Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a platform that offers flexible, reliable, scalable, easy-to-use, and cost-effective cloud computing solutions.
AWS cloud computing platform offers a massive collection of cloud services that build up a fully-fledged platform. It is known as a powerhouse of storage, databases, analytics, networking, and deployment/delivery options offered to developers.
Google launched the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) in 2011. This cloud computing platform helps a business to grow and thrive. It also helps you to take advantage of Google's infrastructure and providing them with services that is intelligent, secure, and highly flexible.
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Google Cloud is a suite of Google's public cloud computing resources & services whereas AWS is a secure cloud service developed and managed by Amazon.
Google Cloud offers Google Cloud Storage, while AWS offers Amazon Simple Storage Services.
In Google cloud services, data transmission is a fully encrypted format on the other hand, in AWS, data transmission is in the general format.
Google Cloud volume size is 1 GB to 64 TB while AWS volume size is 500 GB to 16 TB.
Google Cloud provides backup services, but AWS offers cloud-based disaster recovery services.