In this blog, we are showing a comparison of the current ongoing popular cloud service providers (AWS, Azure, and GCP). We will compare business cases quickly adopting Cloud; they are migrating on-premise data centers on the cloud.
All cloud service provider offers Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) where customers can host and manage their core application and infrastructure with hardware, storage, backups, and other features and customer will pay for the infrastructure they used only.
Currently, the cloud market dominated by AWS since day one, AWS came into this market in 2006.

AWS -33%
Azure -16%
Google – 8%
Alibaba – 5%

There are multiple key differentiating factors that separate the approaches of the three cloud vendors, which can support end-users, consider which is right for them.

The key strength for the market leader continues to be the breadth and depth of its services, with more than 175 across compute, storage, database, analytics, networking, mobile, developer tools, management tools, IoT, security, and enterprise applications, at last count.


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AWS use cases:
• Backup & Storage
• Big Data
• Enterprise IT
• Gaming
• Web, Mobile & Social Apps
• Websites

The top ten AWS users are:
• Netflix: $19M
• Twitch: $15M
• LinkedIn: $13M
• Facebook: $11M
• Turner Broadcasting: $10M
• BBC: $9M
• Baidu: $9M
• ESPN: $8M
• Adobe: $8M
• Twitter: $7M

Microsoft on the other hand tends to be a popular choice with C-level executives; Microsoft offers a combination of Azure, Office 365, and Teams. “Microsoft is often seen as the safe global bet but most clients have more than one cloud vendor. Azure also offers industry-specific solutions to help businesses innovate, make data-driven decisions, and increase efficiency:
• Manufacturing
• Financial services
• Gaming
• Government
• Health and life sciences
• Energy
• Retail

Here are some of the biggest spenders on Azure:
• Verizon: $79.9M
• MSI Computer: $78M
• LG Electronics: $76.7M
• CenturyLink: $61.9M
• NTT America: $48.7M
• Wikimedia Foundation: $42.6M
• LinkedIn Corp: $41.2M
• News Corp: $40.5M
• Adobe: $39.9M
• Intel: $38.5M

GCP has made hosting infrastructure elastic. But what does all this mean for the end-user? To start – cost savings, scalability, security and service upgrades, and disaster recoveries, and built-in services to auto-scale applications, equally.
The top ten GCP users are:
• Verizon: $79.9M
• Twitch Interactive: $63.8M
• CenturyLink: $61.8M
• LinkedIn Corp: $41.1M
• NewsCorp: $40.9M
• SAP: $40.1M
• Facebook, Inc: $ 39.4M
• Intel: $39.2M
• Yahoo: $46.6M
• Marriott International: $35.9M


Pricing of a Windows VM instance-

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AWS281 TB221 USD
Azure281 TB204 USD
GCP281 TB198 USD

Note– This pricing based on availability zone, if customer changes the availability zone.

All Cloud service providers are offering multiple similar services. They also offer hybrid infrastructure. It has been a growing focus on helping to serve customer’s hybrid and multi-cloud needs.

In the next blog, we will explain points that will be really helpful for businesses to get the right choice before boarding on any cloud provider. So, continue reading