more development on-premises.
The Amazon Linux AMI is described as being able to provide a stable, secure, high performance execution environment for applications running on EC2.
While these moves are not a sign that public cloud is weakening, they are a sign that AWS has accepted that customers want more than just the public cloud option.
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