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AWS, Microsoft And Google Lead For IaaS and PaaS Revenue: Report

“Amazon and Microsoft have led the charge in terms of driving changes and aggressively growing cloud revenue streams, but many other tech companies are also benefitting, ” says John Dinsdale, chief analyst and research director at Synergy Research Group.

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Top-Growing Cloud Services Segments

Cloud providers’ infrastructure investments helped them generate more than $90 billion in revenue from cloud infrastructure services, including infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS) and hosted private cloud services, in addition to enterprise software as a service (SaaS).

IaaS and PaaS recorded the highest growth rates for cloud infrastructure services at 44 percent for the first six months of the year, with Amazon Web Services, Microsoft and Google as the market leaders.

“Amazon and Microsoft have led the charge in terms of driving changes and aggressively growing cloud revenue streams, but many other tech companies are also benefitting,” Dinsdale said. “The flip side is that some traditional IT players are having a hard time balancing protection of legacy businesses with the need to fully embrace cloud.”

Hosted private cloud infrastructure services saw 20 percent growth from January to June compared to last year, with IBM, Rackspace and NTT Communications leading the segment.

Among other cloud services, enterprise SaaS grew 27 percent, driven by Microsoft, Salesforce and Adobe, while RingCentral, Mitel Networks and 8x8 primarily primarily benefited from unified-communications-as-a-service growth of 23 percent.

“UCaaS, while in many ways a different type of market, is also growing strongly and is driving some radical changes in business communications,” the Synergy report states.

 
 
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