Google Cloud Platform (GCP) has proven itself time over time. They host anything, from very small startups to large enterprise clients, like Nintendo’s Pokemon GO, or basically any NFT marketplace.
Google Cloud Storage was first to introduce Interconnect.
Google Cloud Storage Interconnect facilitates cheap egress costs, from the storage to your CDN supplier. Which means that, when you put a CDN in front of your google cloud object storage, the egress traffic (from google to the CDN) will either be cheap or even free. Essentially, since you’re paying for the bandwidth on the CDN side as well, saving you money on needless costs.
|Cross Region Replication|
|S3 Compatible API|
|Management interfaces||Portal, CLI, REST api|
|Event hooks/pubsub||Yes, but only in combination with Google Firebase|
|SLA||Credits below 99.95%. That is 21 minutes of monthly downtime allowed without ability to claim credits|
|Maximum object filesize||5 TB|
|Minimum object filesize|
|Recommended max file count per bucket|
|Max filesize for a bucket||5 TB|
|Maximum amount of buckets||unlimited|
|Authentication / ACL|
|CDN integration||Yes, google’s storage solution ties into multiple CDNs and it’s covered by google’s own caching layer|
|Peering & interconnect||Leveraging Google’s Peering connections for fast delivery of content|
|Unsupported Paid Feature Supported Unknown|