Cloud Hyperscalers: A Critical – But Not the Only – Building Block of Enterprise IT
State of the Market Report

25 Jun 2021
by Yugal Joshi, Mukesh Ranjan, Kumar Avijit

Enterprise cloud consumption has experienced a dramatic shift, from a skeptical outlook toward public cloud to going all in on the public cloud, in recent years. More than 90% of enterprises already leverage one or more public clouds in their enterprise environment. COVID-19 has further accelerated enterprise migration to the public cloud, with most enterprises reaping business continuity benefits during the pandemic.

Cloud adoption has experienced a spike for products across compute, storage, applications, data & analytics, Internet of Things (IoT), and blockchain. Leading hyperscalers have also undertaken several initiatives to help customers ensure business continuity in the areas of remote work & learning, research, and other initiatives. This has led to a proliferation of hyperscaler offerings, which, coupled with management complexities and a talent crunch, are pushing enterprises to seek third-party support.


  • Industry: IT cloud services
  • Geography: global


Our annual research deep dives into the global IT cloud services market, providing data-driven perspectives on the market at large. We evaluate cloud services trends and demand drivers, analyze hyperscaler offerings, and describe how hyperscalers have moved beyond providing infrastructure services to now cater to the entire enterprise IT stack. 


Cloud & Infrastructure Services

Sourcing and Vendor Management


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