A 195 billion dollar company offering many services to both end user and developers. Google made its mark on the cloud computing industry with the introduction of Google Apps, online productivity tools from email to web site creation. Furthermore Google allows developers to host and develop apps on its Engine. Google offers products to small business colleges and universities and a multitude of large corporations. With room to expand Google will continue to offer industry leading services and products that test the boundaries of technology.
A 96 billion dollar company that offers a multitude of products and services. Additionally Amazon boasts a place among theoriginal innovators of the cloud and web-computing industry Amazon is a multibillion dollar company that offers both user and back end products. Many know the company for its storefront that offers new and used product at a discount to retailers. Yet Amazon’s true nature lies in its database and web storage businesses. Amazon offers a multitude of services for developers from application storage and development platforms to redundancy and load balancing services.
A 164 billion dollar company that develops manufactures markets and distributes a multitude of products and services pertaining to cloud computing.Servicing more than 370,000 customers, including 100 of the Fortune 100 as well as representing a variety of sizes and industries in more than 145 countries around the globe. Known for its enterprise systems that create interconnectivity between corporate departments. Providing licensing of software over the web with SaaS. Notably Oracle recently acquired the software company Sun Microsystems expanding further into the cloud space.
A 44 billion dollar company that specializes in virtualization and cloud infrastructure. VMware develops software and solutions that reduce complexity of the transition of enterprises to the cloud by addressing challenges each business faces. VMware enables the preservation of existing investments and infrastructure and enables a secure and accelerated transition. The company not only targets enterprise solutions but consumer products as well, offering the fusion product suit; a scaled down product for individual users to experience virtualization
TDC is an 8.3 Billion dollar company that focuses its operations on the Data Warehousing part of the Business Data analysis spectrum. The 3 main parts are ETL, DW, and BI. Companies use this information to inform financial, marketing, and strategic decisions. Primarily serves “Global 3000” companies in the Financial Services, Comm., retail, and manuf. – Notable Clients include Verizon, Paypal, Ford, Coca-Cola, Best Buy, and Travelocity. Teradata spun off of National Cash Register in Sept 2007.