If you stick with Kubernetes primitives it's actually fairly easy to migrate off to either your own or a competitor (Google or Microsoft at the moment, though many others are testing platforms).It's also interesting that they're trying to get cities to utilize their Cloud services- which I'd imagine would difficult to migrate of off.
What's a Toronto?....to answer your question.It is funny how American media completely ignores Toronto in all those articles.
I'm uncertain if they just can't conceive that we are in this or that Toronto is a bigger city than many of the other bids, or that we should be more doubtful about Toronto's chances.
Arts, culture and other quality of life issues were top of mind for Amazon.com Inc. officials in discussing Toronto as a possible location for its second headquarters with the city’s mayor.
Housing affordability, immigration and transit were also hot topics in the talks earlier this year, Mayor John Tory said.
http://www.chicagotribune.com/business/ct-biz-toronto-amazon-hq2-visit-20181012-story.htmlChoosing Toronto would provide a hedge against increasingly restrictive U.S. immigration policies, a big concern of tech companies since the election of Donald Trump as president; investing that much investment outside the country could also raise his ire.
The mayor said Amazon was "inscrutable" in terms of disclosing whether Toronto was a serious contender or even when it was going to decide. "They sort of call and make the odd inquiry that's checking on a fact or something, but they haven't been giving a daily update as far as I know."