Google Cloud Platform wants to Up its cloud game with the acquisition of some of the tech pioneers in cloud technology. The company is looking for ways to create a highly competitive and unbeatable set of technology offerings that can beat the current leaders in the cloud, Amazon Web service, and Microsft Azure.
Google can buy cloud companies to stay ahead in the market
Even though Google is the leader in other avenues of technology, be it its suite of utility apps or Google Search it still lags in the cloud arena.
Cloud Market is Promising
As per the exclusive reports from Business Insider, Google can prospectively buy 20 promising Cloud computing companies to ace its game. A lot of companies are focusing their endeavors on cloud technology and have interestingly gained a lot of success in the same.
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Google behind the top leaders
It is known that Google lags behind cloud providers like Amazon and Microsoft in the cloud market. As per the Gartner report, AWS has 47. 8 percent shares of the cloud market while Microsoft had 15.5 percent, Google only had a 4 % share.
Salesforce: A potential Google Buy
Google may buy the leading cloud CRM provider Salesforce to beat the other cloud leaders. Salesforce is one of the most prominent cloud solutions providers with its massive market reach where most of the big enterprises rely on salesforce solutions for their work. In case Google buys Salesforce, it will take a giant leap and inculcate the Salesforce technology on its own to deliver leading cloud solutions. The deal is estimated at worth 250 billion dollars
AT&T acquisition can happen to beat AWS
AT&T is another technology leader that Google can look to acquire in 2020 to have an edge over the other cloud leaders, especially AWS.
Google Already Acquired Looker
Recently Google completed its deal of Looker for a massive 2.6 Billion dollars, which is its most significant deal under the head of Google Cloud Platform leader, Thomas Kurien. Google intends to close the enormous gap between the other cloud technology market leaders and thus attained Looker, which builds tools that businesses can leverage to use cloud resources efficiently.