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Compute

Type and Description

AWS

    • Amazon EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud): EC2 is AWS's core compute service, offering resizable virtual machines (VMs) with various instance types optimized for different workloads.
    • AWS Lambda: A serverless compute service that lets you run code in response to events without provisioning or managing servers.
    • AWS Batch: A managed service for running batch computing workloads, such as batch data processing and ETL (Extract, Transform, Load) jobs.


Azure

    • Azure Virtual Machines: Provides scalable virtual machines for Windows and Linux workloads, with a wide variety of instance types.
    • Azure Functions: A serverless compute service similar to AWS Lambda, allowing you to run event-driven code without managing infrastructure.
    • Azure Batch: A cloud-based job scheduling service for running large-scale parallel and batch compute jobs.


GCP

    • Google Compute Engine: Offers virtual machines with customizable hardware configurations and supports various operating systems.
    • Google Cloud Functions: A serverless compute service for building event-driven applications and microservices.
    • Google Cloud Dataprep: A fully managed cloud service for data preparation, which includes data transformation and cleansing capabilities.


Compute

Type and Description

OCI

Oracle Compute: Provides virtual machines and bare metal servers for running various workloads.

Oracle Functions: A serverless compute service that lets you run code in response to events without managing the underlying infrastructure.

Oracle Batch Service: Supports large-scale batch processing workloads.

IBM

IBM Virtual Servers: Offers virtual machines on IBM Cloud, which can be customized based on your needs.

IBM Cloud Functions: A serverless compute service that allows you to execute code in response to events without managing servers.

IBM Cloud Batch: Provides a platform for batch processing workloads.


Storage

Type and Description

AWS

    • Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service): A scalable object storage service designed to store and retrieve data, including websites, mobile applications, backup, and data lakes.
    • Amazon EBS (Elastic Block Store): Provides block-level storage volumes for use with Amazon EC2 instances.
    • Amazon EFS (Elastic File System): A managed file storage service that can be mounted to multiple EC2 instances.
    • Amazon Glacier: A low-cost archival storage service for data archiving and long-term backup.


Azure

    • Azure Blob Storage: Offers scalable object storage for unstructured data, similar to Amazon S3.
    • Azure Disk Storage: Provides managed block storage for virtual machines and other Azure services.
    • Azure Files: Managed file shares that can be accessed via the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol.
    • Azure Data Lake Storage: A scalable and secure data lake solution for big data analytics.


GCP

    • Google Cloud Storage: Provides scalable object storage for storing and retrieving data, similar to Amazon S3.
    • Google Persistent Disks: Offers block storage for use with Google Compute Engine instances.
    • Google File store: Managed file storage that can be mounted to Compute Engine instances.

Google Cloud Storage for Firebase: A specialized storage solution for Firebase applications.

Storage

Type and Description

OCI

    • Oracle Cloud Object Storage: Scalable object storage for storing and managing data, similar to Amazon S3.
    • Oracle Block Volumes: Block storage for attaching to compute instances.

Oracle File Storage: Managed file storage for sharing data across multiple instances.

IBM

    • IBM Cloud Object Storage: Scalable and secure object storage for storing and managing unstructured data.
    • IBM Block Storage: Provides block storage for attaching to virtual servers on IBM Cloud.

IBM File Storage: Managed file storage for sharing data across multiple virtual servers.

Network

Type and Description

AWS

Amazon VPC Peering: Allows you to connect two Amazon VPCs together to facilitate communication between them.

AWS Site-to-Site VPN: Provides encrypted connections between your on-premises data centers and your Amazon VPCs over the public internet.

Azure

Azure Virtual Network Peering: Enables the connection of two Azure virtual networks to allow resources in one network to communicate with resources in another.

Azure ExpressRoute Global Reach: Extends the reach of your Azure ExpressRoute circuits across regions and globally.

GCP

Google Cloud Interconnect (Dedicated Interconnect and Partner Interconnect): Provides dedicated and partner-provided network connections between your on-premises networks and Google Cloud.

Google Cloud Network Peering: Allows you to peer your VPC network with another VPC network in GCP.

