Se ha denunciado esta presentación.
Utilizamos tu perfil de LinkedIn y tus datos de actividad para personalizar los anuncios y mostrarte publicidad más relevante. Puedes cambiar tus preferencias de publicidad en cualquier momento.

Cloud Price Comparison - AWS vs Azure vs Google

6.687 visualizaciones

Publicado el

Cloud pricing is complicated. It can be difficult to compare cloud prices because providers offer different pricing models, unique discounting options, frequent price cuts, and promises to match prices. We sort through the noise and provide a reality check on which providers have the lowest-cost compute and storage options and in which circumstances.

Publicado en: Tecnología

Cloud Price Comparison - AWS vs Azure vs Google

  1. 1. CLOUD PRICE COMPARISON: AWS VS AZURE VS GOOGLE CLOUD
  2. 2. • Kim Weins • VP Marketing, RightScale • Brian Adler • Director, Enterprise Architecture, RightScale Speakers
  3. 3. • Comparing Compute – typically 80% of your spend • Comparing Storage • Use Case Comparison • Takeaways Agenda
  4. 4. UNDERSTANDING CLOUD DISCOUNT OPTIONS
  5. 5. AWS RIs Azure EA Google SUDs Length of commitment 1 or 3 years 3 years (volume can increase over time) No commitment Range of discount levels 1 yr 24-58% 3 yr 32-75% 15-45% Up to 30% total for running 100% of month % of time instance must run to save Breakeven 25%-76% Depends 25% for first level of discount Payment terms Choose mix of upfront and monthly Varying payment terms to spread out, defer or ramp payments End of month Other documented programs Volume RI discount starting at $500K; Can also consider Spot and Defined Duration Spot; Per minute billing; Open Volume Licensing through resellers Sub-hour billing (minimum of 10 minutes) Comparing Discount Options by Cloud
  6. 6. About AWS Reserved Instances (RI) RI price points and discounts are different for every region, instance type and OS ! Types of Reserved Instances No Upfront Partial Upfront All Upfront Savings for 1-Year Standard RIs (Linux) $0.095 29% discount $0.083 38% discount $0.081 39% discount Savings for 3-Year Convertible RIs (Linux) $0.086 35% discount $0.075 44% discount $0.073 45% discount Savings for 3-Year Standard RIs (Linux) N/A $0.056 58% discount $0.052 61% discount Hours Billed 24 hrs a day 24 hrs a day 24 hrs a day Based on m3.large with Linux in us-east On-demand price is $0.133 per hour
  7. 7. • 3 year commitment • Minimum 500 devices/users • Discount varies (15-45%) with commitment tier • Add Servers and Cloud Enrollment • Commit to a tier of usage that drives the discount • Ability to increase usage over time at same discount • “True up” each year About Azure Enterprise Agreements (EA)
  8. 8. About Google Sustained Use Discount (SUD) • No commitment. The more you use an instance family during the month, the higher the discount. Usage Level % of Billing Cycle Incremental Rate % of On-Demand Baseline Sample Rate n1-standard-1 Total Cost 0-25% 100% $0.050 $9.00 25-50% 80% $0.040 $7.20 50-75% 60% $0.030 $5.40 75-100% 40% $0.020 $3.60 Monthly Cost at 100% usage 30% discount $25.20
