Google Cloud vs AWS Performance (Comparing the Giants)


#1

Hello there!

For Indian region, I am going to compare two biggest Cloud services performance. Let’s see which is the fastest?

  • Amazon
  • Google

Waterfall

Left: Amazon, Right: Google

Summary

Winner: Amazon Cloud
Ref: https://gtmetrix.com/compare/LoYSbkd7/11R8qLSq

Meta

Let me know what do you think about this.

Thanks & Regards,
Gulshan


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#2

DNS in this sense is the client DNS or The Domain DNS?


#3

I have written in sense of Domain DNS provider that’s Google Cloud.


#4

Ok here is a fun experiment to try out!

Check out the resolving matrices for the following provides and keep everything else to the constant:

DNS Provider:
#1 Domain Registrar’s DNS
#2 Cloudflare with Grey cloud
#3 Cloudflare with Orange cloud
#4 Google Cloud
#5 Amazon Route53

Other Specs should be kept constant and probably away from the default of using either:
Hosting plan from Domain registrar, Google or amazon cloud, CDN acceleration with cloudflare.


#5

Have a look :slight_smile:


#7

I have seen that topic and it felt incomplete to me. Probably because it didn’t had any matrices for Route53 and the Default DNS options offered by bigrock or godaddy.


#8

I have done Rout53 test also. If you are using Bigrock default nameserver, we can do right now :slight_smile:


#10

I don’t use bigrock DNS basically for their long TTLs and slow resolve times.

In my personal view, I find Route53 the Best option because of their redundancy and ability to merge well with the AWS Aliases.

For everything else, I’ve been a huge fan of cloudflare because of their crazy fast resolution times.

Google cloud is as Good if not better than Microsoft’s Azure DNS and Amazon’s Route53


#17

It depends on situation, in general I am also fan of CF DNS.


#21

Of course, Cloudflare DNS if you are using Bigrock.


#22

No doubt, Amazon AWS is best :heart_eyes:


#24

Nice! :slight_smile:

@GulshanKumar You have done this Comparison with W3 Total Cache Plugin installed or without it? Thanks!


#25

Before doing test, equally at both instance…


#27

:thinking::thinking::thinking:

What are you exactly looking for?


#29

Check this.

https://www.a2hosting.in/vps-hosting/unmanaged/configure


#31

BTW your Html consumes 4TB Bandwidth??
This can be further reduce to 85$ when you choose 2TB you can use CDN ?


#33

Are you using CDN ? :thinking:


#35

Then 4TB is good choice


#37

Are you considering vultr 60$ plan… looks good to me. From my experience Very high CPU also won’t help… If Network Latency is bottelneck.


#38

Go for AWS. The 2VCPU of AWS is more powerful than the 4VCPU of Vultr, in my tests.

I didn’t like GCE.