OCI

Oracle Cloud Peering: Lets you establish peering connections between Virtual Cloud Networks (VCNs) in the same or different OCI regions.

Oracle Cloud VPN Connect: Provides secure, site-to-site VPN connectivity between on-premises networks and VCNs in OCI.

IBM

IBM Direct Link Dedicated VPN: Offers a secure and dedicated VPN connection to connect your on-premises infrastructure to IBM Cloud.

IBM Network Security Groups: Allows you to define security rules for controlling inbound and outbound traffic to your virtual servers.

Databases

Type and Description

AWS

    • Amazon RDS (Relational Database Service): Managed relational database service that supports various database engines, including MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQL Server, Oracle, and MariaDB.
    • Amazon Aurora: A fully managed, high-performance relational database engine that is compatible with MySQL and PostgreSQL.
    • Amazon DynamoDB: A managed NoSQL database service designed for high availability and scalability.
    • Amazon Redshift: A fully managed data warehousing service for running complex queries and analytics on large datasets.
    • Amazon Neptune: A managed graph database service that supports graph-based data models.

Amazon Document DB: A managed document database service compatible with MongoDB.

Azure

    • Azure SQL Database: A fully managed relational database service that supports SQL Server.
    • Azure Database for MySQL: Managed MySQL database service.
    • Azure Database for PostgreSQL: Managed PostgreSQL database service.
    • Azure Cosmos DB: A globally distributed, multi-model database service that supports various data models, including document, key-value, graph, and column-family.

Azure Synapse Analytics (formerly SQL Data Warehouse): A fully managed analytics service for data warehousing and large-scale data analytics.

Databases

Type and Description

GCP

Google Cloud SQL: Managed database service that supports MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQL Server.

Google Cloud Spanner: A globally distributed, horizontally scalable, strongly consistent database service.

Google Cloud Fire store: A serverless, NoSQL document database.

Google Bigtable: A fully managed NoSQL database service suitable for large analytical and operational workloads.

Google Cloud Memory store: A managed in-memory data store service for caching.


OCI

Oracle Autonomous Database: A self-driving, self-repairing database service for Oracle Database, supporting Autonomous Transaction Processing and Autonomous Data Warehouse.

Oracle Database Cloud Service: Managed database service for Oracle Database, offering various deployment options.

Oracle NoSQL Database Cloud Service: A managed NoSQL database service for scalable applications.


IBM

    • IBM Db2 on Cloud: A fully managed database service for IBM Db2.
    • IBM Db2 Warehouse on Cloud: Managed data warehousing service.
    • IBM Db2 Hosted: Managed database service for on-premises or cloud-hosted IBM Db2.
    • IBM Cloud Databases for PostgreSQL: Managed PostgreSQL database service.
    • IBM Cloud Databases for MongoDB: Managed MongoDB database service.


Content Delivery network

Type and Description

AWS

Amazon CloudFront: AWS's global content delivery service that uses a network of edge locations to cache and deliver web content, videos, and APIs with low latency.


Azure

Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN): Azure CDN offers global coverage through a large network of edge nodes, allowing you to cache and serve web content, video, and other assets.


GCP

Google Cloud CDN: GCP's content delivery network service that uses Google's global network infrastructure to deliver content closer to users for reduced latency.

Oracle

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure CDN: OCI offers a content delivery network to accelerate the delivery of web content, media, and other assets with a focus on security and performance.

IBM

IBM Cloud Content Delivery Network: IBM Cloud CDN is designed to optimize the delivery of web content, video, and streaming services to users worldwide.

DNS

Type and Description

AWS

Amazon Route 53: A scalable and highly available domain name system (DNS) web service that allows you to register domain names, manage DNS records, and route traffic to various AWS resources and external endpoints.

Azure

Azure DNS: A fully managed, scalable DNS service in Azure that provides high availability and low-latency DNS resolution for domain names associated with Azure resources or external domains.

GCP

Google Cloud DNS: A highly available and scalable DNS service in GCP that offers domain registration, DNS record management, and DNS resolution for GCP resources and external domains.

