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  • 1. Emerging Trends in IT Technology IT – Shaping the future
  • 2. Emerging Technology Trends
    • Below mentioned are some of the emerging technologies which
    • will shape the future of IT Industry across the world:
    • The rise of Cloud Computing
    • SAAS- Software As A Service (On demand Software)
    • Advancement in mobile applications and user interface
    • Wireless & consumer electronics semiconductor
    • Advancement in the field of IT automation & data management
    • Advances in the fields of Analytics (Data Analytics, Predictive Analytics, Social Analytics)
    • Context aware computing – Concept of using information about the end user
    • Storage class memory – Advancement of flash memory in different industries (Consumer Electronics, Entertainment Technology, IT systems etc)
    • Information Security – Securing Virtualized Technology (Data Protection)
  • 3. Trends on Cloud Computing
    • The Concept of Cloud Computing is fast emerging across verticals and can be differentiated in to 3 major divisions:
    • 1.) Public Model – Over the internet via web applications
    • 2.) Private Model / Internal Cloud – Emulating Cloud Computing on private networks
    • 3.) Hybrid Cloud – Consists of multiple internal and / or external providers.
    • Emerging trends as follows:
    • 1.) Outages across the industry signal demand outweighs supply.
    • 2.) Early Consolidation vs. the Proliferation of New Entrants to the Market.
    • 3.) The Rise of Open Source Cloud Computing Solutions.
  • 4. Components on Cloud Computing
    • Cloud Computing solution comes in different shapes and sizes. It is customizable based on company’s requirements.
    • They come in Business delivery model and Infrastructure Delivery Model.
    • Following are the some of the important components of Cloud
    • Computing.
    • Cloud Consulting Services.
    • SAAS – Software As A Service
    • PAAS – Platform As A Service
    • IAAS – Infrastructure As A Service
    • Servers optimized for the cloud
    • Cloud Software
    • ASP – Active Server Pages
  • 5. Market Size of Cloud Computing
    • According to Forrester Research cloud computing market will reach $241 Billion by 2020.
    • Forbes survey has indicated that cloud based services will grow from $12.1billion to $ 35.6 billion in 2015.
    • Year on year growth is estimated at 43% in 2011 but will decrease to 13% in next 5 years.
    • SAAS will account for 70% revenue and 30% will be related to IAAS.
    • Gartner in its report have indicated that cloud services revenue will reach $148.8B in 2014. 60% of it coming from North America alone.
    • IDC press release indicates that Public IT cloud services will grow 5 times the traditional IT products through 2014.
    • The same report also indicates that there will Compound Annual Growth Rate at 27.4% for IT Cloud Services.
  • 6. Market estimates for cloud computing across different regions
    • The Cloud Computing market was INR 18.2 Billion in 2010 and is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 54.3% to reach INR 159.1 Billion by year 2015.
    • German cloud computing market is forecast to grow from EUR 1.14 billion in 2010 to EUR 8.2 billion in 2015
    • China to grow 30 percent annually and exceed $2.4 billion in 3 years
    • The cloud computing market in Japan is expected to grow to U.S.$29.2 billion in 2015.
    • North American Enterprise Mobile Cloud Computing Market to Grow 12% Through 2014
  • 7. Cloud Computing growth revenue from various industry verticals
    • Companies providing professional services, communications and process manufacturing will lead the growth in Public IT Cloud Services.
    • Industries which are highly regulated such as Government, Banking and Healthcare will be least likely to adopt public IT Cloud services in next few years.
    • Healthcare will see a growth of CAGR 23% through 2014.
    • Services & Distribution on the cloud to raise to $8.5 billion, accounting for nearly 30% of all public cloud services.
  • 8. IT Cloud Spending
    • IDC enterprise IT spending report predicts that customer spending on cloud IT services will be $42.3 billion by 2012.
  • 9. Cont
    • Spending on IT Cloud Services to reach $ 42 Billion by 2012.
    • Over 2008-2012 IDC expects spending on IT cloud services to grow almost threefold.
    • It will reach 42 billion USD by 2012 and accounting for 9% of revenues in five key market segments.
    • More importantly, spending on cloud computing will accelerate throughout the forecast period, capturing 25% of IT spending growth in 2012 and nearly a third of growth the 2010.
    • SMBs are able to consolidate multiple services into multi-service business gateway (MSBG) driving the forecast of MSBG revenue in the SMB market to over $1 billion in 2015 .
  • 10. Cont
    • Worldwide annual shipments of MSBGs will approach 1.8 million units by 2015.
    • Cloud computing and managed hosting spending by U.S. businesses is forecasted to surpass $13 billion in 2014, up from less than 3 billion.
    • Cloud computing and managed hosting spending is expected to see greatest growth among professional services and healthcare verticals, growing over 124% between 2010 and 2014.
    • Cloud services is growing rapidly with CAGR's five times larger than for traditional IT services; forecast at 27%. It is expected to see significant growth in the next five years.
    • Small business public cloud computing spending is estimated to reach $6 billion by 2014.
  • 11. Top Cloud Players in India.
    • 1.) Google
    • 2.) Microsoft
    • 3.) IBM
    • 4.) HP
    • 5.) Dell
    • 6.) AT&T
    • 7.) Cisco
    • 8.) TCS
    • 9.) Infosys
    • 10.) Wipro
    • 11.) VM Ware
    • 12.) EMC2
  • 12. Thank You