The Top 100 Cloud Services Providers (CSPs), including companies and brands like Salesforce.com, Oracle Cloud, Rackspace, Microsoft Office 365 and Google Apps -- generated $15.7 billion in annual cloud services revenues last year. The Talkin' Cloud 100 report has all the details.
The Top 100 Cloud Services Providers -- including companies and brands like Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Office 365, Google Apps, Salesforce.com and Oracle Cloud -- now generate more than $15.7 billion in cloud services revenues, up 37 percent from the previous year. Our latest Talkin' Cloud 100 report, coming July 30, contains that data and plenty more. Here's a preview.
This year’s Talkin’ Cloud 100 report features:
1. Cloud Services Providers: CSPs offer SaaS (software as a service), infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and/or PaaS (platform as a service) to partners/customers. Featured CSPs include Rackspace, Savvis and Terremark, among others.
2. Cloud Services Brokerages: CSBs, or cloud brokers, recommend and resell multiple cloud services to customers, and often integrate those services. Featured CSBs include Cloud Sherpas and SADA Systems, among others.
3. Cloud Services Aggregators: CSAs, or cloud aggregators, typically offer a portal that allows VARs and MSPs to source multiple third-party cloud services for customers. Featured CSAs include Ingram Micro Cloud, among others.
5. VARs (value-added resellers) with cloud services expertise: Featured VARs include TekLinks (which also has MSP expertise), among others.
Where do those companies -- and the rest of the Top 100 Cloud Services Providers -- rank on the actual lisk? Get the details Tuesday, July 30, starting at 8:00 a.m. ET/5:00 a.m. PT right here: http://www.talkincloud.com/tc100.
Special thanks to Talkin' Cloud's readership for participating in the survey.