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"Google cloud is less expensive than other comparable solutions.""The licensing for Google Cloud seems to be quite cheap and they're actually quite reasonable in comparison to Azure, which, as it turns out, is quite expensive. Even though Azure has a data center in South Africa it's still quite costly. There's no scaling, so if you go with the VM, you pay 2500 Rand. When you add another VM, it's another 2500 Rand even though you don't use the whole thing. With Google, you can go up as incrementally as you need to, even if it's just 30 Rand.""The best part of Google Cloud is that it is cheaper than the competitors."

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Top Answer: The solution has been good overall. I can't recall having any features missing. The solution could be less expensive. It may be helpful to go through some training in order to get comfortable with the… more »
Top Answer: I primarily use the solution for a couple of small development environments.
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AT&T Synaptic Hosting is a utility-based turnkey hosting solution for the applications driving your business. With this service, AT&T provides a complete, managed IT ecosystem for you to load and run your applications. You can take advantage of a fully on-demand infrastructure or combine it with dedicated components to meet specialized requirements. In addition, our designated support staff will work with you to select the right architecture for your business requirements and help to ensure that your internal and external processes have a hosting environment that’s as expandable and robust as you need.

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AT&T Synaptic is ranked 38th in Infrastructure as a Service Clouds (IaaS) while Google Cloud is ranked 6th in Infrastructure as a Service Clouds (IaaS) with 6 reviews. AT&T Synaptic is rated 0.0, while Google Cloud is rated 8.6. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Google Cloud writes "A cloud service that will please more technically-minded users which is making strides with ease-of-use". AT&T Synaptic is most compared with , whereas Google Cloud is most compared with SAP Business One on AWS, Pivotal Cloud Foundry and VMware Tanzu Application Service.

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