CROC Cloud Services now offers NVIDIA GPUs to drastically accelerate
computing-intensive jobs. GPU-as-a-Service is based on VM instances with NVIDIA
GPU and billed monthly on the pay-as-you-go model. Users
are fully supported 24/7.
In the first two weeks of March, CROC Cloud Services received a 960% more requests YoY. With IT equipment shipments being on hold, companies seek for available means to maintain business processes and upgrade infrastructure. The customers of the five sectors account for 80% of requests, including finance (28%), IT with online service developers (17%), retail (15%), manufacturing (11%), and logistics (9%).
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) has been really taking off with the modest early rise of
about 20% followed by a head-spinning increase of more than 40% during the
pandemic. Cloud security is, however, open to debate, even despite experts'
arguments that there is no reason for concern.
The cloud market is trending towards simplifying solutions for end users. The most compelling evidence is PaaS, estimated to experience a 20-30% revenue growth over the past year. However, it's not a panacea at the moment.
The end of the year is the time to sum everything up, so we decided to analyze the most remarkable trends of the last two quarters. You might wonder "why this very period but not the whole year?" Here's the answer: starting with the second half of 2021, the worsening chip crisis has extended to almost all the economy sectors. Our research was aimed at evaluating the impact of the chip shortage on cloud business.
When competition intensifies, time-to-market (TTM) begins to dominate. TTM is the time it takes to make any product or improvement available for sale. Actually, it can also be a feature that accelerates page loading, improves website and app usability, or increases cross-selling.