Oracle

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure DNS: A fully managed DNS service within OCI that provides domain registration, DNS record management, and DNS resolution for resources in OCI and external domains.

IBM

IBM Cloud DNS: IBM Cloud provides a DNS service for managing domain names, DNS records, and DNS resolution for resources hosted on the IBM Cloud platform and external domains.

Load Balancer

Type and Description

AWS

Application Load Balancer (ALB): Distributes HTTP/HTTPS traffic at the application layer, supporting features like content-based routing, path-based routing, and host-based routing.

Network Load Balancer (NLB): Distributes TCP/UDP traffic at the transport layer, making it suitable for extreme performance and high-throughput applications.

Classic Load Balancer (CLB): Provides basic load balancing for both HTTP/HTTPS and TCP/UDP traffic.

Azure

Azure Load Balancer: Distributes incoming network traffic across multiple resources, such as virtual machines (VMs), for high availability and scalability. Azure Load Balancer supports both public and private network scenarios.

GCP

Google Cloud HTTP(S) Load Balancing: Distributes HTTP(S) traffic globally with features like SSL termination, content-based routing, and URL map-based routing.

Google Cloud TCP/UDP Load Balancing: Provides global load balancing for TCP and UDP traffic, supporting high-performance applications.


Oracle

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Load Balancing: Offers load balancing services for distributing incoming internet and virtual cloud network(VCN) traffic to backend servers, including VMs and compute instances.

IBM

IBM Cloud Load Balancer: IBM Cloud provides load balancing services that allow you to distribute traffic to multiple servers or resources to ensure high availability and fault tolerance.


Firewall

Type and Description

AWS

    • AWS Network Firewall: A managed firewall service that provides network traffic filtering and protection for your Virtual Private Cloud (VPC).
    • AWS WAF (Web Application Firewall): Protects web applications from common web exploits and attacks by allowing you to create rules to filter traffic.
    • AWS Security Groups: Act as virtual firewalls for controlling inbound and outbound traffic at the instance level within a VPC.
    • AWS NACLs (Network Access Control Lists): An optional layer of security for controlling traffic at the subnet level within a VPC.


Azure

    • Azure Firewall: A managed, stateful firewall service that provides network and application-level protection for Azure resources.
    • Azure Application Gateway: A web traffic load balancer that also includes a web application firewall (WAF) for application-level protection.
    • Azure Network Security Groups: Allow you to filter network traffic to and from Azure resources based on source and destination IP addresses, port, and protocol.
    • Azure DDoS Protection: Provides protection against distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks.


GCP

    • Google Cloud Firewall: Provides firewall rules to control incoming and outgoing traffic for Google Cloud resources.
    • Google Cloud Armor: A web application firewall (WAF) service that helps protect web applications from DDoS attacks and OWASP top 10 threats.
    • Google Cloud DDoS Protection: Mitigates DDoS attacks on GCP applications and resources.


Firewall

Type and Description

OCI

    • Oracle Cloud Network Security Groups: Allow you to define stateful security rules to control traffic to and from resources in a Virtual Cloud Network (VCN).

Oracle Cloud Security Zones: Isolate and segment workloads to enhance security within OCI.

IBM

    • IBM Cloud Firewall: Provides a network-based, stateful firewall service to protect applications and workloads in IBM Cloud.

IBM Cloud Internet Services: Includes services for DDoS protection, web application firewall (WAF), and global server load balancing.

Containers

Type and Description

AWS

    • Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS): A managed Kubernetes service that simplifies the deployment, management, and scaling of containerized applications using Kubernetes.
    • Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS): A fully managed container orchestration service for running Docker containers on AWS. ECS offers both Fargate (serverless) and EC2 launch types.

AWS Fargate: A serverless compute engine for containers that allows you to run containers without managing the underlying infrastructure.

Azure

    • Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS): A managed Kubernetes service that simplifies the deployment, management, and scaling of containerized applications using Kubernetes.
    • Azure Container Instances (ACI): A serverless container service that enables you to run containers without managing the underlying infrastructure.

