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Jan. 14, 2022, 8:08 p.m. | /u/MOBLZ

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Looking for some AWS advice. We use AWS a lot already, but not sure the best way to approach this issue. New website build that will have approx 12,000,000 photos (figure most jpeg @ 2.5MB). That would calculate to around 30TB. For Responsive speed, I need a thumbnail or lower res version of the image served since 95% of the image will view as thumbnail but we want the 5% to get the high res. Just like any Amazon product. They give smaller copies on page load and you zoom …

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