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Goldman Sachs: Microsoft azure surpasses AWS as the most popular cloud computing service

via:博客园     time:2020/1/8 9:10:55     readed:253

Tencent technology news, Jan. 8, according to foreign media reports, Goldman Sachs' survey of technology executives of large companies last month showed that although Amazon's overall revenue is ahead of the market, Microsoft azure is still the most popular public cloud computing service.

The latest findings suggest that Microsoft could continue to gain market share in more cloudy computing services. With Microsoft chief executive Satya

Goldman's latest findings are based on an IT spending survey of 100 IT executives at the world's top 2000 companies, which it conducts every June and December.

According to the latest survey, 56 executives are using azure for cloud computing infrastructure construction, while only 48 are using AWS. Analysts said that when cross cloud infrastructure and platform as a service are combined, Microsoft's leading edge has been expanding since December 2017.

In addition, more respondents expect their company to be more likely to use azure than any other cloud computing service in three years, analysts wrote. According to the survey, 66 CIOs responded that they will use azure for cloud computing infrastructure construction at that time, while 64 CIOs said they will use AWS at that time.

Analysts noted:

The result led analysts to conclude that about 23% of it workload is currently on public cloud computing services, up from 19% in June, which they expect to reach 43% in three years. This leaves a lot of room for growth for other competitors, such as Google. Google's cloud platform ranks third among the cloud computing infrastructure providers that respondents expect to use within three years.

Analysts have repeatedly stressed that workload usage is not exactly the same as actual revenue. In the third quarter of 2019, AWS received $9 billion in revenue. Microsoft didn't specify Azure's quarterly revenue, but Griffin Securities analyst Jay

About 91 percent of analysts polled by FactSet rated Microsoft's stock equivalent

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