Azure Container Service (ACS): Although Azure deprecated ACS, it's worth noting that it previously provided managed Kubernetes, Docker Swarm, and DC/OS clusters.

GCP

    • Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE): A managed Kubernetes service that simplifies the deployment, management, and scaling of containerized applications using Kubernetes.

Google Cloud Run: A serverless platform for deploying containerized applications that automatically scales based on demand.

Containers

Type and Description

OCI

Oracle Kubernetes Engine (OKE): A managed Kubernetes service that simplifies the deployment, and scaling of containerized applications using Kubernetes.


IBM

    • IBM Kubernetes Service: A managed Kubernetes service that simplifies the deployment, management, and scaling of containerized applications using Kubernetes.
    • IBM Cloud Container Registry: A container image registry for storing and sharing container images.
    • IBM Cloud Code Engine: A serverless platform for deploying containerized applications and functions.


Monitoring

Type and Description

AWS

    • Amazon CloudWatch: A monitoring and observability service that collects and analyzes data from AWS resources, applications, and services. It provides metrics, logs, and alarms for proactive monitoring.
    • Amazon CloudWatch Logs: A service for collecting, storing, and analyzing log data generated by AWS resources and applications.
    • Amazon CloudWatch Container Insights: Offers monitoring and troubleshooting capabilities for containerized applications running on Amazon EKS or ECS.
    • Amazon CloudWatch Application Insights: Provides application-level monitoring and troubleshooting for applications hosted on AWS resources.

Amazon X-Ray: A distributed tracing service that helps you analyze and debug applications.

Azure

    • Azure Monitor: A comprehensive monitoring and observability service that collects, analyzes, and acts on telemetry data from Azure resources, applications, and services. It includes metrics, logs, and application insights.
    • Azure Application Insights: Provides application performance monitoring, error tracking, and diagnostics for applications hosted on Azure.
    • Azure Log Analytics: A centralized log and data analytics service for collecting and analyzing log data from Azure and non-Azure resources.
    • Azure Network Watcher: Offers network monitoring and diagnostics tools for Azure resources.

Azure Security Center: Provides cloud security monitoring, threat detection, and recommendations for improving security posture.

Monitoring

Type and Description

GCP

    • Google Cloud Monitoring (formerly Stack driver): A monitoring and observability service that collects, analyzes, and visualizes metrics, logs, and traces from GCP resources and applications.
    • Google Cloud Logging: Collects and stores log data from GCP resources for analysis and troubleshooting.
    • Google Cloud Trace: A distributed tracing service that helps you analyze and debug applications running on GCP.


OCI

    • Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Monitoring: A monitoring service that collects and displays metrics from OCI resources and applications.

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Logging: Collects and stores logs from OCI resources for analysis and troubleshooting.

IBM

    • IBM Cloud Monitoring with Sysdig: Provides monitoring and security capabilities for containerized and non-containerized applications, as well as infrastructure resources.
    • IBM Cloud Log Analysis with LogDNA: A log management and analytics service for collecting, storing, and analyzing log data from IBM Cloud resources and applications.


Cost Management

Type and Description

AWS

    • AWS Cost Explorer: A tool within the AWS Management Console that provides visualization and analysis of your AWS cost and usage data. It allows you to view cost trends, identify cost drivers, and create custom cost and usage reports.
    • AWS Budgets: Enables you to set custom budgets for your AWS resources and services and receive alerts when your spending exceeds predefined thresholds.

AWS Cost and Usage Report: Provides detailed cost and usage data for your AWS resources in a downloadable format for in-depth analysis.

Azure

Azure Cost Management and Billing: A unified cost management solution that provides visibility into your Azure spending. It includes cost analysis, budgeting, and alerting features.

Azure Cost Management APIs: Allows you to programmatically access and integrate cost management data into your own applications and workflows.

Azure Pricing Calculator: Helps estimate and optimize the cost of Azure services and solutions before you deploy them.

