Amazon AWS Other Advice

Brian Corbell
Founder with 51-200 employees
I have pushed clients towards Microsoft Azure. I have bugged Microsoft to add links to their network in the BNA region, BNA to Atlanta (additional link), BNA to MCI aka Kansas City, BNA to Chicago, BNA to WDC, and BNA to Dallas, TX to improve access for things at BNA. It is not critical. It is just the only facility that is 30ms slower than others. Azure in Chicago, Wyoming, Bellevue, Silicon Valley, Los Angeles, or Texas is very low latency. I have also pushed clients to IBM Bluemix, as their partnership with Akamai makes API access is really fast. Azure with Verizon CDN/Terremark is fabulous. I have to add this. AWS sucks, even though I am a customer. View full review »
Ajay Mendez
Founder at a tech vendor with 1-10 employees
Look for what is required to deploy the apps in your particular organization. For example, if it's AI-driven then probably Google is a better cloud to go after. If there are a lot of Microsoft applications or if developers or the IT staff were trained in Microsoft software, then Microsoft Azure is a better fit. I would rate AWS an eight out of 10 because it helps companies get started fast. View full review »
Ahmed Poshi
Technology Solution Specialist at FORTE CLOUD
I would rate this solution a 9.5 out of ten. It's the leader in the public cloud and a leader in the market. I would recommend it to any customer using another solution. I would offer it as an alternative to another similar solution like IBM, Google and Azure. View full review »
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Fran Maita
Analyst at a non-tech company with 201-500 employees
It is a platform of high quality and commercial versatility. It is of the best that exist in the market. View full review »
Osama Mustafa
Cloud Expert | DevOps | Oracle Consultant at confidential
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