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Frost & Sullivan analyst briefing on the status of cloud computing in Asia Pacific

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    • Cloud Computing: Asia Pacific Status Update
      Andrew Milroy
      Vice President - ICT Research
    • Frost & Sullivan Definition
      A pool of compute, memory and i/o resources, applications or operating environments with seemingly infinite scalability, delivered as a service over a network, be it private or public.
      Characteristics
      Service Types
      Deployment Models
      PUBLIC
      On Demand, Self-Service
      Enterprise
      Public
      Cloud
      Pay As You Use, Metered Consumption
      PRIVATE
      Private
      Cloud
      Enterprise
      Rapid Elasticity, Scale Up/Down
      COMMUNITY
      Enterprise
      2
      Enterprise
      1
      Community
      Cloud
      Shared Pools, Illusion of Infinite Resources
      Enterprise
      3
      HYBRID
      Broad Network Access using Standard Internet Protocols
      Public
      Cloud
      Private
      Cloud
      Enterprise
    • Almost one-fourth of enterprises in APAC have started using Cloud Computing
      Adoption level and type of cloud
      • Amongst cloud users, 91% use SaaS, 69% IaaS, 47% PaaS
      • Hybrid, Private Clouds lead the way
      • Decreased time to adoption amongst existing users
      Source: Frost & Sullivan
      N = 330
    • IT & Telecom and Professional Services emerge as leading adopters
      Vertical-wise Adoption levels
      Source: Frost & Sullivan
      N = 55 / Vertical
    • Australia is demonstrating the highest adoption of Cloud services
      Country Level Adoption of Cloud Services
      N = 55 / Country
      Source: Frost & Sullivan
    • Budgeting - Cloud budgets set to explode
      Change in Cloud Computing budget for 2011 over 2010
      N = 77
      Source: Frost & Sullivan
    • Key Restraints that need to be addressed
      Key Restraints
      Privacy, Security and Loss of Control Concerns
      Integration Challenges
      Lack of Stringent SLAs
      Resistance from IT teams
      Limited Availability of Reliable and High Speed Internet
      Regulatory Compliance Issues
      Real-time visibility and reporting
      Source: Frost & Sullivan
    • Implications of Cloud Computing
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    • For Additional Information
      Donna Jeremiah
      Corporate Communications
      Asia Pacific
      +603 6204 5832
      djeremiah@frost.com
      Carrie Low
      Corporate Communications
      Asia Pacific
      +603 6204 5910
      carrie.low@frost.com
      Andrew Milroy
      Vice President
      ICT
      apacfrost@frost.com
      Jessie Loh
      Corporate Communications
      Asia Pacific
      +65 6890 0942
      jessie.loh@frost.com