May 19, 2015,
Posted By: Kim Weins
Seven months after its last price cut on compute power for the cloud, Google is making good on its promise to drive cloud prices down at the rate of Moore’s Law. This week's price cut by Google is another strategic move in the Google vs. AWS pricing battle that ultimately benefits cloud consumers. We've done the analysis and have the latest price comparison charts.
April 30, 2015,
With the release of the new RightScale Cloud Analytics dashboard this week, you can see all of your associated AWS costs such as compute, storage, networking, and any other service you use in AWS.
December 02, 2014,
AWS today announced a new Reserved Instance (RI) pricing model in an effort to simplify RI purchases and better match the way enterprise customers want to buy. We did the analysis and have updated our AWS vs Google cost comparison charts to help you determine the best value for your needs.
October 06, 2014,
Just six months after large cloud price cuts from Google and AWS, Google has cut prices for compute resources by ten percent across the board, making good on its promise to drive cloud prices down further. RightScale has the updated Google vs AWS cloud pricing comparison charts.