I was recently on the phone with some guys from vpc (video processing), and they mentioned the endpoint pricing feature. It was great to hear that there’s a way to give clients the option to use a different end-point for each video project, and that the pricing would be different for each. It’s a great feature and I think it has a lot of potential, but I’m not sure it’s fully realized.
The pricing is in the code (vpc endpoint) section of the portal, so the guys at vpc know the code, and hence the pricing will be different in each case.
The problem with pricing ends up being whether the end client is willing to pay more for the right to use a certain video processing server. The price would be different for each of those clients and each of those video processing servers, so the end customer would have to pay the difference between what they could get for the same quality and the price difference. That would be a pretty tough sell and I think would be very risky for the website.
I don’t think that’s the case. It would be a pretty risky sell for the website in our opinion. The more risk that you take the more you can lose. The website is still looking for the best price to maximize their profit, so they would only get more risk if they could find a cheaper alternative to using the server.
As you can see, vpc endpoint pricing is an interesting topic, but also one that can be confusing for some. The vpc endpoint pricing system is a standard in the industry that provides an online pricing system for web hosting. The idea is that a site would be able to price their services, such as hosting, at a level below what it costs to actually provide the service.
As you can imagine, the cost to host the site would be higher than the cost to actually provide the services. This is usually why sites don’t offer such a pricing system.
The vpc endpoint pricing system is an example of how a service can be priced in a way that is far below the actual cost. It is not always clear that a site being hosted at a vpc endpoint is actually costing anything at all, but that is what the site owner wants. It is very ambiguous as to whether a site actually costs anything or not.
This is a good example of how a site can be priced so low because the owner of the site is not clear what the actual cost is.
The main problem with this is that it is extremely difficult to know what a site really costs. No one can know the actual costs of a service unless they actually buy the service. If a site owner is unwilling or unable to actually provide information on the site’s actual costs, it has to be assumed that the site costs nothing. So, while a site may cost zero dollars, all it really costs is the time to host it.
A lot of people like to have a site that is priced well, because it’s not worth the money. The problem is that it’s so hard to figure out exactly how much a site costs.