Compare Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling vs. Oracle Compute Cloud Service

Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling is ranked 12th in Compute Service while Oracle Compute Cloud Service is ranked 7th in Compute Service. Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling is rated 0, while Oracle Compute Cloud Service is rated 0. On the other hand, Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling is most compared with , whereas Oracle Compute Cloud Service is most compared with AWS Lambda, Apache NiFi and Azure Stream Analytics.
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Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling helps you maintain application availability and allows you to automatically add or remove EC2 instances according to conditions you define. ... Dynamic scaling responds to changing demand and predictive scaling automatically schedules the right number of EC2 instances based on predicted demand.

Oracle Compute Cloud Service is an infrastructure as a service (IaaS) offering that provides flexible and scalable computing, block storage, and networking services on Oracle Cloud. You can now set up and manage your computing and storage workloads in the cloud, on demand, using a self-service portal. You'll significantly reduce your computing costs and increase your business efficiency and agility. Use Oracle Compute Cloud Service to migrate your on-premises workloads to the cloud and reap the many cloud benefits.
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