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Cloud Computing Providers
Various Cloud Computing platforms are available today. The following table contains the popular Cloud Computing platforms:
This is a Force.com development platform. This provides a simple user interface and lets users log in, build an app, and push it in the cloud.
The Appistry's CloudIQ platform is efficient in delivering a runtime application. This platform is very useful to create scalable and service oriented applications.
The AppScale is an open source platform for App Engine of Google applications.
The AT&T allows access to virtual servers and manages the virtualization infrastructure. This virtualization infrastructure includes network, server and storage.
The Engine Yard is a rails application on cloud computing platform.
Enomaly provides the Infrastructure-as-a-Service platform.
The FlexiScale offers a cloud computing platform that allows flexible, scalable and automated cloud infrastructure.
The GCloud3 offers private cloud solution in its platform.
The Gizmox Visual WebGUI platform is best suited for developing new web apps and modernize the legacy apps based on ASP.net, DHTML, etc.
The GoGrid platform allows the users to deploy web and database cloud services.
The Google's App Engine lets the users build, run and maintain their applications on Google infrastructure.
The LongJump offers a business application platform, a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS).
The Microsoft Windows Azure is a cloud computing platform offering an environment to create cloud apps and services.
OrangeScape offers a Platform-as-a-Service (Paas) for non-programmers. Building an app is as easy as spreadsheet.
The RackSpace provides servers-on-demand via a cloud-driven platform of virtualized servers.
The Amazon EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud) lets the users configure and control computing resources while running them on Amazon environment.