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Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute (EC2)
Amazon Web Services (AWS) offers a suite of products that allow organizations to use its flexible IT infrastructure via API calls. Amazon EC2, Amazon S3 and Amazon SQS help companies reduce their up-front capital IT infrastructure expenses. Companies using AWS can focus on bringing their ideas into being with a reliable, scalable and cost-effective cloud-based infrastructure.
Rackspace Hosting Inc and the Rackspace Open Cloud
The Rackspace Cloud can power your ideas with a full suite of compute, storage and networking products. All backed by Fanatical Support®. The company offers a suite of cloud solutions including Cloud Servers, Cloud Sites, Cloud Files, Cloud DNS and other products. It enables developers and IT managers to minimize upfront investments in expensive dedicated hardware while preserving the option to rapidly scale their hosted resources.
The Microsoft Windows Azure cloud platform enables you to quickly build and deploy your virtual data center based on Linux or Windows. You can manage applications using any language, tool or framework on a global network of Microsoft-managed data centers.
HP Cloud Services provides public cloud infrastructure services designed with OpenStack at the core. HP's open architecture improves productivity, makes coding faster ensures against IaaS vendor lock-in. HP offers platform solutions for Big Data analytics, enterprise application migration, development and testing, production workload management and bursting for peak loads.
Google Compute Engine is a recent addition to the Google Cloud Platform that gives users the flexibility and power of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS). Get virtual machines on demand to scale Linux workloads, manage network connectivity and access Google-powered data storage options. This product remains in "limited preview" with accounts offered at the discretion of Google.
Terremark offers advanced infrastructure and managed service offerings targeting large enterprises and government clients. Terremark is owned by Verizon, which operates a global network of datacenters. It focuses on security, managed services, uninterrupted power and flexible data protection.