Cloud Storage Market

Leading Companies in Cloud Storage Industry - IBM (US), Microsoft (US) and Oracle (US)

The cloud storage market is anticipated to expand at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 18.8% from USD 99.2 billion in 2023 to USD 234.9 billion in 2028 over the course of the forecast period. An urge for convenient deployment in disaster-prone areas, adherence to regulatory compliance and government-led reporting standards across verticals and regions, and demand for enterprise service management across verticals are expected to drive the growth of the global Cloud Storage market.

Major vendors in this market are based in North America, Asia Pacific, and Europe. Some of the key players operating in the Cloud Storage market are – AWS (US), IBM (US), Google (US), Microsoft (US), Alibaba Cloud (China), and Oracle (US), among others. These companies have strengthened their positions in the market by implementing a variety of growth tactics. In order to increase their market share in cloud storage, they can do things like product launches, agreements, collaborations, mergers and acquisitions, and the creation of new products.

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IBM

Leading the way in cloud platform services and cognitive solutions, IBM operates in a variety of industries including cloud, IT infrastructure, security, services, and research. IBM provides infrastructure, hosting, and consulting services in the areas of software, security, outsourcing, business analytics optimization, and customer relationship management. The company's main goal is to create products and solutions that utilise cutting-edge technology, such as big data, analytics, IoT, AI and ML, and analytics. The business also provides clients with services to assist them transform their businesses. Application services, security, cloud services, business process outsourcing (BPO), digital workplace services, and other services are included in the service portfolio.

Oracle

Oracle offers the Oracle Cloud in the cloud domain, further categorized into Oracle Cloud PaaS, Oracle Cloud SaaS, and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). OCI encompasses compute, storage, network, container services, and migration tools. In the cloud storage market, OCI offers low-cost cloud storage options, including Block Volumes, high-performance block storage that uses Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe) SSDs and provides nonblocking network connectivity; Object Storage, flexible object storage that enables customers to store any type of data; File storage, a fully managed NFS for automatic scaling; All-Flash Local Storage, a local NVMe SSD storage for VMs; and Archive Storage, a long-term, low-cost data storage.

The company serves a variety of industry verticals, including automotive, financial services, healthcare, hospitality, public sector, retail, and utilities, and operates in key geographic regions, such as North America, Latin America, Europe, Middle East & Africa, and Asia Pacific.

Microsoft

Microsoft is a prominent enterprise that engages in the development, production, maintenance, and distribution of various software products and services. The company offers a range of productivity, mobility, and cloud solutions. Major cloud products from Microsoft include IaaS and PaaS, as well as SaaS (Microsoft Dynamics Online [Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Plus Customer Relationship Management (CRM)] and O365 Online) (Microsoft Azure [compute, integration, and networking]). Microsoft has made significant investments in managed services for edge computing, IoT, and hybrid cloud platforms. Microsoft now leads its competitors in the IIoT and edge computing sectors because to innovations like Azure Sphere, Digital Twins, and Azure IoT Central. The business unveiled Azure Edge Zones, an amalgam of hardware, fast 5G networks, and cloud-managed services. Azure provides a cloud storage platform called Microsoft Azure Storage, which includes a number of data storage services. These services include Azure Blobs, which is a scalable object store for text and binary data; Azure Files, which is a managed file sharing service for cloud deployments; Azure Queues, which is a messaging store for messaging between application components; Azure Tables, which is a NoSQL store for schema-less storage of structured data; and Azure Disks, which are block storage volumes of Azure virtual machines. It serves a number of industries, including manufacturing, education, BFSI, healthcare, retail, and government. The business serves a wide range of clients in more than 100 nations in North America, the Middle East & Africa, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Europe.

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