I would have the following requirements for any provider you choose:

1. Having kvm enabled (for the purpose of running qemu tests in the cloud
with good performance)
2. NFS server as a service from the cloud provider (so you don't have to
set it up and maintain it yourself)
3. Ability to share directories to the public over http (for the purpose of
providing sstate cache to developers' local machines).


On Tue, 12 Nov 2019 at 00:55, John McGehee <john.mcge...@mediatek.com>

> ‚ÄčI am looking at building on a public cloud provider like AWS, Google or
> Azure. Is there any cloud provider that is better than the others for Yocto
> build and CI?
> Is there anything else that I should use to get the most our of
> cloud-based builds?
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