Top 9 Cloud Service Providers

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1. Google Cloud Platform (GCP)

With the help of GCP’s scalable and distributed infrastructure, developers can create, test, and launch apps while taking advantage of the service’s artificial intelligence (AI), analytics, security, and data management features.

There are currently 39 regions and 118 availability zones operational for Google Cloud. These areas of availability and regions are spread over the Americas, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East, and Africa in addition to the United States.

2. Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Globally, Amazon Web Services (AWS), the cloud computing arm of, is the biggest provider of cloud services. The company offers over 200 fully featured services, including database, storage, and processing, out of its data centres.

As of right now, AWS is operational across 32 regions and 102 availability zones. The US, AWS GovCloud (US), the Americas, Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East, and Africa are all home to these regions and availability zones.

3. Alibaba Cloud

The cloud computing division of Alibaba Group, dubbed Alibaba Cloud, is the biggest cloud service provider in China and the main cloud vendor in Asia Pacific. 

The company provides cloud services via Alibaba Cloud, such as big data analytics, machine learning, security, large-scale computing, elastic computing, databases, storage, network virtualization, and administration & application services.

4. IBM Cloud (Kyndryl)

IBM spun out its managed infrastructure services division to Kyndryl, which presently creates, constructs, and oversees multi-cloud, private, and public environments for its clients.

Thirty availability zones and ten regions are currently operational for IBM Cloud (Kyndryl). The Americas, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the United States are all home to these areas and availability zones.

5. Microsoft Azure

Azure, the world’s second-largest cloud service provider, is a part of Microsoft Corporation’s Intelligent Cloud division. The company offers developer productivity, security & compliance, artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities, and a consistent hybrid cloud experience through Microsoft Azure.

At the moment, Microsoft Azure is operational across 120 availability zones and 62 regions. The United States, Azure Government, the Americas, Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East, and Africa are all home to these regions and availability zones.

6. Oracle Cloud

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) and Oracle Cloud Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) are two of Oracle Corporation’s cloud services solutions. The company offers cloud services through OCI, including networking, storage, and computer infrastructure technologies.

As of right now, Oracle Cloud is operational across 46 regions and 56 availability zones. North America, South America, Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA), and the United States make up these areas and availability zones.

7. Tencent Cloud

After Alibaba Cloud, Tencent Cloud, the cloud computing division of Tencent Holdings, is the country’s second-biggest cloud service provider.

Tencent Cloud now operates in 21 regions across 65 availability zones. The company offers a total of 26 areas and 70 availability zones, including its 5 partner regions. 

Tencent Cloud operates in Mainland China, the United States, Canada, Brazil, Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, and Thailand, excluding its partner territories.

8. DigitalOcean

Cloud service provider DigitalOcean serves smaller clients, such as developers, startups, and small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMBs), by providing on-demand infrastructure and platform tools.

With its fifteen data centres, DigitalOcean currently operates in nine regions. The company operates data centres in the following locations: Toronto, Canada; London, United Kingdom; Amsterdam, Netherlands; Frankfurt, Germany; Bangalore, India; Singapore; Sydney, Australia; and New York City and San Francisco metro regions.

9. OVHcloud

A cloud service provider with an emphasis on Europe, OVHcloud provides online, public, and hosted cloud as well as bare metal solutions. At the moment, OVHcloud runs 17 sites with 37 data centres and 450,000 physical servers.

Nine nations—France, Canada, the United States, Germany, Poland, the United Kingdom, Australia, India, and Singapore—are home to these data centres.