The market of “cloud” services in figures

Considering analysts’ forecasts expenses for a cloud are to reach approximately $246,8 billion in 2017 and will exceed $380 billion by 2020.

Such a high demand for these services is caused by an active transition of IT-industry data into cloud. Respectively, information technologies increasingly require high-performance resources to solve various tasks from artificial intelligence development to gaming, VR or analytics (Big Data analytics).

Today more than 70% of cloud computing market is occupied by leading providers. Amazon Web Services dominates (around 34%), much smaller share is taken by Microsoft (11%), IBM (8%), Google (5%) and others.

An average one hour rental price of a computation node on the basis of eight NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics cards, two Intel Xeon E5 2680v4 processors, RAM 256Gb, SSD 960Gb (or their equivalent) offered by market leaders for European countries is:

Amazon Web Services — $10, 6
Microsoft Azure — $10,26
Google Cloud — $6,5

*IBM provides computer rental services in a private cloud. Their cost is calculated individually.

New market players cannot offer significantly lower prices as they develop only software products – add-ins for combining of already existing computing resources – and do not have their own hardware.

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