Amazon Web Services (AWS) said it will open an AWS infrastructure region in India for its cloud computing platform in 2016.
“In India, Amazon Web Services has got the highest market share in the startups segment, followed by IBM and Microsoft,” he added.
Whereas, large enterprises in India are more with IBM, Microsoft, and Salesforce as they want better storage to suit their complex IT environments.
“IBM, Netmagic, AWS, and Azure are top four cloud vendors in India, and Google is doing well on the SaaS side,” Greyhound Research founder Sanchit Gogia said.
Technology giant IBM is also planning to set up its second data centre in India to cater to the demand from various sectors including financial services and government. The US-based firm already has a data centre in Mumbai.
“We are looking at setting up another public cloud data centre. As you know, sectors like government and financial services prefer their data residing within the country,” IBM India Managing Director Vanitha Narayanan said.
Updated Date: Jun 30, 2015 16:01:19 IST