Buyers’ Guide for Cloud Computing Infrastructure | Winter 2019

January 25, 2019

Choosing a cloud computing provider for your infrastructure is a critical decision when starting a business or migrating from legacy infrastructure to the cloud. The major cloud vendors all deliver similar offerings, so it’s difficult to know which one is the best.

That’s where G2’s Winter 2019 Grid® for Cloud Computing Infrastructure report can be of service. To help buyers in the decision-making process, G2 aggregated cloud vendor scores from products in a variety of categories, including cloud platform as a service (PaaS), infrastructure as a service, and database as a service (DBaaS), among many others. The following infographic displays the rankings of the cloud infrastructure vendors based on real user reviews and provides factors all buyers should consider when choosing a cloud infrastructure provider.


Want to learn more? Check out the Cloud Computing Infrastructure Report on G2 or check out the women in cloud computing that are making waves. 

Buyers’ Guide for Cloud Computing Infrastructure | Winter 2019 As more and more of your business moves to the cloud, it’s crucial to ensure you have the right infrastructure to support your specific needs. For help in the decision-making process, follow G2 Crowd's four easy steps in the Winter 2019 Buyers' Guide for Cloud Computing Infrastructure.
Rob Light Rob is a research principal focused on enterprise technology vendors and their continuous battle for market share in the age of digital transformation. Rob's work digs into competitive trends for enterprise giants, such as Amazon, Microsoft, Oracle, and IBM, among others. In addition, he highlights acquisitions, innovative product releases, and unique differentiators between enterprise vendors. He has been with G2 since 2015, and has shaped the direction of G2’s report and research offerings. While the enterprise is professional passion, in his free time Rob enjoys watching as many films as possible and even dabbles in some amateur screenwriting. His coverage areas include enterprise technology and strategy.