  9. 9. Google SUD uses “Inferred Instances” Source: Google
  10. 10. COMPUTE PRICING
  11. 11. Resource Type (us-east, Linux) AWS Instance AWS Memory AWS Storage Azure Instance Azure Memory Azure Storage Google Instance Google Memory Google Storage Standard 2 vCPU w SSD m3.large 8 32 D2 v2 7 100 n1-standard-2 7.5 375 Standard 2 vCPU no SSD m4.large 8 0 D2 v2 7 100 n1-standard-2 7.5 0 Highmem 2 vCPU w SSD r3.large 15 32 D11 v2 14 100 n1-highmem-2 13 375 Highmem 2 vCPU no SSD r3.large 15 32 D11 v2 14 100 n1-highmem-2 13 0 Highcpu 2 vCPU w SSD c3.large 3.75 32 F2 4 32 n1-highcpu-2 1.8 375 Highcpu 2 vCPU no SSD c4.large 3.75 0 F2 4 32 n1-highcpu-2 1.8 0 AWS vs. Azure vs. Google Instance Types Source: RightScaleAs of Oct 25, 2016
  12. 12. Resource Type (us-east, Linux) AWS Instance AWS Memory AWS Storage Azure Instance Azure Memory Azure Storage Google Instance Google Memory Google Storage Standard 2 vCPU w SSD m3.large 8 32 D2 v2 7 100 n1-standard-2 7.5 375 Standard 2 vCPU no SSD m4.large 8 0 D2 v2 7 100 n1-standard-2 7.5 0 Highmem 2 vCPU w SSD r3.large 15 32 D11 v2 14 100 n1-highmem-2 13 375 Highmem 2 vCPU no SSD r3.large 15 32 D11 v2 14 100 n1-highmem-2 13 0 Highcpu 2 vCPU w SSD c3.large 3.75 32 F2 4 32 n1-highcpu-2 1.8 375 Highcpu 2 vCPU no SSD c4.large 3.75 0 F2 4 32 n1-highcpu-2 1.8 0 AWS vs. Azure vs. Google Instance Types Source: RightScaleAs of Oct 25, 2016 AWS has families with and without SSD
  13. 13. Resource Type (us-east, Linux) AWS Instance AWS Memory AWS Storage Azure Instance Azure Memory Azure Storage Google Instance Google Memory Google Storage Standard 2 vCPU w SSD m3.large 8 32 D2 v2 7 100 n1-standard-2 7.5 375 Standard 2 vCPU no SSD m4.large 8 0 D2 v2 7 100 n1-standard-2 7.5 0 Highmem 2 vCPU w SSD r3.large 15 32 D11 v2 14 100 n1-highmem-2 13 375 Highmem 2 vCPU no SSD r3.large 15 32 D11 v2 14 100 n1-highmem-2 13 0 Highcpu 2 vCPU w SSD c3.large 3.75 32 F2 4 32 n1-highcpu-2 1.8 375 Highcpu 2 vCPU no SSD c4.large 3.75 0 F2 4 32 n1-highcpu-2 1.8 0 AWS vs. Azure vs. Google Instance Types Source: RightScaleAs of Oct 25, 2016 Azure always provides local SSD
  14. 14. Resource Type (us-east, Linux) AWS Instance AWS Memory AWS Storage Azure Instance Azure Memory Azure Storage Google Instance Google Memory Google Storage Standard 2 vCPU w SSD m3.large 8 32 D2 v2 7 100 n1-standard-2 7.5 375 Standard 2 vCPU no SSD m4.large 8 0 D2 v2 7 100 n1-standard-2 7.5 0 Highmem 2 vCPU w SSD r3.large 15 32 D11 v2 14 100 n1-highmem-2 13 375 Highmem 2 vCPU no SSD r3.large 15 32 D11 v2 14 100 n1-highmem-2 13 0 Highcpu 2 vCPU w SSD c3.large 3.75 32 F2 4 32 n1-highcpu-2 1.8 375 Highcpu 2 vCPU no SSD c4.large 3.75 0 F2 4 32 n1-highcpu-2 1.8 0 AWS vs. Azure vs. Google Instance Types Source: RightScaleAs of Oct 25, 2016 Google lets you add on local SSD but min is 375 GB
