Compare Google App Engine vs IBM Cloud Virtual Servers

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comparison of Google App Engine vs. IBM Cloud Virtual Servers
based on data from user reviews. Google App Engine rates 3.9/5 stars with 74 reviews. IBM Cloud Virtual Servers rates 3.7/5 stars with 19 reviews. Each product's score is calculated by real-time data from verified user reviews.

Meets RequirementsSee More
Meets RequirementsSee More
8.1
(Based on 67 reviews)
8.2
(Based on 18 reviews)
Ease of UseSee More
Ease of UseSee More
7.8
(Based on 67 reviews)
8.2
(Based on 18 reviews)
Ease of SetupSee More
Ease of SetupSee More
8.2
(Based on 39 reviews)
9.0
(Based on 9 reviews)
Ease of AdminSee More
Ease of AdminSee More
8.3
(Based on 39 reviews)
8.3
(Based on 9 reviews)
Quality of SupportSee More
Quality of SupportSee More
7.1
(Based on 61 reviews)
7.3
(Based on 18 reviews)
Ease of Doing Business WithSee More
Ease of Doing Business WithSee More
7.6
(Based on 35 reviews)
8.0
(Based on 9 reviews)
Product Direction (% positive)See More
Product Direction (% positive)See More
7.1
(Based on 65 reviews)
5.3
(Based on 18 reviews)
Small-Business (50 or fewer emp.)
Small-Business
(50 or fewer emp.)
54.8%
31.6%
Mid-Market (51-1000 emp.)
Mid-Market
(51-1000 emp.)
21.9%
21.1%
Enterprise (> 1000 emp.)
Enterprise
(> 1000 emp.)
23.3%
47.4%
 
Information Technology and Services
14.9%
Information Technology and Services
22.2%
 
Computer Software
10.3%
Computer Software
11.1%
 
Telecommunications
9.2%
Internet
11.1%
 
Internet
8.0%
Logistics and Supply Chain
7.4%
 
Financial Services
5.7%
Financial Services
7.4%
 
Other
51.7%
Other
40.7%
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Ahmed A.
User in Wireless

Very minimal administration required. Easy configuration for auto-scaling. Google Cloud Endpoint makes it very easy to integrate mobile apps to the server REST APIs. Task queues make it very easy to execute long asynchronous tasks without having to...

Michal K.
Consultant in Information Technology and Services

IBM Bluemix is based on Cloud Foundry, an open PaaS (platform as a service) to provide customers a choice of clouds. A PaaS model allows developers to focus on writing code since all infrastructure including the application servers are provided. This...

Most Helpful Critical Review
Most Helpful Critical Review
Manu C.
Consultant in Telecommunications

Nohting, all is well, product works well

Vivek B.
User in Information Technology and Services

I think the price would be the issue because most of the company offering the same

 
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