Various platforms for Cloud computing are available today. The table below includes the popular Cloud Computing platforms:
This is platform for the development of Force.com. This offers a user interface that is simple and helps users to log in, create an app and push it into the cloud.
CloudIQ platform from the Appistry is effective in providing an application runtime. It's a very useful medium to build scalable and service-oriented applications.
The AppScale is an open source platform for Google's App Engine apps.
The AT&T lets you access virtual servers and handles the infrastructure for virtualization. This system for virtualization software includes network, server, and storage.
The Engine Yard is a Cloud computing platform rail technology.
Enomaly provides platform for Infrastructure-as-a-Service.
The FlexiScale provides a cloud computing platform that makes cloud infrastructure flexible, scalable, and automated.
GCloud3 In its platform the GCloud3 provides private cloud solution.
The Gizmox Visual WebGUI platform is best suited for the development of new web apps and for the modernization of legacy ASP.net, DHTML, etc.
The GoGrid platform enables users to deploy cloud services on the web and the database..
The Google App Engine allows users to build, run and maintain their Google infrastructure applications.
The LongJump provides a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) for business applications.
The Microsoft Windows Azure is a cloud computing platform that offers an environment for creating cloud applications and services.
OrangeScape provides a Non-Programmer Platform-as-a-Service ( Paas). Building an app is as simple as creating a spreadsheet.
The RackSpace provides on-demand servers via a cloud-driven virtualized server platform.
The Amazon EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud) helps users to configure and monitor the capabilities of computing when running them on Amazon.