3 Handy Cloud Computing Price Comparison Engines

3 Handy Cloud Computing Price Comparison Engines

We’ve researched a number of sites for the best cloud specific price comparison search engines.  And we’ve come up with 3 of them which should help you in determining the best service for the best price.

If you run a small, medium or large business you should be able to break down what you’re looking for with these 3 price engines.

FindTheBest

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FindTheBest offers a plethora of search options. It has advanced search features as well as a side-by-side comparison. For example take a look at the: Rackspace Vs Amazon EC2 for a service breakdown.

 

Servdex

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Servdex has a very nice layout and is extremely easy to use.  We really like this for the simple jQuery slider options which produce search results instantaneously.

 

Cloudsurfing

 

Cloudsurfing is very similar to FindTheBest in that it offers a side-by-side comparison and rating system.  It has a good selection of cloud service providers and is recommended.

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  1. Anonymous says

    These sites are a good starting point, but they dont really look at the system, they look at components of a system.

    http://www.ShopForCloud.com looks at the system and its costs rather than just parts of the system. For example, if you have a storage unit in AWS, you will pay for the storage as well as data in and data out. These costs might be quite important depending on your system.

    Check us out at ShopForCloud.com. Would love to know your thoughts on the tool.

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