Boca Raton, FL, April 14, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Databerry, a Boca Raton-based web marketing and cloud computing provider, has weighed in on Google's recent decision to slash prices across the board on its cloud computing services.
In late March at an event near its San Francisco headquarters, Google announced that it would be making huge drops in its pricing model for a variety of cloud services. Google Compute Engine, a virtual computer service, will see a price drop of 32 percent. The Google App Engine, a similar service, will have its pricing reduced in kind. Google Cloud Storage, the company's cloud hosting and storage platform, will be 68 percent cheaper. Google BigQuery will receive an 85 percent price cut.
"Users are trendy," said Databerry's Jared Haggerty. "As long as cloud computing remains the latest trend in internet resources and adapts user friendly interfaces and models as needed, the user flow will maintain as usual, if not grow beyond that. Google's price drop, while undoubtedly welcome to customers, won't do much to sway cloud users overall.”
Databerry is committed to providing its customers with a broad portfolio of cloud service solutions so customers can focus on managing their businesses, not on building their IT infrastructure.
Since 1999, the Databerry team has helped their clients find effective, affordable solutions for all of their business IT infrastructural needs. Between their expertise with software development, Oracle, and other technology services, Databerry has brought better marketing and improved IT functionality to all of its customers.