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Top 10 Cloud Computing Companies In 2021

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In this article, we provide the ranking of the most-influential top 10 cloud computing companies in the world that appear to dominate the cloud market in 2021.

In 2021 and certainly in the near future, cloud computing will stay as the go-to model for information technology as companies accelerate digital transformation projects, and enable the new normal of work following the COVID-19 pandemic.

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1. Microsoft (Azure)

Fiscal Q1 Cloud Revenue: $15.2B
Cloud Services: IaaS, PaaS, SaaS
CEO: Satya Nadella

Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing service created by Microsoft (an American multinational technology company). It is also commonly referred to as Azure. It is the biggest of the top 10 cloud computing companies (commercial cloud vendors) by revenue in the world. Despite being owned by Microsoft, it supports various programming languages, frameworks, and tools of third-party companies as well.

2. Amazon (AWS)

AWS Q3 Cloud Revenue: $11.6B
Cloud Services: IaaS, PaaS
CEO: Andy Jassy

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is owned by Amazon (an American multinational technology company). Pretty much similar to Azure, it provides on-demand cloud computing platforms and APIs to individuals, companies, and governments, on a pay-as-you-go basis.

3. Google (Google Cloud)

Q3 Cloud Revenue: $3.44B
Cloud Services: IaaS, PaaS, SaaS
CEO: Thomas Kurian

Google Cloud Platform (GCP) is owned by Google (an American multinational technology company). On top of IaaS and PaaS services, it provides a series of modular cloud services including computing, data storage, data analytics, and machine learning. Google uses the same platform internally for its end-user products, such as Google Search, Gmail, and YouTube.

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4. Salesforce (Hyperforce)

Q2 2020 Cloud Revenue: $5.15B
Cloud Services: SaaS, PaaS
CEO: Marc Benioff

Hyperforce is a top-to-down re-architecture of the Salesforce architecture. Salesforce (an American cloud-based software company) introduced it as a new capability that enables Salesforce through major public cloud platforms like listed above. Hyperforce is designed to deliver a scalable platform to support the success and growth of Salesforce’s global customer base.

5. SAP

Q3 Cloud Revenue: $2.32B
Cloud Services: SaaS, PaaS
CEO: Christian Klein

SAP Cloud Platform is owned by SAP which is a German multinational software corporation. It provides a PaaS platform for creating new applications or enhancing existing applications in a secure cloud computing environment managed by SAP.

6. Oracle

Q1 FY21 Cloud Revenue (est.): $2.25B
Cloud Services: SaaS, PaaS, IaaS
CEO: Safra Catz

Oracle Cloud is a cloud computing service owned by Oracle (an American multinational computer technology corporation). It is based on the global network of Oracle Corporation managed data centers. Through which it provides servers, storage, network, applications, and services.

7. IBM

Q3 Cloud Revenue: $6B
Cloud Services: SaaS, PaaS, IaaS
CEO: Arvind Krishna

IBM Cloud computing is owned by IBM (American multinational technology and consulting company). It provides IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS offerings through public, private, and hybrid cloud delivery models.

8. Workday

Fiscal Q2 Cloud Revenue: $1.06B
Cloud Services: SaaS, PaaS
CEO: Aneel Bhusri

Workday, Inc., is an American on‑demand (cloud-based) software vendor. It is specialized in human capital management and financial management domains.

9. ServiceNow

Q3 Cloud Revenue: $1.09B
Cloud Services: SaaS
CEO: Bill McDermott

ServiceNow is an American software company that helps organizations manage their digital workflows for enterprise operations. It is based on a cloud computing platform developed by ServiceNow.

10. Adobe

Q2 Experience Cloud Revenue: $826M
Cloud Services: SaaS
CEO: Shantanu Narayen

Adobe Inc. is an American multinational computer software company. Adobe provides three primary cloud services that enable enterprise-wide content creation and management. Experience Cloud, Creative Cloud and
Document Cloud.

Note: The ranking is based on The Cloud Wars latest report which they adjust regularly as they receive fresh insights and updates.

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