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    • Top 20 Cloud Computing Companies 2014 Leaders in IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, Public, Private & Hybrid Cloud Solutions ©notice This material is copyright by visiongain. It is against the law to reproduce any of this material without the prior written agreement of visiongain. You cannot photocopy, fax, download to database or duplicate in any other way any of the material contained in this report. Each purchase and single copy is for personal use only.
    • Contents 1. Executive Summary 1.1 Cloud Computing a Ubiquity in the IT Ecosystem 1.2 Enterprise Adoption Driving the Cloud Services Market 1.3 Benefits Outweigh the Risks of Adoption 1.4 Wide Array of Vendor Providing Services Suited to All Needs 1.5 Cloud Leaders Emerging 2. Introduction to the Cloud Computing Market 2.1 The Concept Behind Cloud Computing 2.1.1 Evolution of Cloud Computing 2.1.2 What Does Cloud Computing Essentially Signify? 2.1.3 Key Features of Cloud Computing 2.1.4 Analysing the Fundamentals of Cloud Computing 2.3 Cloud Computing Architecture and Delivery Models 2.4 Types of Cloud Computing Services 2.4.1 Software as a Service (SaaS) 2.4.2 Platform as a Service (PaaS) 2.4.3 Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) 2.4.4 Communications-as-a-service (CaaS) 2.4.5 Network as a Service (NaaS) 2.5 Cloud Deployment Models 2.5.1 Public Cloud 2.5.2 Private Cloud 2.5.3 Hybrid Cloud 2.5.4 Personal Cloud 2.6 The Cloud Computing Value Chain 3. Cloud Computing Market Size and Top 20 Companies’ Share 2014 3.1 Precedence of the Top 5 Cloud Computing Companies 3.2 Cloud Market Revenue 3.3 Leading Cloud Vendor Revenue 2013 www.visiongain.com
    • Contents 4. Leading Companies in the Cloud Computing Market 2014 4.1 Akamai 4.1.1 Akamai Cloud Platform 4.1.1.1 Open Platform Initiative 4.1.2 Cloud Acceleration 4.1.3 Business Continuity Services 4.1.4 Diverse, Overlapping Revenue Streams 4.1.5 SWOT Analysis of Akamai’s Strategy and Portfolio 4.2 Amazon Web Services 4.2.1 AWS Platform and Strategy: How Has Dominance Been Established and Can it Hold? 4.2.2 AWS Cloud Portfolio 4.2.3 Strategic Partnerships 4.2.3.1 AWS Partner Network 4.2.3.2 APN Competencies and Accreditation 4.2.4 SWOT Analysis of Amazon’s Cloud Portfolio and Strategy 4.3 Apple 4.3.1 iCloud Appeal to a Younger Generation 4.3.2 Music Leading the Charge in the Consumer Cloud Market 4.3.3 Market Share Relevance of Cloud Storage 4.3.4 Tim Cook and the Foundation of a New Cloud Strategy for Apple 4.3.4.1 ICloud Key Features and Significance 4.3.5 SWOT Analysis of Apple’s Cloud Portfolio and Strategy 4.4 AT&T 4.4.1 AT&T’s Cloud Architect Service Offering 4.4.2 Synaptic Suite 4.4.3 Significant Contracts and Partnerships 4.4.3.1 Network Deal with IBM 4.4.3.2 Alliance with CSC 4.4.3.3 Contract with Department of Interior Establishes AT&T as a Major Cloud Player 4.4.4 SWOT Analysis of AT&T’s Strategy and Portfolio 4.5 BMC Software 4.5.1 Cloud Management Lifecycle Solution 4.5.2 BMC Cloud Strategy 4.5.3 Strategic Alliance between BMC and Cisco 4.5.4 SWOT Analysis of BMC’s Strategy and Portfolio www.visiongain.com
