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Cloud Computing Platform as a Service (PaaS) Market 2020-2025 Overview, Applications, Dynamics, Companies, Growth, Types, Regions

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Huge growth of Global Cloud Computing Platform as a Service (PaaS) Market 2020: Cloudflare, IBM Cloud, Oracle, Salesforce, Google, ServiceNow, Apache Stratos.

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Cloud platform services, also known as Platform as a Service (PaaS), provide cloud components to certain software while being used mainly for applications. … All servers, storage, and networking can be managed by the enterprise or a third-party provider while the developers can maintain management of the applications.
Here, we conducted an in-depth analysis of the 2020 Global Cloud Computing Platform as a Service (PaaS) Market Report, which is responsible for helping customers make business decisions and understanding the many strategies of major manufacturers of Cloud Computing Platform as a Service (PaaS) in the market. Recent research reports also explain market-driven results that can be analyzed for feasibility based on customer requirements. The Cloud Computing Platform as a Service (PaaS) Market Report ensures high quality and proven aspects of market information that works in real-time scenarios.
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Due to the pandemic, we have included a special section on the Impact of COVID 19 on the market which would mention How the Covid-19 is affecting the Industry, Market Trends and Potential Opportunities in the COVID-19 Landscape, Covid-19 Impact on Key Regions and Proposal for Cloud Computing Platform …

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How Amazon, Microsoft, and Google’s cloud businesses stack up, in the wake of their blockbuster earnings this week

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Amazon, Microsoft, and Google reported earnings this week, providing a window into how fast their respective cloud businesses are growing.
It’s hard to know exactly how the cloud providers’ revenues stack up because the companies report earnings in different ways, but below is what we know from earnings, analyst estimates, and what the companies say about how they report revenue.
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The top cloud-computing players Amazon, Microsoft, and Google all reported earnings this week. The companies each report their numbers in different ways, which makes it hard to know exactly how their cloud revenues stack up, but the numbers still provide a window into how fast their respective cloud businesses are growing. Here are the highlights:Amazon Web Services: Amazon reported $11.6 billion in third-quarter revenue for its cloud business, up about 29% from the same quarter last year. That’s tied for its lowest growth rate since at least the fourth-quarter of 2018, but analysts generally attribute the slowdown to the law of large numbers. Basically, AWS’s increasingly huge revenue base …

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The Trend of Cloud Computing Amidst COVID-19

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The Covid19 pandemic has upended life as we know it. The year 2020 is likely to be remembered as the year when remote work became a reality for millions of people globally. With the total number of global coronavirus infections exceeding 40 million in Mid October 2020, the end of social distancing efforts does not seem to be coming any soon. A direct result of this contagion is that businesses and their employees worldwide are facing tremendous challenges in maintaining business continuity. In these troubled times, cloud computing has emerged as a literal savior in ensuring business continuity and is experiencing substantial growth in adoption.

How is cloud computing helping people and businesses stay connected?
While many companies are finding it difficult to adapt to the new normal, enterprises that had opted to invest in a robust cloud computing infrastructure ahead of this pandemic are functioning well. Cloud computing helps employees and co-workers collaborate and communicate safely with each other in a remote environment.
There are some specific ways that cloud computing is helping manage businesses during Covid19 times. These are:

a) Enabling a remote workforce to stay connected with each other
Since March 2020, governments worldwide started enforcing lockdown orders on the population …

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Global Hybrid Cloud Computing Market to hold a high potential for growth by 2027: IBM Corporation, Amazon Web Services Inc., Microsoft Corporation

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A complete research offering of comprehensive analysis of the market share, size, recent developments, and trends can be availed in this latest report by Big Market Research.
As per the report, the Global Hybrid Cloud Computing Market is anticipated to witness significant growth during the forecast period from 2020 to 2025.
The report provides brief summary and detailed insights of the market by collecting data from the industry experts and several prevalent in the market. Besides this, the report offers a detailed analysis of geographical areas and describes the competitive scenario to assist investor, prominent players, and new entrants to obtain a major share of the global Hybrid Cloud Computing market.
Our analysis involves the study of the market taking into consideration the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Please get in touch with us to get your hands on an exhaustive coverage of the impact of the current situation on the market. Our expert team of analysts will provide as per report customized to your requirement. 
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AWS posts $11.6 billion revenues in record-breaking quarter, up 29% year on year – Cloud Computing News

aws posts $11.6 billion revenues in record-breaking quarter, up 29% year on year – cloud computing news

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Amazon Web Services (AWS) secured revenues of $11.6 billion (£8.94bn) for its most recent quarter comprising 12% of Amazon’s overall revenue and the largest in absolute figures ever posted.

