Global spending on cloud infrastructure grew by 33%

According to research company Canalys, global spending on cloud infrastructure has grown by 33%.

relative to last year's results, reaching$62.3 billion Spending was up $6 billion quarter-on-quarter and $15 billion year-over-year. The top three cloud service providers account for 63% of all global spending. The world leaders are Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud. These companies grew by 42%, which indicates the growth of the dominant position of the market leaders. It is noted that cloud computing remains one of the fastest growing segments of the IT sector. At the moment, the clouds are mainly focused on the working business processes of companies, the next step may be the transfer of all key services to the clouds, which may require even greater growth of the cloud infrastructure.