Cloud Performance Benchmark

AWS, GCP, Azure, Alibaba and IBM Cloud.
Performance and connectivity put to the test.

The Cloud Performance Benchmark measures and compares network performance between the top five cloud providers—Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure, IBM Cloud and Alibaba Cloud.

Now in its second edition, this report breaks the mold of survey-based research and vendor-led reporting to provide a unique, unbiased third-party and metric-based perspective on public cloud performance as it relates to end-user experience.
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Here's Why You Should Read This Report

Gain Insights into
Global Performance

Cloud performance should not be a black box. Find out the strengths and weaknesses of the five major cloud vendors, and how they can impact your business globally.

Make Data-Driven
Cloud Decisions

Rely on data, not just your gut, to make confident decisions about your cloud-first investments. This report offers valuable metrics and insights along with best practices recommendations.

Leverage a
Comprehensive Dataset

Benefit from an in-depth analysis of over 320 million data points of global performance, inter-AZ, inter-region, broadband ISP and multi-cloud performance across AWS, GCP, Azure, Alibaba and IBM Cloud.
"This is a fascinating and must-read report for those of you using Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform (GCP), IBM Cloud or Alibaba Cloud to run important operational applications."
Paul Bevan Research Director, IT Infrastructure

Cloud State Live 2019–2020

Archana Kesavan, Director of Product Marketing at ThousandEyes, shares the findings from the industry's only research comparing global network performance and connectivity between the five major public cloud providers.
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