First came Amazon, offering GPU-powered instances in its cloud back in 2010. Then, more recently, Microsoft Azure and IBM Softlayer each provided their versions of the same, albeit with different pricing structures and instance types.
Who’s left? Take a guess.
Starting next year, Google will offer GPU instances for both Google Compute Engine and Google Cloud Machine Learning users, with GPU profiles that complement both high-end number-crunching and more modest remote workstation computation loads.