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The following is a comparison of cloud-computing software and providers.

IaaS (Infrastructure as a service)[edit]

Providers[edit]

General[edit]

Provider Rank[1] Launched Block storage Assignable IPs IOPS[2] Locations Notes
Google Cloud Platform 1[3] 2013 Yes No Yes us, jp, cn, be, uk, de, au, in, br, sg, fi no PTR support
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure 420[4] 2014 Yes Yes
Amazon Web Services 6[5] 2006 Yes Yes Yes us, ca, br, ie, de, uk, cn, sg, au, jp, kr, in
Microsoft Azure 40[6] 2010 Yes Yes Yes ca, us, br, ie, nl, de, uk, cn, au, jp, in, kr, sg, hk
GoDaddy 187[7] 2016 No No
vCloud 1,763[8] 2008 Yes No us, jp, uk, de, au
Rackspace 1,819[9] 1998 Yes No No us, au, hk
OVH 4,603[10] 2010 Yes Yes ca, fr
Atlantic.Net 33,490[11] 2010 No No us, uk, ca
Scaleway[12] 48,347[13] 2016 No Yes fr, nl
Hetzner Cloud 26,909[14] Yes de, fi

SaaS (Software as a Service)[edit]

General[edit]

SaaS (Software as a Service) Initial release date License(s) Written in As a service Local installations
fluid Operations eCloudManager 2009-03-01 Proprietary Java, Groovy No Yes
AppScale[15] 2009-03-07 Apache License[1] Python, Ruby, Go Yes Yes
Cloud Foundry 2011-04-12 Apache License Ruby, C, Java, Go Yes Yes
Cloud.com / CloudStack[16] 2010-05-04 Apache license Java, C Yes Yes
Eucalyptus[17] 2008-05-29 Proprietary, GPL v3 Java, C Yes Yes
Flexiant Limited[18] 2007-01-15 Proprietary software Java, C Yes Yes
Nimbus 2009-01-09 Apache License Java, Python Yes Yes
OpenNebula[19] 2008-03-?? Apache License C++, C, Ruby, Java, Shell script, lex, yacc Yes Yes
OpenQRM[20] 2008-03-?? GPL License C++, PHP, Shell script Yes Yes
OpenShift[21] 2011-05-04 Apache License Go Yes Yes
OpenStack[22] 2010-10-21 Apache License Python Yes Yes
OnApp 2010-07-01 Proprietary Java, Ruby, C++ Yes Yes
oVirt 2012-08-09 Apache License Java, Python ? Yes
Jelastic 2011-01-27 GPL License, Apache License, BSD License Java, JavaScript, Perl, Shell script Yes Yes

Supported hosts[edit]

Software Linux FreeBSD Windows Bare Metal
AppScale ? ? ?
Cloud Foundry Yes No Yes Yes
Cloud.com / CloudStack Yes No Yes Yes
Eucalyptus Yes No No Yes[23]
Flexiant Limited No Yes No Yes
Nimbus Yes ? No No
OpenNebula Yes No ? No
OpenQRM Yes No No No
OpenShift Yes No No Yes
OpenStack Yes No Yes Yes
OnApp Yes No No Yes
oVirt Yes No No Yes

Supported guests[edit]

Software Linux Windows VMware Xen KVM VirtualBox Docker Other
fluid Operations Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No ?
AppScale ? ? Yes Yes Yes Yes ?
Cloud Foundry Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Cloud.com / CloudStack Yes Yes[24] Yes Yes Yes Yes ?
Eucalyptus Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes ? ? Any guest OS supported by Xen, KVM, or VMWare
Flexiant Limited Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes ? FreeBSD
Nimbus Yes ? ? Yes Yes ? ?
OpenNebula Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes ? Any guest OS supported by Xen, KVM, or VMWare
OpenQRM Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes ?
OpenShift Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes ?
OpenStack Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes
OnApp Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No ? JumpBox, FreeBSD
oVirt Yes Yes No No Yes No ?
Jelastic ? ? ? ? ? ? Yes Parallels Virtuozzo Containers

