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My company considers to move the website/sql database to cloud.
Amazon, Rackspace, and etc are our choices. My question is

In our current setting, we have drive c, d (for website), g (for sql data) in our server.
In my research, most cloud provider only provide 1 drive (c) and offer additional storage like 1 gb per 0.15. In my mind, I am thinking put all of the webpage/sql server/data in the additional storage .

is it a common way to do? or we can put all of the stuffs in a big c drive?

Or if you have better idea. please let me know.
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One of our prod is in Colud with Terremark. They could give you as many disk as you want. You could have as many drives as you want to separate DATA, Log, temp, etc.,

The best recommended method is split the DATA,Log, and Temp files into different drives. If you have 4 CPU you should have 4 different files (1 for each CPU).

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