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A list of major cloud service providers and free resources available

Harendra Kumar Kanojiya
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GCP (Google Cloud Platform)

GCP (Google Cloud Platform)
App Engine – 28 frontend instance hours per day, 9 backend instance hours per day
Cloud Firestore – 1GB storage, 50,000 reads, 20,000 writes, 20,000 deletes per day
Compute Engine – 1 non-preemptible f1-micro, 30GB HDD, 5GB snapshot storage (restricted to certain regions), 1 GB network egress from North America to all-region destinations (excluding China and Australia) per month
Cloud Storage – 5GB, 1GB network egress
Cloud Shell – Web-based Linux shell/basic IDE with 5GB of persistent storage. 60 hours limit per week
Cloud Pub/Sub – 10GB of messages per month
Cloud Functions – 2 million invocations per month (includes both background and HTTP invocations)
Cloud Run – 2 million requests per month, 360,000 GB-seconds memory, 180,000 vCPU- seconds of computing time, 1 GB network egress from North America per month
Google Kubernetes Engine – No cluster management fee for one zonal cluster. Each user node is charged at standard Compute Engine pricing
– 1 TB of querying per month, 10 GB of storage each month
Cloud Build – 120 build-minutes per day
Cloud Source Repositories – Up to 5 Users, 50 GB Storage, 50 GB Egress
Full, detailed list

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AWS (Amazon Web Services)

AWS (Amazon Web Services)
Amazon DynamoDB – 25GB NoSQL DB
Amazon Lambda – 1 Million requests per month
Amazon SNS – 1 million publishes per month
Amazon Cloudwatch – 10 custom metrics and 10 alarms
Amazon Glacier – 10GB long-term object storage
Amazon SQS – 1 million messaging queue requests
Amazon CodeBuild – 100min of build time per month
Amazon Code Commit – 5 active users per month
Amazon Code Pipeline – 1 active pipeline per month
Full, detailed list

Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure
Virtual Machines – 1 B1S Linux VM, 1 B1S Windows VM
App Service – 10 web, mobile or API apps
Functions – 1 million requests per month
DevTest Labs – Enable fast, easy, and lean dev-test environments
Active Directory – 500,000 objects
Active Directory B2C – 50,000 monthly stored users
Azure DevOps – 5 active users, unlimited private Git Repos
Azure Pipelines — 10 free parallel jobs with unlimited minutes for open source for Linux, macOS, and Windows
Microsoft IoT Hub – 8,000 messages per day
Load Balancer – 1 free public load balanced IP (VIP)
Notification Hubs – 1 million push notifications
Bandwidth – 5GB egress per month
Cosmos DB – 5GB storage and 400 RUs of provisioned throughput
Static Web Apps — Build, deploy and host static apps and serverless functions, with free SSL, Authentication/Authorization, and custom domains
Storage – 5GB LRS File or Blob storage
Cognitive Services – AI/ML APIs (Computer Vision, Translator, Face detection, Bots…) with free tier including limited transactions
Cognitive Search – AI-based search and indexation service, free for 10,000 documents
Azure Kubernetes Service – Managed Kubernetes service, free cluster management
Event Grid – 100K ops/month
Full, detailed list

Oracle Cloud

Oracle Cloud
Compute – 2 VM.Standard.E2.1.Micro 1GB RAM
Block Volume – 2 volumes, 100 GB total (used for compute)
Object Storage – 10 GB
Load balancer – 1 instance with 10 Mbps
Databases – 2 DBs, 20 GB each
Monitoring – 500 million ingestion data points, 1 billion retrieval datapoints
Bandwidth – 10TB egress per month, speed limited to 5Mbps
Notifications – 1 million delivery options per month, 1000 emails sent per month
Full, detailed list

IBM Cloud

IBM Cloud
Cloud Functions – 5 million executions per month
Object Storage – 25GB per month
Cloudant database – 1 GB of data storage
Db2 database – 100MB of data storage
API Connect – 50,000 API calls per month
Availability Monitoring – 3 million data points per month
Log Analysis – 500MB of daily log
Full, detailed list

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