  15. 15. Resource Type (us-east, Linux) AWS Instance AWS OD Hourly AWS /GB RAM Azure Instance Azure OD Hourly Azure /GB RAM Google Instance Google OD Hourly Google /GB RAM Standard 2 vCPU w SSD m3.large $0.133 $0.017 D2 v2 $0.114 $0.016 n1-standard-2 $0.212 $0.028 Standard 2 vCPU no SSD m4.large $0.120 $0.015 D2 v2 $0.114 $0.016 n1-standard-2 $0.100 $0.013 Highmem 2 vCPU w SSD r3.large $0.166 $0.011 D11 v2 $0.149 $0.011 n1-highmem-2 $0.238 $0.018 Highmem 2 vCPU no SSD r3.large $0.166 $0.011 D11 v2 $0.149 $0.011 n1-highmem-2 $0.126 $0.010 Highcpu 2 vCPU w SSD c3.large $0.105 $0.028 F2 $0.099 $0.025 n1-highcpu-2 $0.188 $0.104 Highcpu 2 vCPU no SSD c4.large $0.105 $0.028 F2 $0.099 $0.025 n1-highcpu-2 $0.076 $0.042 AWS vs. Azure vs. Google On-Demand Prices Source: RightScaleAs of Oct 25, 2016
  16. 16. Resource Type (us-east, Linux) AWS Instance AWS OD Hourly AWS /GB RAM Azure Instance Azure OD Hourly Azure /GB RAM Google Instance Google OD Hourly Google /GB RAM Standard 2 vCPU w SSD m3.large $0.133 $0.017 D2 v2 $0.114 $0.016 n1-standard-2 $0.212 $0.028 Standard 2 vCPU no SSD m4.large $0.120 $0.015 D2 v2 $0.114 $0.016 n1-standard-2 $0.100 $0.013 Highmem 2 vCPU w SSD r3.large $0.166 $0.011 D11 v2 $0.149 $0.011 n1-highmem-2 $0.238 $0.018 Highmem 2 vCPU no SSD r3.large $0.166 $0.011 D11 v2 $0.149 $0.011 n1-highmem-2 $0.126 $0.010 Highcpu 2 vCPU w SSD c3.large $0.105 $0.028 F2 $0.099 $0.025 n1-highcpu-2 $0.188 $0.104 Highcpu 2 vCPU no SSD c4.large $0.105 $0.028 F2 $0.099 $0.025 n1-highcpu-2 $0.076 $0.042 AWS vs. Azure vs. Google On-Demand Prices Source: RightScaleAs of Oct 25, 2016 Lowest Highest
  17. 17. Resource Type (us-east, Linux) AWS Instance AWS 1Y RI No Upfront Annual AWS /GB RAM Azure Instance Azure EA 30% Annual Azure /GB RAM Google Instance Google 100% SUD Annual Google /GB RAM Standard 2 vCPU w SSD m3.large $832.20 $104.03 D2 v2 $699.05 $99.86 n1-standard-2 $1,594.20 $212.56 Standard 2 vCPU no SSD m4.large $727.08 $90.89 D2 v2 $699.05 $99.86 n1-standard-2 $613.20 $81.76 Highmem 2 vCPU w SSD r3.large $919.80 $61.32 D11 v2 $913.67 $65.26 n1-highmem-2 $1,753.63 $134.89 Highmem 2 vCPU no SSD r3.large $919.80 $61.32 D11 v2 $913.67 $65.26 n1-highmem-2 $772.63 $59.43 Highcpu 2 vCPU w SSD c3.large $639.48 $170.53 F2 $607.07 $151.77 n1-highcpu-2 $1,447.03 $803.91 Highcpu 2 vCPU no SSD c4.large $683.28 $182.21 F2 $607.07 $151.77 n1-highcpu-2 $466.03 $258.91 AWS vs. Azure vs. Google Discounted / Year Source: RightScaleAs of Oct 25, 2016
