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DOes Amazon offer a free trial or limited use of their offering

If so would that include Linux, or just Windows

Is there a link where I can sign up?

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Amazons Cloud offering is called AWS - Amazon Web Services.

http://aws.amazon.com/

They offer a trial version.
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Specifically, the details of the free package are here
http://aws.amazon.com/free/

You get a free year of a linux server, a windows server, a database server, storage and a lot more goodies.
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This is not a trial version, it is a free offering for developers to evaluate. If your usage becomes greater than the free tier, you will be billed according to usage, and get a rebate on the free package value.
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