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Cloud Platforms

These charts are based on the opinion of our contributors. We encourage experts to propose changes.
Open Stack

Open Stack is open source software for cloud tooling avoiding competitors' vendor lock-in. Rackspace and NASA are the founders of this project.

https://www.openstack.org/

Rackspace

Rackspace was initially a traditional hosting company. They transformed by providing customers with their own cloud services, powered by Open Stack. But they are also known for their managed cross-vendor cloud services.

https://www.rackspace.com

App Engine

Google App Engine is the original cloud vision by Google, where developers can host their app in the cloud, and have it auto-scale behind the scenes.

https://cloud.google.com/appengine/

Digitalocean

Digitalocean is a cost effective and developer focused cloud hosting company. Digitalocean has build a custom solution centered around droplets.

https://www.digitalocean.com/

Heroku

Heroku offers cloud hosting for apps. It early on became the go-to platform for Rails apps.

https://www.heroku.com/

AWS

AWS (Amazon Web Services) is the market leader in cloud hosting, with a wide variety of services.

http://aws.amazon.com/

Azure

Azure by Microsoft is quickly gaining traction, attributed to their enterprise sales, after a relative late entry to market.

https://azure.microsoft.com

Google Cloud

Google Cloud Platform has matured strongly in the past years, and makes an almost equal competitor to AWS.

https://cloud.google.com/products/

Contributors: Yvo Schaap.

Last modified February 21, 2018. Edit this page.