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July 20, 2021 - by Synoptek
Cloud adoption is no longer just a fad or a competitive differentiator; it is a catalyst and driver for successful, long-term transformation. Although a lot of organizations have been apprehensive about data security of and in the cloud, the big three cloud vendors AWS, Azure, and Google have successfully thwarted early concerns. With all of these platforms, businesses can drive greater efficiencies, improve business agility, and also innovate faster – with organizations even in the most heavily regulated industries not worrying about data security or compliance.
Although each of these public cloud vendors offers a host of new-age services and capabilities, when it comes to choosing one over the other, the decision is not easy. So, who’s winning the battle in the XaaS enterprise market? And which cloud vendor is best for your business? Read on to find out!
The public cloud market has been dominated by AWS from day one; even today, it is the market leader, offering reliable, scalable, and cost-effective computing services. Established in 2006, Amazon’s services such as EC2, Lambada, and S3 make it an extremely sought-after platform for developers, data scientists, and solution architects.
Launched in 2010, Microsoft Azure provides organizations with intelligent, cloud-native innovations, allowing them to build what they want, where they want it. They can create secure, future-ready cloud solutions using the numerous on-premises, hybrid, multi-cloud, and edge options while leveraging cutting-edge capabilities across AI, machine learning, containers, and IoT.
Google Cloud offers several modern cloud capabilities, allowing businesses to build apps faster, make smarter decisions, and enable collaboration across their enterprise while accelerating their transformation. Since its launch in 2011, this public cloud platform is a popular choice for organizations across telecommunications, media, retail, and software companies.
As cloud becomes a core driver for transformation and success, it is no longer a question of whether to opt for cloud, but which platform to choose. Although the market is mushrooming with hundreds of vendors, here’s comparing the top three providers:
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Choosing the right public cloud platform for your business can be a Herculean task. But here are some tips:
Remember, no cloud is better than the other: the decision you make depends on which cloud platform best fits the unique needs of your organization.
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