As more organizations move to the cloud, feature-by-feature comparisons among all cloud providers are becoming important to clarify which platform will ultimately be the most appropriate. We understand that it can be a challenge to find the broad product portfolio of each provider, so we have gathered the most common elements (eg compute, storage, rebate, database, security and network services) across you AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud to support comparable services.
Just because containers are the newest toy in the cloud industry, it does not mean they are easy to understand – let alone adapt.
Amazon’s Simple Storage Service (S3) is the world’s most popular cloud storage solution due to its durability, availability, and scalability. AWS offer 5 different types of storages.
Empowering your infrastructure is one of the most effective ways to reduce your cloud spend. With Azure, you can not only empower your infrastructure-like service, but you can also save significant money by empowering your Azure platform-as-a-service.
Cloud provides many benefits in terms of flexibility, scalability, and agility, but cloud environments can pose significant risks that were not present in on-premises deployments of applications and systems.
It is difficult to compare costs between AWS, Azure and GCP. Each provider updates its pricing model several times a year in response to both market trends and business strategy, and to ensure that they remain competitive with each other.
Comparing cloud services is challenging in the ever-evolving cloud industry. We have differentiated cloud services among Amazon Web Service (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) to help you throughout your multi-cloud exploration.