Comparison of AWS vs Google Cloud vs ServerMania

There are a ton of cloud hosting providers with Google Cloud, and AWS EC2 completely taking over the marketplace over the last couple of years. They’ve been around for a while, but they’re taking more mainstream applications, making it easier for businesses to share documents, files, and important information over secure networks. Then comes ServerMania which has dedicated file sharing hosting servers for your cloud-based solutions. A lot of people have been starting to choose ServerMania because the price is different, and at the same time because they get a better overall user experience. In this post, we’re going to discuss the comparison by pitting these three together.

Google Cloud

Google gives you a nice 40 CPU cores and 128 gigs of RAM which is great. For corporate accounts at about $1013 per month, they give you a 1-year contract and 3 SSD’s of hard drive space each with 375 gigs. If you’re needing bandwidth, you can get 20TB of America’s and EMEA. You get free support though, which is always nice. The total cost is about $2969 per month, which isn’t bad but isn’t the best either. For hybrid hosts, you get a lot less, but you pay a lot less and there’s no actual contract. If you choose a contract, it’s only $117 a month. While they’re a little higher, they are one of the top competitors because of the quality they are still one of the top choices.

AWS Servers

AWS servers offer a slightly cheaper solution when it comes to cloud to hybrid costs, but they’re almost an extra thousand dollars a month extra per month, and they even charge for support. You also don’t get as many perks as you do with Google Cloud.

ServerMania’s Dedicated Servers

With Server Mania, you get a dedicated server with not one, but two 500GB SSD drives so you get a Terabyte of space. You get the same amount of RAM as Google offers, and 36 CPU’s similar to AWS’s contract on a Xeon E5-2695v4 server. You don’t have a contract for dedicated cloud hosting and you can literally save a lot of money because they are almost a few hundred dollars less than even Google when it comes down to it.

When it comes to their cloud to hybrid service, you get a combination of the good parts of both Google and AWS as well, and the real kicker? You don’t even have to pay a hundred bucks per month for it. The other best thing is that there is no contract on any accounts, whether it’s dedicated hosting or a mini-hybrid server.

Performance

ServerMania also has a very similar rating when it comes to the performance compared to Google Cloud. While the performance is just a little under AWS’s on a single-core score, the multi-core score totally outranks both other services. And for less than 60 bucks a month, that’s a really huge deal! Another big deal is that both Google Cloud and AWS do have a 99 percent uptime, while ServerMania’s servers have continuously maintained a 100 percent uptime. For corporations and businesses especially, this is a huge deal also.

Conclusion

By choosing ServerMania as your cloud hosting platform, you get a wide array of services very similar to both AWS and Google Cloud, and literally for a fraction of the cost. You still get the same security features, and you don’t have to worry about all of your pertinent information being tracked and distributed like Google does (trust me.

Open up a website then check your Facebook and you’ll see tons of Google-recommended ads that are on there based on what you were browsing). You can also have a special account manager account and a 24 hour, seven days a week customer service team that is free (which even Google’s support isn’t like that).

Resources:

https://blog.servermania.com/gcp-vs-aws/

Google Cloud vs AWS vs ServerMania: How Do They Compare?
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Christian is the chief reporter, editor, and webmaster at Cleveland Leader. An aspiring news anchor, his hobbies outside of investigative reporting are golf, martinis, and adventure travel. If you have a scoop on any developing story, please contact him on this page.

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