When you choose among the Big 3 public cloud providers, is network performance all the same? No.
Public cloud and multi-cloud buyers need to be aware of network performance characteristics before they start spinning up workloads because the end user impact is measurable.
Sponsor ThousandEyes joins us to explain public cloud network performance. We discuss the company’s new multi-cloud monitoring service, and then review the “2018 Public Cloud Performance Benchmark Report” that breaks down the network latency and jitter numbers for AWS, Azure, and GCP.
*Please note that at the time we recorded the podcast, Google was the first of the big three public cloud providers to offer a tiered network service that leveraged its own private backbone. After the recording, AWS announced Global Accelerator, an add-on service that uses AWS’s own network to “intelligently route traffic to the endpoint that provides the best application performance.”
2018 Public Cloud Performance Benchmark Report – ThousandEyes