IaaS providers focus on global expansion, while vendors with remote work-enabling SaaS capitalize on demand

1Q20 Public Cloud Benchmark infographic

While Amazon Web Services (AWS) continues to dominate the public cloud IaaS market, its rivals continue to expand in the space and even collaborate to take market share. Microsoft and Oracle added a new data center interconnection in Amsterdam, deepening the ties between the vendors as they enable customers to run Oracle workloads on Azure and integrate workloads between the vendors’ clouds. TBR believes Microsoft and Oracle will continue to improve their competitive position against AWS as more data center interconnections are added. In addition, TBR expects Alibaba will become a growing threat to AWS and other U.S.-based vendors as it builds out data centers in APAC and EMEA.

Public cloud remains the largest and fastest growing segment of the cloud market. Changes in customer acceptance, data integrations and innovation have combined to sustain the rapid growth of public cloud adoption. The Public Cloud Benchmark details how hybrid deployments, new use cases for enterprise apps, and trends in emerging technology will make public cloud even more relevant in the future.

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