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Pros
"Their technical support is really good. I am very satisfied.""We have seen an improvement in our infrastructure, as the code makes it very easy to deploy quickly to AWS.""As a service vendor, we have helped clients to achieve faster "go to market" on their products, and have provided highly flexible cost-effective system management solutions.""The solution offers a low footprint. We don't have to come up with a data center ourselves. We basically don't have to own any hardware. We just rent a slice of their platform and we have everything we need.""The most valuable features are load balancers, databases, and S3 buckets.""The most valuable feature is that it is simple.""There are a lot of features that I really like including ease of deployment, ease of build and release, and also that it is heavily focused on a PaaS or SaaS model.""The experience with Amazon AWS is error-free. That was also, of course, something that I really appreciate. That means it's really well-tested and, as published or as declared."

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"For the customers I work with, it provides flexibility as far as storage is concerned, so it's security and access."

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Cons
"There's not much room for improvement but that being said, they can improve the overall process of the overall product features and backend.""An easier way to determine estimated costs quickly would be helpful.""This solution would be improved with the inclusion of hybrid Kubernetes management.""They should really consolidate and make things simpler rather than offer you hundreds of random options. The way everything is arranged really forces users to figure out everything on their own and then, on top of that, to calculate the total costs. There's an infinite number of combinations even just with cost calculations. It's just too much.""There are some limitations for certain applications that happen regionally and it is an issue for us.""They can launch the Oracle service in Azure, and we expect that this should be possible in Amazon AWS as well.""One of the problems that I have seen is that some of the products are not as mature as others.""I'm just bugged by the charges that I'm not really able to manage."

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"The next feature I would like to have full disclosure of what's being done with the data."

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Pricing and Cost Advice
"It's my understanding that our company is charged a few hundred dollars on a monthly basis.""I find that Amazon AWS is expensive.""The Oracle licensing is higher than it is with Amazon AWS.""I think they've done a pretty good job with their pricing.""Its price is kind of okay. When we do a migration from on-premises to the cloud, we typically use the lift-and-shift model. Based on the studies that we have done, cost savings are definitely there when we moved from on-premises to the cloud.""The price could be lower.""There are many variables involved in pricing service in AWS and overall the pricing is a bit on the higher side."

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Questions from the Community
Top Answer: For the customers I work with, it provides flexibility as far as storage is concerned, so it's security and access.
Top Answer: In terms of the primary use case, I have a contract with Fortune 500. I was hired to go in and to maintain their test evaluation network, the test development network and managing components of that… more »
Top Answer: My advice to someone considering this solution is to take a pragmatic approach, there are set pieces in a hybrid cloud deployment and you have to do a proof of concept with. You have to go in and do… more »
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EC2, Amazon Web Services, AWS
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Overview

Amazon Web Services (AWS), is a collection of cloud computing services, also called web services, that make up a cloud-computing platform offered by Amazon.com. These services operate from 12 geographical regions across the world. The most central and well-known of these services arguably include Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, also known as "EC2", and Amazon Simple Storage Service, also known as "S3". Amazon markets AWS as a service to provide large computing capacity more quickly and more cheaply than a client company building an actual physical server farm.

HyperGrid is the Enterprise Cloud-as-a-Service leader that simplifies IT by providing a fully featured public cloud service delivered as a full stack appliance in enterprise data centers. HyperGrid’s offering, HyperCloud, offers compute, storage, and networking services, along with an enterprise app store of over 400 application templates for deploying complex enterprise apps on VMs and containers. HyperCloud also supports the management of external public clouds, including Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Compute Engine, allowing IT teams to centralize the governance and control of cloud resources enterprise-wide to eliminate Shadow IT proliferation. These capabilities, offered as a fully managed service in an on-prem “pay as you use” pricing model, deliver unmatched simplicity, scale, and economics that accelerates business innovation, growth, and long-term success.
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Sample Customers
Pinterest, General Electric, Pfizer, Netflix, and Nasdaq.Affymetrix, Bell Helicopter, Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe, Porterville Unified School District, Interact for Health, VirtueCom, Warren Memorial Hospital, Front Porch, RMH Group, Meyers Nave, Intraworks, Information Technology, ETTE, Clackamas Community College
Top Industries
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Computer Software Company29%
Manufacturing Company13%
Financial Services Firm13%
Comms Service Provider13%
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Computer Software Company34%
Comms Service Provider16%
Media Company8%
K 12 Educational Company Or School5%
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Small Business50%
Midsize Enterprise11%
Large Enterprise39%
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Amazon AWS is ranked 2nd in Infrastructure as a Service Clouds (IaaS) with 16 reviews while HyperCloud is ranked 5th in Cloud Migration with 1 review. Amazon AWS is rated 8.4, while HyperCloud is rated 10.0. The top reviewer of Amazon AWS writes "Perfect for startups and easy to implement but offers a confusing amount of tools". On the other hand, the top reviewer of HyperCloud writes "Provides storage flexibility, security, and access". Amazon AWS is most compared with OpenShift, IBM Public Cloud, Google Firebase, SAP Cloud Platform and Pivotal Cloud Foundry, whereas HyperCloud is most compared with Nutanix Acropolis AOS, Microsoft Azure, Diamanti, Densify and Turbonomic.

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