The editors at Solutions Review have compiled this list of cloud computing vendors that matter most from the recently published 2020 KMWorld 100 listing.
Knowledge management information provider, publisher, and conference organizer KMWorld recently unveiled its 2020 KMWorld 100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management. The 2020 KMWorld 100 outlines the top knowledge management solution and services providers and is assembled via input from editors, analysts, experts, and product end-users. Inclusion criteria is based on functionality, creativity, product innovation, and a history of demonstrated success with clients.
At Solutions Review, we track the solution providers that have the biggest impact on the mid-market and enterprise. As such, we’ve perused the complete 2020 KMWorld 100 report, available here, and segmented the vendors and tools that matter most in cloud computing.
Note: vendors are listed in alphabetical order.
Accenture is a managed service provider offering cloud services and cloud-based solutions involving strategy, consulting, and operations. Accenture currently offers over 85 vertically scaled, industry-specific cloud solutions, which are driven by 17 distinct business groups. To assist clients who are making their transition to the cloud, Accenture provides multiple cloud transformation solutions that span the whole onboarding process, ranging from initial strategy and migration to cloud management and security tools.
Amazon Web Services
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a cloud-focused service provider that pioneered the IaaS market when the service went public in 2006. The AWS offering is an integrated IaaS and platform as a service (PaaS) solution, with Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) delivering multitenant and single-tenant VMs and bare-metal servers. Gartner highlights the vendor’s track record of customer success and range of customer profiles, ranging from startups and small and midsize businesses (SMBs) to large enterprises.
Deloitte is a professional services company and managed service provider for AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud. The company helps clients that need full support designing, building, and running their cloud. Deloitte’s cloud management platform, OpenCloud, allows the company to accelerate and automate best practices for a client’s cloud deployments, including hybrid cloud and multicloud. Combined with Deloitte’s experience and resource pool, they provide customers with a flexible cloud strategy.
IBM Cloud is an open and secure public cloud for businesses that leverages open source technologies to help users drive innovation, trust, and value. The vendor supports over 1,000 enterprise clients and over 16,000 production clusters using Kubernetes, managing cloud-native resources at unparalleled scale. IBM’s recent acquisition of Red Hat allows them to take advantage of Red Hat Open Sight, making it easier for users to connect and migrate Red Hat OpenShift workloads to the public cloud.
Infosys is an IT services company and managed service provider for AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud. They deliver applications, services, infrastructure, and more, working as a partner to help enterprises create a unified view of the enterprise cloud ecosystem. The Enterprise Cloud Ecosystem is Infosys’ primary suite of managed services; it is divided into three stages: advise, build, and co-evolve. Infosys also delivers end-to-end enterprise services, including monitoring, provisioning, backups, security, and more.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is an infrastructure as a service offering that provides consistent high performance as well as governance and security controls. The platform includes several cloud services, with capabilities for compute, storage, networking, connectivity, edge services, security, identity, and compliance. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is a Generation 2 enterprise cloud built from the ground up to meet the needs of business-critical applications; the platform also supports legacy workloads while delivering modern development tools.
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