01 Apr 2014

What the AWS price cuts mean to Startups, Mid-Size and Enterprise Companies

by Flux7 Labs / April 01, 2014 / Amazon EC2, S3 0

Amazon is the undoubted leader in the public cloud space today. They offer more features than any other provider today have reached a level maturity that is making them the top choice for Enterprise and the government. Their competitors are looking for ways to differentiate from them. IBM for example is touting their Enterprise experience. Rackspace is using their customer intimacy. Microsoft is using their muscle giving away tens of thousands in free credits for trying Azure. And then we have Google, who are using their performance, usability, and lastly price. Google Computer engine is a great bang for the money. Google has some very interesting features that people had desired Amazon to add for a while, and higher network performance too. At a lower price, Google does become a very compelling option. Undoubtedly, we are not the only ones who find Google a viable alternative -- so does Amazon Web Services themselves. They showed this by responding to Google’s price cuts at the AWS Summit last Wednesday.

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