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Cloud Infrastructure Services Market.— App Economy Insights (@EconomyApp) October 31, 2022
$57 billion in spending in Q3 2022.
→ +24% Y/Y.
→ +30% Y/Y fx neutral.
Q3 2022 market share:
🟧 $AMZN AWS 34% (unchanged).
🟦 $MSFT Azure 21% (unchanged).
🟩 $GOOG GCP 11% (+1pp Q/Q).
Estimates by Synergy Research Group. pic.twitter.com/Et3ivoyV9D
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My theory remains that Google keeps trying to set up a big group call to sort this out, but they can never remember which app to use pic.twitter.com/a9Xdw2vgQC— Benedict Evans (@benedictevans) November 2, 2022