GCP

    • Google Cloud Cost Management: Provides cost monitoring and optimization tools to help you understand and control your GCP spending. It includes cost reporting, budgets, and recommendations.
    • Google Cloud Pricing Calculator: Helps estimate the cost of using GCP services based on your requirements and usage patterns.

Google Cloud Billing APIs: Allows you to access billing data programmatically and integrate it into your applications and systems.

Cost Management

Type and Description

OCI

    • Oracle Cloud Cost Analysis: Offers cost tracking and analysis tools to help you understand and optimize your spending on OCI services.
    • Oracle Cloud Cost API: Allows you to programmatically access and retrieve cost and usage data for your OCI resources.
    • Oracle Cloud Cost Explorer: Provides visualization and reporting capabilities for OCI cost and usage data.


IBM

    • IBM Cloud Cost and Asset Management: Offers cost management tools, including cost reporting, budgeting, and forecasting for IBM Cloud resources and services.
    • IBM Cloud Cost Estimator: Helps estimate the cost of using IBM Cloud services and solutions based on your requirements.
    • IBM Cloud Usage API: Allows you to programmatically access usage data and integrate it into your own applications and system


Security

Type and Description

AWS

    • AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM): A centralized service for managing user identities and access to AWS resources.
    • Amazon Guard Duty: A managed threat detection service that continuously monitors for malicious activity and unauthorized behavior.
    • AWS WAF (Web Application Firewall): Protects web applications from common web exploits and attacks.
    • Amazon Inspector: Helps identify security vulnerabilities in your applications and resources.
    • AWS Key Management Service (KMS): Provides encryption key management to secure data at rest and in transit.
    • AWS Secrets Manager: Helps you protect access to sensitive information, such as database credentials and API keys.
    • AWS Firewall Manager: Centrally manages and configures AWS WAF rules across multiple resources.

Amazon Macie: Uses machine learning to automatically discover, classify, and protect sensitive data in AWS.

Azure

    • Azure Active Directory (Azure AD): Provides identity and access management services for Azure resources.
    • Azure Security Center: A unified security management system that provides advanced threat protection across all Azure services.
    • Azure Firewall: A cloud-native firewall service that protects your Azure Virtual Network resources.


Security

Type and Description

Azure

Azure Key Vault: Safeguards keys, secrets, and certificates used by cloud applications and services.

Azure Sentinel: A cloud-native SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) and SOAR (Security Orchestration Automated Response) solution.

Azure Information Protection: Classifies and protects data based on sensitivity.

Azure DDoS Protection: Mitigates distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks on Azure applications and resources.

Azure Defender (formerly Azure Security Center Standard): Provides advanced threat protection for workloads and services.

GCP

    • Google Cloud Identity and Access Management (IAM): Manages access control for GCP resources.
    • Google Cloud Security Command Center: Provides centralized security management and threat detection across GCP resources.
    • Google Cloud Firewall: Protects virtual machine instances in GCP.

Google Cloud Key Management Service (KMS): Manages cryptographic keys for your applications.

    • Google Cloud Security Scanner: Scans web applications for security vulnerabilities.
    • Google Cloud DDoS Protection: Mitigates DDoS attacks on GCP applications.

Google Cloud Armor: Provides DDoS and application defense at the edge.

Security

Type and Description

OCI

Oracle Cloud Identity and Access Management (IAM): Manages user identities and access to OCI resources.

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Security: Provides various security features, including Web Application Firewall (WAF) and security zones.

Oracle Cloud Guard: Helps identify and respond to security threats in OCI. Oracle Cloud Key Management: Manages encryption keys for data protection in OCI.

Oracle Cloud Security Zones: Isolates and segments workloads to enhance security.


IBM

IBM Cloud Identity and Access Management (IAM): Manages user access to IBM Cloud services.

IBM Cloud Security Advisor: Provides security recommendations and threat intelligence for IBM Cloud resources.

IBM Cloud Firewall: Protects applications and workloads in IBM Cloud.

IBM Cloud Key Protect: Manages encryption keys for data security.

IBM Cloud Internet Services: Offers DDoS protection, web application firewall, and global server load balancing.


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