  18. 18. Resource Type (us-east, Linux) AWS Instance AWS 1Y RI No Upfront Annual AWS /GB RAM Azure Instance Azure EA 30% Annual Azure /GB RAM Google Instance Google 100% SUD Annual Google /GB RAM Standard 2 vCPU w SSD m3.large $832.20 $104.03 D2 v2 $699.05 $99.86 n1-standard-2 $1,594.20 $212.56 Standard 2 vCPU no SSD m4.large $727.08 $90.89 D2 v2 $699.05 $99.86 n1-standard-2 $613.20 $81.76 Highmem 2 vCPU w SSD r3.large $919.80 $61.32 D11 v2 $913.67 $65.26 n1-highmem-2 $1,753.63 $134.89 Highmem 2 vCPU no SSD r3.large $919.80 $61.32 D11 v2 $913.67 $65.26 n1-highmem-2 $772.63 $59.43 Highcpu 2 vCPU w SSD c3.large $639.48 $170.53 F2 $607.07 $151.77 n1-highcpu-2 $1,447.03 $803.91 Highcpu 2 vCPU no SSD c4.large $683.28 $182.21 F2 $607.07 $151.77 n1-highcpu-2 $466.03 $258.91 AWS vs. Azure vs. Google Discounted / Year Source: RightScaleAs of Oct 25, 2016 Lowest Highest
  19. 19. $- $0.020 $0.040 $0.060 $0.080 $0.100 $0.120 $0.140 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43 45 47 49 51 53 55 57 59 AWS m4.large Azure D2 v2 GCE n1-standard-2 Impact of Per Minute Billing for <1hr workloads
  20. 20. $0.00 $0.50 $1.00 $1.50 $2.00 $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 0:30 1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 5:30 6:30 7:30 8:30 9:30 10:30 11:30 12:30 13:30 14:30 15:30 16:30 17:30 18:30 19:30 20:30 21:30 22:30 23:30 0:30 AWS m4.large Azure D2 v2 GCE n1-standard-2 >1hr: Hourly Rate Outweighs Per Minute
  21. 21. Costs by Region (no SSD)
  22. 22. Costs by Region (with SSD)
  23. 23. Similar Regions With Different Costs Cloud Provider Region Location Instance Size Cheaper Region Cheaper Location % savings AWS us-west-1 NorCal m3.large us-west-2 Oregon 14% AWS eu-central-1 Frankfurt m3.large eu-west-1 Ireland 8% AWS ap-southeast-1 Singapore m3.large ap-southeast-2 Sydney 5% AWS ap-northeast-1 Tokyo m4.large ap-northeast-2 Seoul 5% Azure East US Virginia D1v2 East US 2 Virginia 12% Azure N Central US Illinois D1v2 S or W Central US Texas 12% Azure Central US Iowa D1v2 S or W Central US Texas 12% Azure West US California D1v2 West US 2 12% Azure Canada Central Toronto D1v2 Canada East Quebec City 9% Azure West Europe Netherlands D1v2 North Europe Ireland 14% Azure East Asia Hong Kong D1v2 Southeast Asia Singapore 15% Azure Japan East Tokyo D1v2 Japan West Osaka 13% Azure Australia East NSW D1v2 Australia Southeast Victoria 7% Source: RightScaleAs of Oct 25, 2016
  24. 24. Linux vs. Windows
  25. 25. STORAGE
  26. 26. AWS AWS Azure Google Name of services EBS General Purpose EBS PIOPS Page blobs Persistent Disk SSD (per GB-month) $0.100 per GB-mo $.125 per GB-mo P10: 128 GB $0.140 P20: 512 GB $0.130 P30: 1024 GB $0.120 $0.170 per GB-mo PIOPS (per GB-month) Includes 3 IOPS/GB $0.065 Includes IOPS 500/2300/5000 Includes 30 IOPS/GB Scenario: 500GB SSD per month no IOPS requirement $50.00 500 GB /1500 IOPs Not needed $66.56 (P20) 512 GB / 2300 IOPs $85.00 500 GB / 15,000 IOPS Scenario: 500GB SSD per month 2000 IOPS $66.70 667 GB / 2001 IOPs Not needed $66.56 (P20) 512 GB / 2300 IOPs $85.00 500 GB / 15,000 IOPS Block Storage (SSD) Source: RightScaleAs of Oct 25, 2016
  27. 27. $50.00 $66.70$66.56 $66.56 $85.00 $85.00 $- $20.00 $40.00 $60.00 $80.00 $100.00 SSD (500GB) SSD (500GB, 2000 IOPs) AWS EBS Azure Premium Storage Google Persistent Disk Block Storage Comparison
