Our cloud database contains an overview of cloud service providers, offering cloud services such as Public Cloud, Private Cloud, Hybrid Cloud. Spanning Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) such as virtual servers, dedicated servers (Bare Metal) and containers, as well as select Platform as a Service (PaaS) offerings such as CDN and application hosting.
Cloud Infrastructure Providers in Worldwide
Cloud DatabaseOur database of cloud services, covers cloud providers from all over the world, as well as a wide range of cloud services.
The cloud services range from Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) to Platform as a Service (PaaS), covering for example:
- Public Cloud
Virtual servers (also known as virtual machines, or vms) on shared hosts (hypervisors), where you share hardware (CPU, memory etc.) with other tenants. One of the biggest advantages of public cloud is scalability, as you can leverage a large infrastructure ressource pool on demand.
- Private Cloud
In a private cloud (or Virtual Data Center) setup you typically rent managed dedicated hosts (hypervisors) as well as a form of cloud orchestration, to run your virtual servers on. In a private cloud your performance is not affected by other tenants and you might have compliance advantages, as you have better control of the environment, but your scalability is very limited.
- Hybrid Cloud
Hybrid cloud gives you the best of both Public Cloud and Private Cloud, by mixing the two and letting you leverage the advantages of both Public Cloud and Private Cloud. Typically the environments are interconnected directly and you deploy your services where it makes most sense.
- Bare Metal
Bare metal, traditionally known as dedicated servers, is where your server runs as a direct OS installation on the underlaying hardware. No virtualization layer and no other tenants, but at the same time you miss some of the deployment features and high availability options that a virtualized setup can offer.
- Containers, CDN etc.
More specific cloud services that are listed in our database, can be anything from CDN (Content Delivery Network), container orchestration (Kubernetes/Docker), application hosting and almost anything "as a service".
In each market, you will see an overview of available service providers. By clicking their names, you can access their profile to read more about the cloud services they are offering, including availability, locations, technical specifications etc.
This includes insight in to hypervisor technology (VMware, Hyper-V, KVM, Xen, Virtuozzo etc.), storage technology (SAN, distributed storage, local storage etc.) cloud orchestration platform (VMware vCenter, OnApp, Morpheus, ColoXenCenter) and other relevant factors to consider when choosing a cloud service provider.