Intricately's 2021 Cloud Seller’s Guide To Selling To The Forbes Cloud 100

This week, Forbes published its annual Cloud 100 list, in collaboration with Bessemer Venture Partners and Salesforce Ventures. Now in its sixth year, the Cloud 100 is a ranking of the world’s top private cloud companies, recognizing standouts in tech’s hottest category; from small startups to private-equity-backed giants.

The companies on the list are selected according to "growth, sales, valuation, and culture – as well as a reputation score derived in consultation with 34 CEO judges and executives from their public-cloud-company peers."

Intricately data reveals the top five companies on this list spend a combined $84 million on cloud infrastructure each month.

Explore the Cloud 100

 

Let's take a closer look at some of these companies leading the Cloud 100 and what Intricately reveals about their demand for cloud hosting services and content delivery networks (CDNs).  

Stripe 

Stripe is an Irish-American financial services and SaaS company dual-headquartered in San Francisco, United States and Dublin, Ireland. The company primarily offers payment processing software and application programming interfaces for e-commerce websites and mobile applications.

Est. Monthly cloud spend: $33M
Primary cloud hosting product: Amazon EC2
Primary CDN provider: Fastly

View Stripe's complete cloud footprint in Intricately.

Databricks 

Databricks is an enterprise software company founded by the creators of Apache Spark. The company has also created Delta Lake, MLflow, and Koalas – open source projects that span data engineering, data science and machine learning.
 
Est. Monthly cloud spend: $28M

Primary cloud hosting product: Amazon EC2
Primary CDN provider: Amazon Cloudfront

View Databricks's complete cloud footprint in Intricately.


Canva 

Canva is a graphic design platform used to create social media graphics, presentations, posters, documents, and other visual content. The app is free to use and offers paid subscriptions like Canva Pro and Canva for Enterprise for additional functionality.

Est. Monthly cloud spend: $5M
Primary cloud hosting product: Rackspace
Primary CDN provider: Cloudflare

View Canva's complete cloud footprint in Intricately.

Toast

Headquartered out of Boston, MA, Toast is a restaurant point of sale and management system that helps restaurants improve operations, increase sales, and create a better guest experience.

Est. Monthly cloud spend: $5M
Primary cloud hosting product: Amazon EC2
Primary CDN provider: Amazon Cloudfront

View Toast's complete cloud footprint in Intricately.

Check out the infographic below to see how all companies on the Cloud 100 are spending on the cloud.

 
Explore the Cloud 100

 

Intricately's view of the cloud extends far beyond these 100 companies.

Intricately's Global Sensor Network actively monitors the adoption, usage and spend data of over 23,000 unique cloud products at over 7 million companies. Contact our team of experts to learn how we can help you drive more revenue by focusing on the right prospects.

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