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    Google Vs AWS

    Hello, in your view, do the major aspects separate one from the other when comparing the two? Thank you very much.

    #2
    It depends on your use case, budget, and needs, among other factors. Are you doing a comparison between EC2 and Google Compute Engine?

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      #3
      When comparing genuine cloud services, you can't only compare compute.
      In terms of comparison, it all depends on what you're doing. You can also conduct hybrid hosting in both Google and AWS utilizing VMWare, which connects to the larger cloud providers.
      In terms of big differences, AWS would win simply because it has greater capacity than Azure and Google, so you won't have to worry about error messages informing you that you can't launch instances when you need to grow. There are also more services and fresher services being introduced on this platform than on other platforms. Google has some substantial K8s support as well as data science technology that is both excellent and simple to use (web UI wise). Though AWS offers comparable technology, it is more user-friendly for developers and engineers. In any case, both platforms are fantastic and may fit your requirements if you construct your business properly.

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        #4
        Even though Google Cloud Platform exceeds AWS in terms of affordability and flexibility, AWS outperforms Google Cloud Platform in terms of global reach, with far more data centers accessible across the globe. Furthermore, Amazon Web Services (AWS) is outpacing Google in terms of new data center construction.

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          #5
          It depends on the requirements; I'd never recommend either; I'd rather group a few dedicated servers.
          All cloud services may be beneficial in some situations, but we've seen a lot of them start low-cost or give large credits to attract businesses, and after a period, although some of those businesses thrive, others use up a lot more resources than dedicated servers or colocation. However, this, too, is dependent on the intended use.

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            #6
            AWS cloud is what I would recommend. AWS Cloud is one of the greatest options on the market, in my opinion

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              #7
              It all depends on what service/s you are planning to utilize. Although Google Cloud is less expensive than AWS, utilizing AWS services saves time. In comparison to Google Cloud, AWS Cloud also has a lot of support. Both platforms are fine to go for any cloud service, and we use them for various projects.

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                #8
                AWS, in my perspective, maybe highly confusing to novice customers, particularly when compared to traditional providers such as Hetzner or Vultr.
                Lightsail is OK, but if you're not familiar with EC2, you'll need to spend some time learning the fundamentals.
                This is something to think about if you're just starting your provider hunt!

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                  #9
                  Yes, I agreed with Matthew Robyn Jones opinion of AWS

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