Top 8 Infrastructure as a Service Clouds (IaaS) Tools
Microsoft AzureAmazon AWSLinodeGoogle FirebaseGoogle CloudOracle CloudSAP HANA Enterprise CloudSAP S4HANA on AWS
Azure virtual machines are stand-out.
It's very easy to build a new service and get it into production.
The initial implementation process is not difficult or complex.
They integrate well with various other solutions.
When it comes to the Linode Kubernetes Engine and the amount of automation it provides, it's awesome, it's a game-changer. If a process randomly dies, it could take me a while to notice that it has died, if I haven't set up monitoring. With Kubernetes, it will just restart itself using Heartbeats.
The solution is stable.
Google Firebase is one I like a lot because it gives us a little bit more power and accessibility when it comes to publishing apps a lot quicker and for the needs that we have.
You will understand how the solution actually works.
The most valuable feature is the security.
Overall, I would say that Oracle Cloud provides support with zero down time and the high probability is very good.
The pricing isn't too bad.
The solution is stable and we have never had a problem. We started with one terabyte of data when the solution was first implemented and today we have around almost 600 gigabytes of data, which means means the compression works properly. Before migrating from ECC, we had nine terabytes of data.
The solution adds great value to any organization.
This product is currently the leading product within this category.
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