AWS revenue for the third quarter was up 29% compared to the previous year, and up from $10.8bn for the previous quarter. For nine months’ revenue, up to $32.6bn from $25.1bn, this represented a 30% uptick. Total Amazon revenues were at $96.1bn.

In terms of wider revenues, Amazon achieved them amid the postponement of Prime Day, which normally takes place in August but was moved to October this year as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Brian Olsavsky, Amazon chief financial officer, noted that with regard to guidance there was ‘a lot of uncertainty’ around Q4 for the wider business – noting not only the upcoming US election but the usual holiday season as key factors.

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Global Cloud Computing Service Market Expected to reach highest CAGR in forecast period :Amazon, Salesforce.com, VMware, Savvis, Rackspace,

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Predicting Growth Scope: Global Cloud Computing Service Market
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Distributed cloud computing platform Ankr enables Neo full node deployment

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Distributed cloud computing platform Ankr has announced support for Neo blockchain nodes. The integration provides an easy way for developers and enterprise customers to access the Neo network and connect it to their own applications.
Ankr aims to tap into the supply of idle cloud computing power available in data centers around the world. It uses this infrastructure to deploy its own container-based environments, creating a single “Distributed Cloud Computing Network.”
Users can then tap into this system the same way they would with typical cloud service providers, where they are able to deploy supported blockchain node instances.
Ankr has integrated support for numerous protocols, allowing easy deployment of different blockchain nodes. The team also provides blockchain API services and specialized solutions for enterprise entities with staking, dApp development, and data analytics needs.
For Neo specifically, Ankr currently only offers one node option, a full node with 4 cores, 16GB RAM, and 200GB storage at the price of $129 per month. Servers can either be deployed in the UK or Singapore. Alongside credit card payments, Ankr also accepts payments in USDT tokens and its own Ethereum-based token, ANKR.

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Cloud and ad spending lift earnings at Amazon, Alphabet and Facebook

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The big three internet giants today revealed improved earnings despite and in some cases because of the COVID-19 pandemic, as advertising and cloud computing growth buoyed third-quarter results.
As online ads saw a rebound, Google LLC owner Alphabet Inc. reported a profit of $11.2 billion, or $16.40 a share, up 59% from a year ago. Revenue rose 14%, to $46.2 billion — a big reversal of the second quarter’s 2% revenue decline. Analysts polled by S&P Global Market Intelligence had forecast profit per share of $11.18  on revenue of $42.8 billion.
“We had a strong quarter, consistent with the broader online environment,” Alphabet and Google Chief Executive Sundar Pichai said in a statement. “It’s also a testament to the deep investments we’ve made in AI and other technologies, to deliver services that people turn to for help, in moments big and small.” Chief Financial Officer Ruth Porat cited higher advertising spending as well as Play and Cloud growth for the upturn in revenue.
Continuing a pandemic-fueled boom in online and cloud computing spending, Amazon.com Inc. reported a profit of $6.3 billion, or $12.37 a share, triple a year ago, on a 37% jump in revenue, to $96.1 billion. Analysts had figured a profit of $7.23 a share on revenue …

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IBM, using Red Hat technology, teams with AT&T to deploy cloud via

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RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – IBM is teaming with AT&T to offer cloud computing services over next-generation 5G network technology that is rapidly being deployed across the US. And Raleigh-based Red Hat is a key part of the equation.
IBM and AT&T see 5G as a “$667 billion market” by 2026, offering what they say is “a new frontier in cloud computing – where data collected from billions of mobile devices and factory floor sensors – can be processed where the data resides, delivering low latency and efficiency.”
Big Blue, which operates a data center in RTP, is deploying a new program called IBM Cloud Satellite which includes Red Hat OpenShift technology for so-called hybrid cloud deployments. Hybrid includes private and public cloud offerings for customers.

OpenShift offers customers automate updating, scaling and provisioning, IBM says.
IBM acquired Red Hat last year, focusing on Hatter technology as a means to expand cloud computing which Big Blue sees as a trillion dollar business opportunity. Red Hat’s importance will grow even more as IBM moves toward a division of the company with its services group to be spun off.
A graphic from IBM shows how OpenShift works.
AT&T’s 5G network offers higher speeds, …

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