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Amazon rules the public cloud, but Google, Microsoft, Alibaba are growing faster

AWS3Jefferies analyst John DiFucci introduced a quarterly snapshot of public cloud services, and found that 7 large cloud-service providers are taking in about 86% of the revenue for public cloud services. For the infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) and platform-as-a-service (PaaS) segments, those seven companies, in order of booked revenue, are Amazon AWS, Microsoft, IBM, Alphabet (Google), Alibaba, Salesforce.com, and Oracle. DiFucci based his rankings on annualized revenue based on the company’s last quarterly report and compared that to 2017 estimates from research and advisory company Gartner. Of the seven companies, DiFucci said they generated $35.8 billion in IaaS/PaaS revenue, representing 54% year-over-year growth, compared with the $41.8 billion estimated market in 2017 by Gartner. The gist of this story is that while AWS is the cloud leader, if you factor in IaaS, PaaS and SaaS then Microsoft has the largest share at 31%. Read Wallace Witkowski’s MarketWatch article HERE.

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