December 27th, 2016
Internet of Things implementation has wide implementation and with high number of market, it becomes a trend on the 2017. To build the IoT solution, developers will need Cloud Hosting. It simplify developers’ development architecture. Mobile Cloud Computing also completed with various features such as elastic cloud platform and other feature to manage the solution.
Here are some Cloud Hosting providers for IoT Implementation:
Amazon Web Service
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a suite of cloud computing services offered by Amazon. AWS offers scalable and flexible IaaS, PaaS, storage, networking, and management platforms. It is supported by a global, 12-region infrastructure.
Microsoft Azure is an open, flexible cloud platform that enables users to build, deploy and manage apps across a global network of Microsoft-managed datacenters. Azure offers both PaaS and IaaS services, supporting various programming languages, tools, and frameworks.
Google Cloud Platform
Google Cloud Platform is a computing platform that provides developers with products to build structures, including simple websites and complex web applications. Google Cloud Platforms offers hosting, computing, cloud storage, Big Data, and API services.
Mesosfer Cloud Platform
Mesosfer Cloud Platform provides features for developer to connect and manage their IoT device. They also provide features where developers can also build mobile application in an easy way. Mesosfer Cloud Platform user can also have elastic cloud backend for each application they develop.
The IBM Cloud includes IaaS, SaaS, and PaaS offerings on public, private and hybrid cloud platforms. Softlayer partnered with the IBM Cloud offers a comprehensive cloud ecosystem, offering management, virtualization, storage, and computing platforms.
Red Hat provides cloud offerings on their open-source software platforms and is easily integrated with other major cloud services. Red Hat has offerings for infrastructure creation and deployment, cloud management, and platform development.
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