Google Cloud Run vs Zoho Catalyst: What are the differences?
Developers describe Google Cloud Run as "Run stateless HTTP containers on a fully managed environment or in your own GKE cluster". A managed compute platform that enables you to run stateless containers that are invocable via HTTP requests. It's serverless by abstracting away all infrastructure management. On the other hand, Zoho Catalyst is detailed as "Serverless development platform". It is a serverless development platform that helps developers build applications, APIs, microservices, and more with the help of serverless functions, databases, filestores, and other useful components and APIs.
Google Cloud Run and Zoho Catalyst can be primarily classified as "Serverless / Task Processing" tools.
Some of the features offered by Google Cloud Run are:
- Simple developer experience
- Fast autoscaling
On the other hand, Zoho Catalyst provides the following key features:
- Serverless Functions
- Serverless Relational database
- File storage
Run cloud service containers instead of cloud-native services
- Running containers means that your microservices are not "cooked" into a cloud provider's architecture.
- Moving from one cloud to the next means that you simply spin up new instances of your containers in the new cloud using that cloud's container service.
- Start redirecting your traffic to the new resources.
- Turn off the containers in the cloud you migrated from.