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Likelihood to Recommend

Amazon Web Services

AWS is a very scalable Platform as a Service (PaaS) -- making it usefull for all sizes. With AWS the failover model can be complicated in terms of selecting the right option for you. Failover within a distribution center is one level, while zone level fail over is a larger one. Be sure to understand your capability needs and discuss with AWS these different choices.
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Azuqua

It is suited to track things that have multiple factors influencing it. It works well with more complicated KPI tracking requests. It works well with trying to aggregate things that move over space and time.It is less appropriate for easier tracking items where Smartsheet notifications is a more straight forward option.
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Feature Rating Comparison

Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS)

Amazon Web Services
8.4
Azuqua
Service-level Agreement (SLA) uptime
Amazon Web Services
8.7
Azuqua
Dynamic scaling
Amazon Web Services
8.9
Azuqua
Elastic load balancing
Amazon Web Services
9.0
Azuqua
Pre-configured templates
Amazon Web Services
7.7
Azuqua
Monitoring tools
Amazon Web Services
7.9
Azuqua
Pre-defined machine images
Amazon Web Services
7.9
Azuqua
Operating system support
Amazon Web Services
8.5
Azuqua
Security controls
Amazon Web Services
8.2
Azuqua

Cloud Data Integration

Amazon Web Services
Azuqua
7.1
Pre-built connectors
Amazon Web Services
Azuqua
7.2
Connector modification
Amazon Web Services
Azuqua
7.1
Support for real-time and batch integration
Amazon Web Services
Azuqua
7.4
Data quality services
Amazon Web Services
Azuqua
7.0
Data security features
Amazon Web Services
Azuqua
7.5
Monitoring console
Amazon Web Services
Azuqua
6.4

Pros

  • I love how clean the S3 interface is as well as being well laid out and easy to organize. It's simple and effective and allows me to do my post-weekend tasks easily and quickly. I'm a nerd for organization and this software hits the spot! I honestly don't have more to comment because it's not complicated, just a few clicks and violá!
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  • Easy to create API connections without coding background
  • Powerful logic capabilities to create complex if/then systems
  • Ability to have raw HTTP API connections negating the need for a specific custom plugin for a service. As long as the service has an API connection, most likely you can utilize it.
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Cons

  • Account management. If you manage many accounts AWS, management can become somewhat disorganized, as AWS does not offer many tools for internal control.
  • It has many tools at your disposal, but you may not know them all. They could see how to promote and introduce the tools that you use less to display its advantages.
  • It could extend free trial accounts indefinitely in exchange for advertising or something like that. Some users complain when the free trial ends and charge them without notice.
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  • Better failure notification system. Hard to get alerted immediately when connections fail. Takes some digging to find the reasons for failure and then restart the workflow.
  • Better way to modify pre-existing workflows. Really needs a way to copy "cards" so that one isn't manually duplicating workflows from scratch.
  • Better FLO management system. FLOs are lumped into one folder. Would benefit from subfolder organization.
  • Pricing plan unbalanced between price per FLO, per table, and per user.
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Likelihood to Renew

Amazon Web Services9.4
Based on 10 answers
Support at AWS is great! The cost is low. Their business model is sound. They tend to benefit us.
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Usability

Amazon Web Services9.0
Based on 3 answers
Easy to use/learning curve. If you are new to the use of cloud storage, AWS is your entry point. If you have experience in that field, AWS is the way to go.
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Reliability and Availability

Amazon Web Services9.0
Based on 1 answer
Availability is very good, with the exception of occasional spectacular outages.
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Performance

AWS does not provide the raw performance that you can get by building your own custom infrastructure. However, it is often the case that the benefits of specialized, high-performance hardware do not necessarily outweigh the significant extra cost and risk. Performance as perceived by the user is very different from raw throughput.
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Support

Amazon Web Services3.0
Based on 3 answers
unless you paid the premium, no support at all
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Implementation

Amazon Web Services10.0
Based on 3 answers
The API's were very well documented and was Janova's main point of entry into the services.
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Alternatives Considered

We like the platform agnostic approach. At the time we selected it (some years back), the security standard was higher and the price point was lower, and the global reach was at least as strong. It was very easy to get started. For our business, we also looked at Akamai and Vimeo, since we are video based, but they did not offer anywhere near the PaaS suite that AWS did.
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None, Azuqua seemed to do what we needed.
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Return on Investment

  • Really it allows us to manage our own infrastructure with ease and flexibility, but it a hosted environment with unbounded technical support
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  • scaling processes
  • time savings from manual entry
  • creative thinking for process solutions
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Pricing Details

Amazon Web Services

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
Additional Pricing Details

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Azuqua

General
Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Yes
Entry-level set up fee?
Optional
Additional Pricing Details
Azuqua’s pricing is built for scale and is based on the number of FLOs (automations or integrations) that are turned on. There isn’t a limit to the number of applications you can connect in a FLO or on the number of executions, so there is always room to grow. For more information on pricing, visit www.azuqua.com/pricing.

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