Amazon, Microsoft and Google dominate the public cloud landscape providing the safest, flexible and reliable cloud services. Their respective cloud platforms, AWS, Azure and GCP offer clients a range of storage, computing and networking options.
Some of the features common among the three platforms include instant provisioning, self-service, autoscaling, identity management, security and compliance, among others.
At present, AWS can be considered to be much bigger than both Azure and GCP in terms of functionality and maturity.
However, the other two are also progressing at a faster rate to prove their market dominance.
|Google Cloud Functions
|ZFS and Avere
|Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)
|Azure Virtual Network (VNET)
|Cloud Virtual Network
|AWS Security Hub
|Azure Security Center
|Cloud Security Command Center
|77 availability zones within 24 geographic regions
|Presence in 60+ regions across the world
|Presence in 24 regions and 73 zones. Available in 200+ countries and territories
|Best in class
|Amazon Route 53
|Azure Traffic Manager
|Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS)
|Azure Notification Hub
|Elastic Load Balancing
|Load Balancing for Azure
|Cloud Load Balancing
|Compute Engine Management
|Azure Trust Center
|Google Cloud Platform Security
The differences between the three major cloud services can be seen by evaluating them using different parameters such as compute, storage, databases, locations and documentation.
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