PaaS (Platform as a service)[edit]

Providers[edit]

Provider Alexa[25] Launched SaaS
Cloud Foundry 79,327[26] 2011
CloudBees 75,404[27] 2010 Java, JRails and Grails, Jenkins
Computer Sciences Corporation 21,045[28]
Engine Yard 46,958[29] 2006
Heroku 7,464[30] 2008 Ruby, Java, Node.js, Scala, Clojure, Python, PHP, and Go.
Oracle Cloud Platform 351[31] 2014
Salesforce App Cloud 150[32]

Providers on IaaS[edit]

PaaS providers which can run on IaaS providers ("itself" means the provider is both PaaS and IaaS):

Software Amazon EC2 Rackspace GoGrid Mail.Ru (MCS) Other
AppScale Yes ? ? ?
Cloud Foundry Yes Yes ? ?
Cloudify Yes Yes ? ? ?
Cloud.com ? ? ? ? itself
Eucalyptus ? ? ? ? itself
Flexiant Limited ? ? ? ? Itself
fluid Operations ? ? ? ?
Nimbus ? ? ? ? itself
OnApp ? ? ? ? itself
OpenNebula ? ? ? ? itself
OpenQRM ? ? ? ? itself
OpenShift Yes ? ? ?
OpenStack Yes Yes Yes Yes

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rank of parent domain
  2. ^ Guaranteed minimum
  3. ^ cloud.google.com at Alexa
  4. ^ go.oracle.com at Alexa
  5. ^ aws.amazon.com at Alexa
  6. ^ azure.microsoft.com at Alexa
  7. ^ GoDaddy.com at Alexa
  8. ^ vcloud.vmware.com at Alexa
  9. ^ www.rackspace.com at Alexa
  10. ^ ovh.com at Alexa
  11. ^ www.atlantic.net at Alexa
  12. ^ scaleway in the news as IaaS
  13. ^ scaleway.com at Alexa
  14. ^ hetzner.com at Alexa
  15. ^ Urquhart, James (June 22, 2009). "The new generation of cloud-development platforms." CNET News. Accessed November 2011.
  16. ^ Harris, Derrick Harris (October 22, 2010). "Microsoft Joins OpenStack to Add Hyper-V Support." Gigaom.com. Accessed November 2011.
  17. ^ Prickett Timothy M. (May 10, 2011). "Ubuntu eats OpenStack for clouds - Eucalyptus leaves." The Register. Accessed November 2011.
  18. ^ "Vendor Landscape: Cloud Management". Info-Tech Research Group. October 24, 2012. Retrieved July 25, 2017.
  19. ^ European Commission Expert Group Report (January 26, 2010). "The Future of Cloud Computing"
  20. ^ " OpenQRM Enterprise Architecture (February 24, 2010)
  21. ^ Schabell, Eric (December 2012). OpenShift Primer. Developer.Press.
  22. ^ Pepple, Ken (August 2011). Deploying OpenStack. O'Reilly Media. ISBN 1-4493-1105-9.
  23. ^ Poul Weiss " Youtube.com install instruction for node cluster." Youtube Video.12 Oct 2012.
  24. ^ "Apache CloudStack Features - Wide Range Guest VM OS Support".
  25. ^ Rank of parent domain
  26. ^ www.cloudfoundry.org at Alexa
  27. ^ www.cloudbees.com at Alexa
  28. ^ www.csc.com at Alexa
  29. ^ engineyard.com at Alexa
  30. ^ "heroku.com Site Overview". www.alexa.com. Retrieved 2016-04-25.
  31. ^ "Oracle.com Traffic, Demographics and Competitors - Alexa". www.alexa.com. Retrieved 2018-07-31.
  32. ^ "Salesforce.com Traffic, Demographics and Competitors - Alexa". www.alexa.com. Retrieved 2018-07-31.