Amazon Web Services (AWS)
AWS provides a secure, highly reliable, scalable, infrastructure platform in the cloud that powers hundreds of thousands of businesses in 190 countries and has data centers spread out across the world. More than 100 additional services make up the Amazon Web Services portfolio, including those for compute, storage, databases, migration, development, analytics, artificial intelligence and security. The most popular services are Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) and Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3). Find Out More.

Azure Hosting
Microsoft Azure is a platform of managed cloud services through its worldwide network of Microsoft-managed data centers backed by one of the best Service Level Agreements (SLAs). Instead of building a server on-site, or having physical servers in a data centers, the Azure platform reduces hardware, maintenance and technical costs and has its billing based on resource consumption, not reserved capacity. Pricing varies between different types of services, storage types, and the physical location. Find Out More.

Google Cloud Platform (GCP)
The Google Cloud Platform started in 2008 and is available in 17 regions and 52 zones, has over 90 products, and is the third largest cloud provider behind AWS and Azure. Google’s stand out features are in its data tools, machine learning, and containers for experimenting with data. Some of the other benefits of GCP are lower pricing, a private global fiber and tiered network, ability to do live migration of virtual machines, improved performance, security options, commitment to expansion of locations and services, and redundant backups. Find Out More.