Cloud Computing: Which are the main providers?

Cath Sandoval
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In previous articles of our blog, we explained to you what Cloud computing is all about and its benefits, that’s why we want to introduce you to the main providers of this technology, and here they are! How many of them do you know?

The best Cloud Computing providers that exist in the market, according to the article “Top 6 Cloud Service Providers who’ll dominate the Cloud War” are:

1.Amazon web services (AWS)

It has enabled companies around the world to develop their digital infrastructure fully or partially using the cloud and half of the cloud users were under its umbrella. In 2019, their growth slowed, but they still managed to stay on top as market leaders.

Amazon recently launched AWS Storage Gateway, which allows customers to connect their existing storage and backups to the cloud, with a single console for accessing storage configurations.

In addition, another of its technologies is AWS CloudFormation, which enables enterprises to control the resources and application stacks required for mobile and web applications, i.e. customers have access to the infrastructural components of the cloud service with a central command line interface to manage them.

2. Microsoft Azure

It is the closest competitor to AWS and getting closer all the time. Microsoft has a plethora of services including Office 365 cloud services, Dynamic 365 enterprise subscription and LinkedIn services. This makes it difficult to compare its services directly with its competitors or other cloud service providers.

One of the useful features of Microsoft’s cloud solutions is the Microsoft Azure machine learning service, where users can develop, test, deploy, manage, move and even monitor their machine learning model in a cloud-based environment using this service.

A number of large giants have partnered with Azure to move a significant portion of their operations to the cloud. One prominent example is the five-year partnership between Microsoft and Disney.

3. Google Cloud

By 2019, Google had reported average revenues of $8 billion per year through its cloud business, where just two months earlier, the company reflected average annual revenues of $4 billion per year.

Likewise, the company has regularly introduced several changes to carve out a niche for itself as an enterprise cloud computing giant. One such change was the simplification of contract terms and conditions, along with compliance certifications.

Recently, the company acquired the Looker platform, which offers analytics solutions to cloud users.

According to Deutsche Bank analysts, the cloud service is expected to reach a $38 billion annual sales mark by 2025.

How is the cloud present in LISA?

As we love technology and we look for all the alternatives so that the insurance industry can take the step to go digital, we are always looking for tools that mean a paradigm shift.

LISA has AWS and Google and with that we can deploy our applications (Homer, Burns, web, back, front), which does not limit our resources despite being robust. The processing and storage of information happens faster than we can imagine.

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