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Top-25 cloud list runs gamut from Visma to Cloudflare, Wasabi to Azul

The Software Report market insights website has named 25 software companies as the top companies in cloud computing for 2024, offering specific expertise and tools for requirements as diverse as managed services, compliance, and infrastructure as a service (IaaS).

The top 10 for 2024 were:

1.Process-automation focused Visma

2. Cybersecurity and compliance vendor Qualys

3. Secure connectivity tools firm Cloudflare

4. Connected operations cloud platform Samsara

5. Data platform Own Company

6. Cloud marketing tech firm Zeta Global

7. Recruitment software provider Radancy

8. Content and marketing tech firm Upland Software

9. OpenJDK/Java platform alternative Azul

10. Hospitality management software company Cloudbeds

The rest of The Software Report’s list was filled out by JumpCloud, Mirantis, Kantata, Sigma Computing, Wasabi Technologies, eGroup, Cloudian, Zadara, Spectro Cloud, ContinuumCloud, CloudBolt, Matilda Cloud, CloudShare, RackWare and Appranix.

“Not long ago, the cloud was a nebulous term to most people not directly involved with emerging technologies. Now it’s a household concept, with Gartner estimating worldwide public cloud end-user spending at $600 billion (£482bn) in 2023,” said The Software Report, announcing the award-winners.

The US-based news and market insights website pointed out that choosing from the plethora of cloud tools and applications now available can be difficult for organisations – which nevertheless are expected to increase spend further on cloud related technologies in the years ahead.

“The pace of innovation and availability of new tools make it an intimidating space for business leaders, but also one that opens up new possibilities,” the company said.

The Software Report added that the year’s award-winners offer “cutting edge” expertise in all areas of cloud computing, from disruptive cloud-based security and compliance solutions to managed cloud services, devops, storage, and IaaS.

“These cloud service providers excel not just through their innovative technology but also by providing strategic guidance to bolster revenue and cut costs,” it said.

Companies were evaluated on market impact and revenue growth, reliability and performance of the product, strategic vision and leadership, as well as efforts in the crucial sustainability arena.

Read the full announcement, detailing each winner.

( Image by Wynn Pointaux from Pixabay )

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