article thumbnail

Microsoft customers locked out of Azure and M365 services due to geolocation error

IT World

Some Microsoft customers were unable to access the company’s Azure and Microsoft 365 services on Thursday due to an issue with Microsoft’s geolocation services. Just after 12 p.m.

Azure 139
article thumbnail

AI Reaccelerating Cloud Growth

Tom Tunguz

“Because of our overall differentiation, more than 18,000 organizations now use Azure OpenAI service, including new-to-Azure customers.” ” “Higher-than-expected AI consumption contributed to revenue growth in Azure.”

AI Search 287
Insiders

Sign Up for our Newsletter

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

article thumbnail

Standard Issue AI

Tom Tunguz

Calendar Quarter Azure OpenAI Orgs, k CoPilot Users, m Power Platform Orgs, k 1/1/24 53 1.3 “In Azure, we expect Q3 revenue growth in constant currency to remain stable to our stronger-than-expected Q2 results.” Azure is projecting constant growth next quarter : another 30% to the $20b+ product line in annual growth.

AI 191
article thumbnail

Clouded Judgement 10.27.23 - Cloud Giants Report Q3 '23

Clouded Judgement

Subscribe now Cloud Giants Report Q3 ‘23 Not a great signal for software this week from the Cloud Giants (AWS, Azure and Google Cloud)…After Q2 (3 months ago), the tone from the Cloud Giants around optimizations was largely: optimizations have started to ease, and net new workloads have picked up. Staggering scale already.

article thumbnail

Cloud-Based Solutions: The Sky Is the Limit for Retail Success

Speaker: Ryan Bryers, SVP of Global Engineering

With technology giants like Google, AWS, and Azure leading the charge, the true value of the cloud extends far beyond cost savings. In a rapidly evolving industry, the shift from traditional on-premise systems to cloud-based solutions has become crucial for retail success.

article thumbnail

Dear SaaStr: What is The Average Ratio of Support Staff to Customer Count in SaaS?

SaaStr

Another 5%-7% go to core infrastructure costs (AWS, Azure, Snowflake, etc). Typically support consumes about perhaps 5%-7% of your revenue at scale (excluding customer success) in most SaaS models. It could be more or less, but that’s a rough way to think about it. So at $100m in ARR, you might be spending $5m-$7m on your support team.

Azure 231
article thumbnail

5 Interesting Learnings from Microsoft at $200 Billion in ARR

SaaStr

But fast forward to today, and Microsoft truly is a Cloud and SaaS company, with Azure and LinkedIn its fastest growing business units! Azure and other cloud services grew a record 40% and the total Microsoft Cloud grew to a $90 Billion run-rate. Azure still growing a stunning 40% year-over-year, 46% including all cloud services.

Azure 295