  28. 28. AWS Azure Google Name of services S3 Block Blob Storage Cloud Storage Standard access within region replication 1000 GB stored $0.030 /GB-mo $30.00 per month $0.020 /GB-mo $20.00 per month $0.020 /GB-mo $20.00 per month Standard access across region replication 1000 GB stored 1000 GB transferred $0.06 /GB-mo $0.010 /GB transferred $70.00 per month $0.050 /GB-mo $0.020 /GB transferred $70.00 per month $0.026 /GB-mo $0.010 /GB transferred $36.00 per month Infrequent access within region replication 1000 GB stored $0.0125 /GB-mo $12.50 per month $0.010 /GB-mo $10.00 per month $0.010 /GB-mo $10.00 per month Storage Source: RightScaleAs of Oct 25, 2016
  29. 29. $30.00 $70.00 $12.50 $20.00 $70.00 $10.00 $20.00 $36.00 $10.00 $- $10.00 $20.00 $30.00 $40.00 $50.00 $60.00 $70.00 $80.00 Std access Std access multi-region Infrequent access AWS S3 Azure Blob Storage Google Cloud Storage Block Storage Comparison
  30. 30. USE CASE SCENARIO
  31. 31. AWS Azure Google Load Balancers (2) m3.medium 1 vCPU / 3.75 RAM / 4 Disk D1 v2 1 vCPU / 3.5 RAM / 50 Disk n1-standard-1 1 vCPU / 3.75 RAM Application Servers (3) m4.large 2 vCPU / 8 RAM D2 v2 2 vCPU / 7 RAM / 100 Disk n1-standard-2 2 vCPU / 7.5 RAM DB Master + 2 Slaves (3) r3.xlarge 4 vCPU / 30.5 RAM / 80 Disk D12 v2 4 vCPU / 28 RAM / 200 Disk n1-highmem-4 4 vCPU / 26 RAM Storage (500 GB SSD) EBS Page Blob Persistent Disk Discount 1yr No Upfront RI 30% EA 100% SUD Use Case: 3-Tier HA/DR Scenario Source: RightScaleAs of Oct 25, 2016
  32. 32. AWS Azure Google Load Balancers (2) $98.10 $84.82 $73.00 Application Servers (3) $263.52 $254.45 $219.00 DB Master + 2 Slaves (3) $731.28 $667.37 $554.80 Storage (3*500 GB SSD) $150.00 $199.68 $256.16 Discount 1yr No Upfront RI 30% EA 100% SUD Total Cost On-Demand $1242.90 $1206.31 $1102.96 Total Cost Discounted $859.56 $844.42 $845.72 Use Case: 3-Tier HA/DR Scenario Source: RightScaleAs of Oct 25, 2016
  33. 33. • Lowest cost depends on • Your use case • Amount and Type of RIs you are buying on AWS • Your level of EA discount on Azure • AWS often provides more flexible options • Instances with or without local storage, storage with or without PIOPs • Partial/All Upfront 1yr RIs or 3 yr RIs or can save more • Azure IS generally matching or beating AWS On-Demand prices • Your level of EA discount makes a big difference in your discounted costs • Google makes it dead simple with SUDs • Is often the lowest cost – 10% lower in our 3-tier use case • Savings are greater if you are not using RIs or don’t have MSFT EA Takeaways
  34. 34. Monthly Spend Savings Identified Customer #1 $200,000 44% Customer #2 $26,000 40% Customer #3 $46,000 33% Customer #4 $19,000 34% Customer #5 $137,000 20% Opportunity to Optimize May Be Even Larger Typical Savings Opportunities = 30-45% of spend.
  35. 35. • Need help optimizing cloud costs? • sales@rightscale.com Q&A

×