Real, reproducible benchmarks of real workloads on public clouds... check.
With public infrastructure services now mainstream, the real question isn't if you should be using the cloud, it's which cloud, and for which workloads. A lot of that is policy - contracts, security, jurisdictions. But a lot of it is pure engineering economics - how much bang are you going to get for your buck on each cloud.cloud-benchmarking.org
is a public repository of reproducible benchmarks for popular workloads. It's unusual in that the workloads are defined as usable juju charms; that means you can spin them up from scratch at scale yourself, you can trust that the results will reflect your actual usage, and there are no little gotchas encoded in special images that are hand-tuned and unrealistic. You genuinely can spin up the same topology of services at scale on any cloud you might care about, and verify the results yourself. Then you can share your results and add to the pool of public knowledge about real workload performance across the public infrastructure services.
Awesome, useful work.