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Cloud Native Architectures : Are these covered?

 
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Good that you have covered a Case Study of Netflix

Hope you will touch upon IaaS vs PaaS when using Public cloud

Hoping to see , Which public cloud vendor offers best toolset for a given use case. Ex. Given a strong contributor in AI space , should one choose GCP over others, For traditional EDW AWS over others etc...
 
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Hi Suresh,

Thanks for your question. Yes, we have extensively covered this topic...in fact we have a chapter on each of the major cloud providers (AWS, Azure and GCP) where we talk about their differentiating services. So take a look at the book outline too on amazon.com for more details.

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Kamal Arora
 
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So what's the difference between a site that does private cloud like cloudtrek.com, and aws? Is it that amazon is used by everyone? I'm building a project that needs lots of cores/ram/storage and wondering which route to go down.
 
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