The top three cloud providers are AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud, each with their own strengths and weaknesses that make them ideal for each use. Let’s make a comparison between them with Cloud Space in this article.

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AWS vs Azure vs GCP in comparison. Who is going to win?

The brief

The competition for a leader in public cloud computing is a fierce 3D race: AWS versus AZURE, versus GOOGLE. Obviously, for laaS services and PaaS services, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) hold high positions among many cloud providers.

Amazon is particularly dominant. In a 2018 report, Synergy Research Group noted that spending on cloud infrastructure services increased an astonishing 51% compared to the previous quarter, noting: “AWS market share worldwide has held steady at about 33% for twelve quarters, even as the market has almost tripled in size.”

Meanwhile, Microsoft is particularly strong on SaaS, while Google Cloud, which changed leaders in 2018, is positioned for strong growth – and is known for discounts.

The comparison

Here’s a comparison of the cloud between AWS versus Azure versus Google:

cloud technology comparison
AWS vs. Azure vs. Google comparison: Overview of pros and cons Many experts recommend that businesses evaluate their public cloud computing needs on a case-by-case perspective, tailored to applications and workloads with providers that best suit their needs.

We made a table of strengths and weaknesses on both the competitors

Aws• Dominant market position
• Widespread, complete supply
• Support for large organizations
• Extensive training
• Global scope
• Difficulty in use
• Cost management
• Outstanding options
Microsoft Azure• Second largest provider
• Integration with Microsoft
tools and software
• Wide feature set
• Hybrid cloud
• Open source support
• Problems with documentation
• Inadequate management tools
Google• Designed for cloud-based businesses
• Open source and mobility commitment
• Deep discounts and flexible contracts
• DevOps expertise
• Arriving late to the IaaS market
• Fewer features and services
• Historically not focused on business
AWS vs Microsoft Azure vs Google Cloud Platform in Strengths and Weaknesses

Comparison in Computing Services

AWS Computing:

Microsoft Cloud Computing:

Google Computing:

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Comparison in Storage and Database Services

AWS Storage:

Azure Storage:

Google Archive:

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Comparison in Cloud Tool supported

AWS vs. Azure, with Google: The main cloud tool Looking ahead, experts say emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning (Machine learning is a child field of Artificial Intelligence that uses algorithms that allow computers to learn from data to perform jobs instead of being explicitly programmed.), internet of things (loT) and serverless computing (not servers that you do a program, you just need to write code, and without much concern about the server, that part for cloud providers to manage) will become the main difference of cloud providers.

All three leading providers have begun testing services in these areas and are likely to expand their services in the coming year. AWS main tools:

Azure’s main tools:

Google’s main tools:

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Comparison in Pricing

When making a comparison the three “big men” in the cloud, prices are sometimes the most difficult. However, some generalizations can be performed.

Tip: Organizations that rely on their cloud provider’s decisions primarily based on price will need to analyze each project on a case-by-case basis to get the best deal. And because providers offer regular discounts, they may need to review those calculations regularly.

AWS vs. Azure, with Google: Which one works best for you?

As noted at the top of this comparison article, the best public cloud provider for you will depend on your needs and workloads.
In fact, the best provider for some projects may not be the best provider for your other projects. Many experts believe that the majority of businesses will invest heavily in the hybrid cloud. Indeed, pursuing a multi-cloud strategy can help ease provider locking or match workloads to the best available service.

The bottom line of this comparison article:

These types of companies will inevitably be attracted to certain cloud providers. So again, if your company runs Windows and more Microsoft software, you’ll probably want to investigate Azure.

If you’re a small, web-based startup looking to expand quickly, you might want to get a good view of Google Cloud Platform. And if you’re looking for a provider with the widest service portfolio and worldwide reach, AWS may be right for you.

All of the services from both competitors are shown below, we added link for you so that you can access directly to make your own comparison:

 Amazon Web ServicesMicrosoft AzureGoogle Cloud Platform
RegionsGlobal InfrastructureRegionsRegions and Zones
PricingCloud Services PricingPricingPricing
Basic ComputeEC2Virtual MachinesCompute Engine
Container Instances
Kubernetes Engine
ServerlessLambdaFunctionsCloud Functions
App HostingElastic BeanstalkApp Service
Service Fabric
Cloud Services
App Engine
Batch ProcessingBatchBatchN/A
Object StorageS3Blob StorageCloud Storage
Block StorageEBSN/APersistent Disk
File StorageEFSFile StorageN/A
Hybrid StorageStorage GatewayStorSimpleN/A
Offline Data TransferSnowball
Snowball Edge
N/ATransfer Appliance
Relational/SQL DatabaseRDS
SQL Database
Database for MySQL
Database for PostgreSQL
Cloud SQL
Cloud Spanner
NoSQL DatabaseDynamoDBCosmos DB
Table Storage
Cloud Bigtable
Cloud Datastore
In-Memory DatabaseElasticacheRedis CacheN/A
Disaster RecoveryN/ASite RecoveryN/A
Machine LearningSageMaker
Apache MXNet on AWS
TensorFlow on AWS
Machine LearningCloud Machine Learning Engine
Cognitive ServicesComprehend
Cognitive ServicesCloud Natural Language
Cloud Speech API
Cloud Translation API
Cloud Video Intelligence
IoTIoT CoreIoT Hub
IoT Edge
Cloud IoT Core
NetworkingDirect ConnectVirtual NetworkCloud Interconnect
Network Service Tiers
Content DeliveryCloudFrontCDNCloud CDN
Big Data AnalyticsAthena
Stream Analytics
Data Lake Analytics
Analysis Services
Cloud Dataflow
Cloud Dataproc
Authentication and Access ManagementIAM
Directory Service
Single Sign-On
Active Directory
Multi-Factor Authentication
Cloud IAM
Cloud IAP
Security CenterCloud DLP
Cloud Security Scanner
Application Lifecycle ManagementCodeStar
Visual Studio Team Services
Visual Studio App Center
Cloud MonitoringCloudWatch
Log Analytics
Cloud ManagementSystems Manager
Management Console
Cost Management
AR & VRSumerianN/AN/A
Virtual Private CloudVPCN/AVirtual Private Cloud
TrainingTraining and CertificationTrainingTraining Programs
3rd Party Software and ServicesMarketplaceMarketplaceCloud Launcher
Partner Directory
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