Which Cloud Service should my business invest in?
- Published: 25 June 2020
The Cloud is simply a metaphor for the internet – it provides on-demand availability of one’s computer system and resources including but not limited to files, folders, applications, and communications.
Questions to consider
- How are you generating seamless access, communication, and storage within your business?
- With various Cloud Services to choose from, which one should my company invest in?
- What is the difference between the major Cloud Service companies?
In this blog we have provided a comparative analysis between Azure and AWS Cloud Services.
Comparative Analysis between Azure and AWS Cloud Services
- Launched in 2010.
- Considered one of the largest commercial cloud service providers.
- Compute: Uses virtual machines to scale.
- Storage: Easily and effectively able to store large amounts of storage.
- Networking: Using a VPN gateway for cross premise connectivity.
- Database: Major databases include MySQL and PostgreSQL.
- Open Source Developers: Provides enterprises with the opportunity to use active directory accounts to sign on and run .Net Frameworks on Windows, Linux, and MacOS.
- Launched in 2006.
- Compute: Using EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud) as a primary solution.
- Storage: Using S3 (simple storage) offering storage by Glacier data archive and S3 Infrequent access (IA).
- Networking: Interconnect with different partners and providers.
- Databases: Using a relational database as a service including RDS, Dynamo DB and Elastic Cache.
- Open Source Developers: Welcoming Linux and offering several integrations.
AWS offers business’ the opportunity to securely develop, implement, manage, and monitor their cloud services using real-time solutions.
Contact us to discuss a Cloud Service Solution suited to your business requirements today.