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AWS Vs Google cloud (Which is better?)

The mega digital stars like Amazon and Google are always neck to neck. This article will tell you about both the platform’s cloud service and features. So let us dig deeper and learn more about AWS Vs Google cloud. But first we will see what do you mean by AWS. It is important to know how to choose your Cloud based hosting. As it also allows you to use the resources of multiple servers in a network.

What does AWS (Amazon web service) mean?

Cloud computing is the on-demand delivery of IT resources over the Internet with pay-as-you-go pricing. Instead of buying, owning, and maintaining physical data centers and servers, you can access technology services, such as computing power, storage, and databases, on an as-needed basis from a cloud provider like Amazon Web Services (AWS). [source: Amazon]

They offer a collection of cloud services that build up a fully fledged platform. It’s also known as a powerhouse of.

  • Storage
  • Databases
  • Analytics
  • Networking.
  • AWS also offer Flexible
  • Reliable
  • Scalable
  • Easy-to-use
  • Cost-effective cloud solutions.
Features of AWS are:
  • The cost of ownership is low compared to any private or dedicated servers.
  • It offers centralized billing and management
  • Also offers hybrid capabilities
  • Allows you to deploy the application in multiple regions around the world with just a few clicks.
Reasons to choose AWS as your cloud platform
  • Location
  • Automated Multi-Region Backups
  • Streamlined Disaster Recovery
  • Consistency & Reliability
  • Flexibility & Scalability
  • Simple Automated Scheduling
  • Pay-As-You-Go Pricing
  • Customization
  • Security
  • Third Party APIs
Disadvantages of AWS
  • The deployment process is hard and is also very lengthy
  • It also has unreliable deployment with no error description.
  • It’s not the best option for start-ups that are not tech-oriented.
  • Need to deploy the application yourself using recipes or doing it manually.
  • In it, launching multiple app instances is a hard process.
What does Google Cloud mean?

Google launched its google cloud platform in the year 2011. It is a cloud computing service which helps business and has the same internal infrastructure like its different apps. Example, google search, google play, google maps, etc. The cloud platform provides help for the business to grow and thrive. It also helps us to take advantage of Google’s framework. We provide them with services that are.

  • intelligent
  • secure
  • highly flexible.
Features of Google Cloud are
  • It also includes more language & OS.
  • A better UI helps you to enhance end user experience.
  • It offers an on-demand self-service
  • Has broad network access
  • It also provides resource pooling and Rapid elasticity,
Reasons to choose Google Cloud as your cloud platform
  • Flexibility
  • Powerful tools
  • Simplified pricing
Advantages of Google Cloud
  • Reliability
  • Redundant Backups
  • Private Network
  • Enhanced Execution
  • It also has control and security
  • It provides flexibility to the end users
  • Better Pricing Plans Available
  • Commitment to Constant progress
  • less data stored on unsafe devices
  • Employees can also work from anywhere.
  • Higher Up-time
  • Furthermore, it allows quick collaboration.
  • It also causes less disturbance when end users adopt new functionalities.
Disadvantages of Google Cloud
  • There are also many small components.
  • It is difficult to start
  • Out of Free Tier, everything else costs.
  • It also lacks some features compared to AWS.
Conclusion:

Now we have discussed both the platforms with their benefits. Both the platforms are  striving to be good on their part. It is important for you to choose a cloud service provider according to your needs and area of benefits.

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