If you have made the jump to the cloud, you are probably familiar with three of the largest cloud vendors: Google Cloud Services, Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services (AWS). These cloud vendors occupy a majority in the cloud computing space, so you’ll likely find yourself dealing with one or the other at some point. On a large scale, these three major cloud vendors offer similar services, but they call them by different names. This table can help you decipher the services offered by these three major cloud vendors.
|Google Cloud Services||Microsoft Azure||Amazon Web Services (AWS)||What It Does|
|Google Compute Engine||Azure Virtual Machines||Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)||Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)|
|Google App Engine||Azure Cloud Services||AWS Elastic Beanstalk||Platform as a Service (PaaS)|
|Google Cloud SQL||Azure SQL Database||Amazon Relational Database Service||Database as a Service (DaaS)|
|Google Cloud Bigtable||Azure Table Storage||Amazon Dynamo DB||Scalable SQL database services|
|Google BigQuery||Azure SQL Database||Amazon Redshift||Relational Databases|
|Google Cloud Functions||Azure Functions||AWS Lambda||Serverless Applications|
|Google Cloud Datastore||Azure Cosmos DB||Amazon Simple DB||Highly Scalable NoSQL Database Services|
|Google Storage||Azure Storage||Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)||For storage of object, blocks and files and for cool and cold storage of data|
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