    • Contents 4.6 Citrix 4.6.1 Citrix CloudPlatform 4.6.2 CloudPortal Business Manager 4.6.3 Inroads in the Asia-Pacific Region 4.6.4 SWOT Analysis of Citrix’s Cloud Strategy and Portfolio 4.7 NTT DoCoMo: Dimension Data 4.7.1 Dimension Data’s Managed Cloud Platform 4.7.2 Dimension Data CloudControl 4.7.2.1 Alliance Partnership with Microsoft 4.7.2.2 Business Continuity 4.7.3 Focus on Global Availability 4.7.4 SWOT Analysis of Dimension Data’s Strategy and Portfolio 4.8 Dropbox 4.8.1 How Does Dropbox Stimulate Growth without Spending Money? 4.8.1.1 Referral Campaigns 4.8.1.2 Bare-Bones Homepage 4.8.1.3 Familiar Interface and Multi-Platform Support 4.8.2 How is Dropbox Maintaining its Market Foothold despite Heightened Competition? 4.8.2.1 Pursuing Business Customers 4.8.2.2 Dropbox for Business 4.8.2.3 Strategic Partnerships 4.8.2.4 Brand Recognition 4.8.2.5 Malleability and Compatibility 4.8.3 SWOT Analysis of Dropbox’s Cloud Portfolio and Strategy 4.9 Google 4.9.1 Google’s Compute Engine and the Big Cloud Push 4.9.2 The Scale Advantage 4.9.3 Enterprise Readiness and Simple Design Philosophy 4.9.4 Google Drive and Greater Push for Device and Application Ecosystem 4.9.5 SWOT Analysis of Google’s Cloud Portfolio and Strategy 4.10 Hewlett-Packard 4.10.1 Cloud OS 4.10.1.1 HP Cloud OS and Converged Cloud Banner Products 4.10.2 Moonshot Servers and Cost Reduction 4.10.3 Forward-Looking Strategy 4.10.4 SWOT Analysis of HP’s Cloud Portfolio and Strategy www.visiongain.com
    • Contents 4.11 IBM 4.11.1. SoftLayer Acquisition and Bigger Moves in the IaaS Space 4.11.1.1 What is SoftLayer’s Relevance to IBM? 4.11.2 IBM Cloud Portfolio 4.11.3 SWOT Analysis of IBM’s Cloud Portfolio 4.12 Microsoft 4.12.1 Microsoft Windows Azure 4.12.2 Cloud Services 4.12.3 Virtual Machines 4.12.4 Microsoft Cloud Strategy 4.12.4.1 Lowering Prices to Entice New Entrants 4.12.4.2 Tight Integration with Software Suite and Support for Third Party Platforms 4.12.4.3 Greater Customer Control Over Cloud App Upgrades 4.12.4.4 Hybrid Cloud Support 4.12.5 Announcement of the Microsoft Cloud OS Network 4.12.6 SWOT Analysis of Microsoft’s Cloud Portfolio and Strategy 4.13 NetSuite 4.13.1 SuiteCloud 4.13.2 SuiteCloud Developer Tools 4.13.2.1 SuiteBuilder 4.13.2.2 SuiteFlow 4.13.3 SuiteCloud Infrastructure 4.13.4 Building a Reputation for Quality and Cost-Effectiveness 4.13.5 SWOT Analysis of NetSuite’s Cloud Portfolio and Strategy 4.14 Oracle Corporation 4.14.1 Oracle Cloud Portfolio 4.14.2 Oracle Placing Emphasis on India 4.14.3 Oracle Cloud Marketplace 4.14.4 Oracle’s Recent Acquisitions Indicate a Major Cloud Push 4.14.5 Enterprise Partnership with Microsoft and Implications for the Broader Cloud Ecosystem 4.14.6 SWOT Analysis of Oracle’s Cloud Portfolio and Strategy 4.15 Rackspace 4.15.1 Finding Dividends in the Public Cloud 4.15.1.1 Enabling of Auto Scaling 4.15.2 Rackspace Cloud Portfolio 4.16 Salesforce.com www.visiongain.com
