AWS (US) is a business unit of Amazon.com that provides a diverse range of cloud computing services, making it easier for customers to receive tailored services as per their business requirements. AWS cloud product offerings include networking and content delivery, compute, and storage. It offers highly reliable, scalable, and low-cost IT infrastructure services on cloud, as well as other products, such as database, deployment, management, application services, and analytics. The company has developed a broad set of infrastructure service capabilities across compute, storage, networking, and content delivery. These products enable efficient cloud infrastructure management on AWS. The growing demand for automation and rising adoption of public cloud, especially among SMEs, have further fueled the increasing demand for AWS cloud products, which offer robust features & functionalities to customers.
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Microsoft (US) offers major cloud solutions, including SaaS (Microsoft Dynamics Online [Enterprise Resource Planning (ERM) + CRM] and O365 Online), and IaaS and PaaS (Microsoft Azure [compute, integration, and networking]). Microsoft Azure enables businesses to build, manage, and deploy applications on global networks easily and quickly. The company’s hybrid cloud offerings are adopted by customers across the globe. It focuses on offering tailored cloud services to customers through partnerships. The company also invests a substantial part of its annual revenue in R&D to enhance and upgrade its products & services in the cloud computing market.
Google (US) is an established player and a globally recognized vendor of software, hardware, and related services to leading enterprises across the globe. The major portion of Google’s revenue is generated from AdWords, an advertising service for enterprises. Google offers diversified services, such as Google Search Engine, Google Cloud Platform (GCP), Google Crisis Response, Google Fiber, and Google Public Domain Name System (DNS). These cloud services are available as global technology services. The company offers cloud computing services with the help of GCP, which involves core products such as Google Compute Engine, Google Cloud Storage, Google App Engine, and Google Container Engine. Google is focused on increasing its revenue from non-advertising businesses and products, such as Google Play, Google Cloud and other applications, and virtual reality.
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