The report is ranked on the basis of IaaS and PaaS revenues from public cloud vendors, which are also the major sources of revenue for public cloud vendors, while the rest are mainly from managed private businesses.Cloud services。 Looking at the global public cloud market, the Asia-Pacific region has not yet accounted for one third of the global market, but its growth rate is far faster than that of North America or Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
In addition, in the Asia-Pacific region, China is currently the largest single country market, and the growth rate of China is much faster than that of other parts of the Asia-Pacific market.
Synergy mentioned in the report that Chinese cloud providers play an important role in the ranking of leading cloud providers in the Asia-Pacific region. Although Amazon remains number one in the region, three of the top six are Chinese companies. Alibaba, Tencent and Halo are among the leading companies, ranking 246, and Baidu is almost in the top six.
Overall, Chinese cloud providers now have a 40% share of the public cloud market in the Asia-Pacific region. Synergy believes that the strong performance of Chinese companies is mainly due to their position in the local market. Outside the United States, China is unique because it is the only country where the cloud market is completely dominated by local companies. The top six in China are all local cloud providers.HUAWEIClouds and Jinshan clouds also entered the top ten.
In other parts of the Asia-Pacific region, the top three companies are Amazon.MicrosoftAnd Google, objectively reflecting its global leadership. But Chinese cloud companies are gradually expanding their influence.Ali cloudSeveral countries in the Asia-Pacific region have been firmly established, ranked fourth in the Asia-Pacific region, and Tencent has begun to go abroad.
"Although there are some local issues about data sovereignty, in the most significant aspect, public clouds are a global market led by truly global cloud providers. Market leaders need to have global influence, global brands, and the ability to invest heavily and continuously in the footprint and services of data centers, "said John Dinsdale, chief analyst and research director of Synergy Research Group.
"Small cloud providers still have the opportunity to serve niche markets, especially in a single country or region, but they cannot challenge market leaders. China will continue to be an exception to this rule, but beyond China, it is a global game that requires massive expansion. "
Compared with the same period last year, the top five cloud service providers in the Asia-Pacific region have not changed, which shows that even if the Asia-Pacific region is not as mature as the United States market, it is still in a period of rapid development, but the market barriers formed by leading manufacturers are gradually stable, and the underachievers can only look for other opportunities.
In addition, it is also a clear trend for domestic manufacturers to go to sea. With the increasing penetration of cloud services, the pattern of major players in the cloud market has been formed. It is increasingly difficult to seek large-scale growth in the domestic market. Other markets in the Asia-Pacific region, except China, are often the first choice for domestic cloud service providers to go to sea.
Southeast Asia is one of the bridgeheads. Similarity of cloud service demand, close geographic relationship, relatively inadequate competition, and policy factors are all the reasons why domestic cloud service providers favor Southeast Asia. Ali, Huawei, Tencent, Baidu, etc.JD.COMCloud, UCloud and other major cloud service providers are all in the layout.