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Top 4 Cloud Service Providers

October 23, 2014

 

Cloud computing is coming up fast these days, and uptake is high enough, with no signs of going down. One of the main reasons why this is so, especially among SMBs, is that it is more affordable than storing data physically, which would include the cost of maintaining dedicated facilities.

Almost all online businesses now require being scalable and adaptable, and the most viable way to this is cloud computing. Here are some of the top cloud computing companies in the field.

 

Amazon Web Services (AWS)

The cloud computing service from Amazon almost grabs the top niche right now. The two most popular forms of online computing are Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Amazon is a prominent player in both. AWS recently announced their impending move to China, where they will be working to bring cloud computing farther upwards.

 

Google Compute Engine (GCE)

This is probably the biggest competition that AWS has faced in this field, although, there is the matter of GCE not supporting Windows yet. However, it still has very much the munitions needed to shake AWS, which it resembles it in some ways. The essential similarity is that their setup on the cloud is intended to support their own services. GCE is one of the top cloud computing companies right now, and there are some spheres where it outstrips Amazon’s service.

 

CloudBees

CloudBees is relatively new in the sector, with most of their stuff using Java PaaS and continuous delivery. Not many of the other top cloud computing companies are into Java, Grails, and JRails though. Aside from PaaS, you can also avail integration services from CloudBees, which mostly uses Jenkins plugins. They also collaborate with other concerns, such as with New Relic for monitoring and PaperTrail for log sequencing.

 

Rackspace

This is another growing company in cloud computing, mainly dealing with IaaS and PaaS services. They have played a heavy role in the development of OpenStack, the famous open source cloud software. Rackspace has been offering cloud services based on the OpenStack platform since 2012, and this has proved to be a setting that other top cloud computing companies can also venture into the field.

 

These are some of the foremost companies in cloud computing currently. For more related info, search other posts on this site.

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