AWS has been vocal about their preference for Google Cloud Platform (GCP) for years. For example, AWS Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Werner Vogels stated in 2015 that AWS uses “GCP more than any other platform” and that AWS customers are “doing a lot of their own compute on GCP.
” Furthermore, AWS has open sourced a number of components of their platform that are hosted on GCP, such as the Lambda compute service and the S3 storage service.
However, AWS does not use GCP exclusively. AWS also uses Microsoft Azure, IBM Cloud, and Oracle Cloud.
In addition, AWS also has a number of partnerships with other cloud providers, such as Amazon Web Services Japan and Microsoft Azure China.
So, does AWS use GCP more than any other platform? It’s difficult to say for certain, as AWS does use a number of other platforms. However, based on the evidence, it seems that AWS is more reliant on GCP than the other platforms.