DZone’s Definite Guide to Cloud Providers featuring Kii

Have you ever tried sifting through the hundreds of cloud solutions available in today’s market?

There are so many categories of cloud providers that it’s hard to know if you’re researching the right one’s for your use case.

So how do you distinguish the contenders from the pretenders? Even if you have nailed down the type of cloud provider you need, you’re still facing a litany of
choices. The cost and time savings of choosing the right cloud provider can revolutionize your business and drive significant new profit, but the selection process is daunting.

Here at Kii of course we would prefer that you choose our platform but we strongly believe that a variety of players in the ecosystem is good for you (more choices, more competition) and that it’s important to make an informed decision.

The guys at DZone observed many developers and IT professionals struggling to find the right solution for their organization, so they decided to mount this unprecedented research project to create a definitive guide to cloud providers.

The result is DZone’s Definitive Guide to Cloud Providers (

  • 100 Pages of Cloud Solution Analysis
  • 9 Categories of PaaS and IaaS Analyzed and Compared
  • 35+ of the Most Active Cloud Solutions and Their Feature Sets
  • Research from 400+ IT Professionals on Cloud Preferences
  • Featuring Kii side-by-side with other players

This is of course a comparison guide that might help you compare some features and capabilities but we encourage you to actually try out the platforms that you’re evaluating. If you have Kii specific questions don’t hesitate to send us a message via the Feedback/Support tab on the right side of (after you log in).

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  • Kii IoT platform enables customers to create smart, connected solutions and services
  • Long track record of supporting customers like Docomo, Toshiba, Kyocera and many others
  • Strong ecosystem partners across the globe, consisting of carriers, device/sensor manufacturers, system integrators, network/infrastructure providers, chip vendors and solution developers
  • HQ in Tokyo, US HQ in Silicon Valley & offices in China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Europe (UK, Spain, Germany)