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Switching costs 

A Former Executive at AWS for 10 years who was leading the EC2 and S3 rollout explores the risk of containers and the difficulties for customers to port workloads across cloud providers. It’s possible to shift containers in EKS, AWS’ Managed Kubernetes Services, to GCP or Azure, but it requires a significant amount of configuration:

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