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Microsoft Cloud Surpasses $25 Billion in Revenue, GitHub at $1 Billion ARR: Nadella

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Microsoft owned GitHub has annual recurring revenue of $1 billion with more than 90 million active users, said Satya NadellaChairman and CEO of Microsoft.



In the September quarter, Microsoft Cloud again surpassed $25 billion in revenue, up 24 percent year-over-year.

“We are also seeing more customers turning to us to build and innovate with the infrastructure they already have. We now have more than 8,500 Azure Arc customers, more than double the number a year ago,” said Nadella during the company’s quarterly earnings call. Tuesday late.

“We are the only cloud provider with direct and secure access to Oracle databases with Oracle Cloud infrastructure, enabling companies like FedEx, GE and Marriott to leverage the capabilities of both companies,” he added.

More than 90 million people now use the open-source platform GitHub to build software up to three times for any cloud on any platform.

“GitHub Advanced Security helps organizations improve their security posture by bringing features directly to the developer”s workflowhe inquired.

Users now interact with Microsoft Teams an average of 1,500 times a month.

LinkedIn now has more than 875 million members, with international growth nearly twice that of the United States, Nadella said.

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