Amazon web service aws microsoft azure and google

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Amazon Web Service (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) are all great options from reputable companies. Amazon Web Service was created in 2006 to offer organizations IT infrastructure services in the form of web services, otherwise known as cloud computing. It provides the benefit to replace up-front capital infrastructure expenses with low costs that are scalable to businesses needs and growth (Amazon Web Service, n.d.). AWS provides a reliable and scalable platform within the cloud that powers a plethora of businesses from 190 countries around the world. It offers a low, pay-as-you-go pricing option without any long term commitment. The platform offers a language and operating system that is agnostic which allows users to choose the platform that is best for their organization (Amazon Web Service, n.d.). AWS is secure and durable containing industry recognized certifications and audits and provide multiple layers of operational and physical security. AWS supports both Linux and Windows operating systems, Block Storage which can be attached to an instance or separated, the ability to upload customized files, NoSQL support, and five layer security protection. Microsoft Azure is an expanding cloud service with the freedom to build, manage, and deploy applications on a global network. It offers over 70 compliance offerings within 54 regions around the world(Microsoft Azure, n.d.). Microsoft Azure was launched in 2010 and is the Upon completion of this assignment, export your file as a PDF and upload to the LEO/Assignments folder.
Week 2- Cloud Computing Hilary Dozier second largest cloud provider. It can be integrated with Microsoft tools and software and supports private, public, and hybrid cloud computing. They, like AWS, support NoSQL. Microsoft Azure does not provide Hyper-V snapshot support, does not allow for the uploading of custom images, and does not allow for integrated backups (Microsoft Azure, n.d.). Google Cloud Platform is the most recently created cloud computing platform which was created in 2011. It currently services 15 data centers around the world and was created to provide solutions for Google Search and YouTube. GCP is an open source platform, offering a plethora of discounts with flexible pricing (Google Cloud, n.d.). When signing up for the Google Cloud Platform, there is no initial cost and users can choose to pay as you go without any termination fees. GCP also provides top security features and live migration of Virtual Machines. Unfortunately, Google Cloud Platform is fairly young and can have a few troubles because they’re immature. The server coverage outside the United States is not great and they have a strictly limited cloud messaging to 4069 bytes (Google Cloud, n.d.). Even though Amazon Web Services can get a bit pricey as things add up, it would be the one that I would choose. The features that they offer are extensive, reliable, and scalable to organizations’ needs. They provide step-by-step guides to present users with options to get them through any feature that they offer. One of the best features offered within AWS is the security

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