Microsoft Azure Stack vs OpenStack for Hybrid/Private Cloud Deployments

When it comes to public cloud offerings, few vendors can hold a candle to AWS and Microsoft Azure's dominance in the infrastructure as a service (IaaS) space. However, neither have offered much in terms of hybrid/private cloud platforms ...

Cloud IaaS Provider Roundup: Best of the Best

We’ve been comparing cloud service providers for years now, pitting Rackspace against Azure, Azure against DigitalOcean, DigitalOcean against Linode, and so on down the line to the point that we’re just plum sick of it. Just kidding! Who ...

Azure vs Rackspace

Microsoft’s Azure and Rackspace Cloud are two competitors in the hotly contested cloud computing market. Other large players are Amazon’s AWS and Google’s Compute Engine. 

Heroku vs Engine Yard

When it comes to providing PaaS hosting solutions for Ruby development, Heroku and Engine Yard are the de facto leaders. And they both utilize Amazon’s EC2 as a hardware base. However, they also take different paths to get there – Heroku ...

AWS vs Azure

Amazon’s AWS and Microsoft’s Azure are the big boys of the cloud computing world, even though AWS is much bigger than Azure. How much bigger? Well, AWS’s server capacity is about 6 times larger than the next 12 competitors combined.

Heroku vs AppEngine

Cloud computing is no longer the next big thing. As evidenced by all the cloud infrastructure and data centers now being set up by established players like Google with its AppEngine and Amazon with AWS, it is the current big thing. Into ...

Heroku vs EC2

With the increasing importance of cloud computing, services like Amazon’s EC2 on AWS and Heroku are coming under more scrutiny. Even better for the consumer, the increasing number of such services means more choice in the market. But with ...
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