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Asia-Pacific public cloud services market soars to $32.5B in 2022

The top five vendors (in alphabetical order) were AWS, Google, Microsoft, Salesforce, and SAP, which captured more than 40% of the total market share in 2022.

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The cloud industry has advanced from the more basic Cloud era to what is now called: Cloud Native.

AWS unveils Manila Local Zone to lower latency to milliseconds

The new type of cloud infrastructure deployment will allow organizations with low latency or data residency requirements to run their applications closer to end users and on-premises data centers within the nation’s capital. 

AWS eyes more public, private sector partnerships across Asean

AWS bared its partnership strategy in the recently-held AWS ASEAN Summit in Singapore, an event which drew an impressive 4,800 attendees across the region.

Cloud titan AWS vows more investments in Asean region

What AWS hopes to achieve is to unlock the economic benefits of cloud computing through these various skills training programs.

84% of Asian firms expected to increase cloud spending: report

Four in five businesses in Asia are planning a full cloud migration by 2024, the study said.

AWS touts success stories in PH, revs up infra and educ programs

At the “Re:Invent 2022” user conference held in Las Vegas from Nov. 28 to Dec. 2, top AWS executives underscored the accomplishments of e-wallet firm GCash, digitally-inclined lender UnionBank, and the Chinese General Hospital while using the AWS platform.

SAP Philippines chief leaves post to lead local unit of cloud provider

Veteran tech executive Edler Panlilio announced that he has left his post as managing director of SAP Philippines to take up a new role as president and CEO of cloud-managed services company Cloud4C.

Radenta, Microsoft Azure push cloud adoption in PH

Radenta Technologies offers five different ways to utilize Microsoft Azure.

US cloud services firm Zadara expands to PH, SE Asian market

California-based edge cloud services Zadara has announced its expansion into the Philippines and Southeast Asian market where it will try to pitch its fully-managed cloud services -- compute, networking, and storage – which are designed for service providers and the modern enterprise.
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