Google Cloud Vs Aws: Cloud Service Comparison

AWS is always brought up when discussing the finest cloud computing platform because it was the first of its kind. And Google already has everyone's attention thanks to its innovative products. Therefore, when Google's Cloud Platform is in the news, people automatically think it will be just as good as Google's other products. Because of this, it is crucial to contrast these two key cloud platforms. How then do you make your decision? How do you put an end to the major AWS vs. Google Cloud argument? You can find the answers to all of these questions on this blog, I suppose.

This blog post on AWS vs. Google Cloud emphasizes and describes the key differences between the two services.

Pricing comparison between Google Cloud and AWS
Now When it comes to service costs, Google Cloud Platform is the undisputed champion. A 2CPU 8GB RAM instance for GCP costs $50 per month, compared to $69 for an AWS instance, as shown in the graphic below. On the same instance that was chosen, you save 25%.


Additionally, you can save more money because Google Cloud Platform charges on a per-second basis, whereas AWS charges on an hourly basis. Additionally, Google provides additional reductions for long-term use and does not charge any upfront fees. Through our blog post on GCP Pricing, you can read in-depth information about the pricing variables and discounts.

Comparison of Machine Types
A few aspects need to be taken into account when comparing machine types between Google Cloud and AWS:

First, if we discuss the extent of instance customization, GCP comes out on top since it offers a broad range of customization for any Instance, whereas AWS only offers a small selection of customization options.
In terms of the largest instance size, AWS offers one with 128 CPUs and 2TB of RAM, while GCP offers an instance with 96 CPUs and 1.4TB of RAM.

The largest machine type in GCP vs. AWS

Zones and Regions Comparison
AWS: There are 18 total regions, each with more than three zones.

Market shares and growth rates for Google Cloud vs. AWS
AWS is in the lead when it comes to market shares, accounting for more than 30% of the public cloud industry. Although Google Cloud is rapidly approaching a 100 percent growth rate, it is still trailing AWS in terms of market share. The market share and growth rate of the leading cloud providers are shown in the following graph.

Market shares of Google Cloud vs. AWS
CNBC said that by 2018, Google Cloud has reached a revenue threshold of $1 billion per quarter, albeit trailing AWS by $5.5 billion. It's unknown whether GCP is catching up to AWS in terms of market share in 2019, but it's apparent that it's not far behind in the race because Google CEO Sundar Pichai has withheld the revenue disclosure for the year 2019.

AWS is currently ahead in terms of market share, while Google Cloud is without a doubt ahead in terms of growth pace.

Moving on from this Google Cloud vs. AWS blog, let's now take a closer look at the two cloud industry giants' top clients.

Comparing Big Data Analytics
Both companies supply comparable building blocks such

Processing of Data
Orchestration of Data
Visualizations for Data Analytics and Machine Learning
Analytics in Real-Time

Given that Google offers a wide variety of Services, it appears that Google has an advantage over AWS. In this, DataProc and Dataflow are crucial. One of the most popular Machine Learning libraries available for Deep Learning is Tensorflow, which is used by Google. Although Google provides a robust collection of pre-trained APIs, BI dashboards and Visualizations are not available.

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