    • Contents 4.16.1 Salesforce Cloud Portfolio 4.16.1.1 Revenue Milestones and Profitability 4.16.1.2 Salesforce a Leader in On-Demand CRM 4.16.1.3 Recent Addition of the Chatter Service for Enterprise 4.16.2 International Reach 4.16.3 SWOT Analysis of Salesforce.com’s Strategy and Portfolio 4.17 SAP AG 4.17.1 SAP Cloud Services Overview 4.17.2 SWOT Analysis of SAP’s Cloud Portfolio and Strategy 4.18 Savvis 4.18.1 Savvis Cloud Offerings 4.18.1.1 CenturyLink Cloud: Strength in Space and Numbers 4.18.2 Relationship with VMware 4.18.3 Focus on Recovery Services 4.18.3 SWOT Analysis of Savvis’ Cloud Portfolio and Strategy 4.19 Verizon Terremark 4.19.1 Products, Services, and Strategies for Competing Late in the Game 4.19.1.1 Benefits and Detriments of Multi-Tier Networking 4.19.1.2 Enterprise Cloud Private Edition 4.19.2 High-Profile Contract with Healthcare.gov 4.19.3 SWOT Analysis of Verizon Terremark’s Strategy and Portfolio 4.20 VMware 4.20.1 Phasing in the Cloud Services 4.20.2 Hybrid Cloud Launch: Will it Prove to be a Game Changer? 4.20.3 VMware: A Leader in the Cloud-Based Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Market 4.20.3.1 VMware Workstation 8 4.20.3.2 VMware View 4.20.3.3 View 5 Features 4.20.3.4 View Desktop Types 4.20.4 SWOT Analysis of VMware’s Cloud Portfolio and Strategy 5. Conclusions 5.1 Inevitable IT Shift to the Cloud 5.2 Market Response to the Evolution of the Cloud Computing 5.2.1 Changing IT Professional Skills www.visiongain.com
    • Contents 5.3 Vendor Outlooks 5.4 Final Thoughts Glossary List of Charts in this Report Chart 3.1: Top 20 Cloud Computing Companies Market Share 2013 (% revenue) Chart 3.2: Top 20 Cloud Computing Companies, Cloud Revenue Share 2013 (% revenue) Chart 3.3: Top 20 Cloud Computing Companies Market Share 4Q13 (% revenue) Chart 3.4: Cloud Market Revenue by Segment ($ billion) Chart 3.5: Cloud Market Revenue Share by Segment (%) Chart 4.1: Akamai Global Cloud Computing Market and Company Revenue Share 2013 Chart 4.2: Amazon.com Global Cloud Computing Market and Company Revenue Share 2013 Chart 4.3: AWS Gross Profit Margin FY 2006-2014 (%) Chart 4.4: Apple Global Cloud Computing Market and Company Revenue Share 2013 Chart 4.5: AT&T Global Cloud Computing Market and Company Revenue Share 2014 Chart 4.6: BMC Software Global Cloud Computing Market and Company Revenue Share 2014 Chart 4.7: Citrix Global Cloud Computing Market and Company Revenue Share 2013 Chart 4.8: Dimension Data Software Global Cloud Computing Market and Company Revenue Share 2014 Chart 4.9: Dropbox Global Cloud Computing Market and Company Revenue Share 2013 Chart 4.10: Incumbent Cloud Storage Providers – Comparative User Base 2013 (millions) Chart 4.11: Google Global Cloud Computing Market and Company Revenue Share 2013 Chart 4.12: Google QoQ Property and Infrastructure Spending 1Q12-3Q13 ($ million; %) Chart 4.13: Google QoQ Revenue 1Q12-3Q13 ($ billion; %) Chart 4.14: HP Global Cloud Computing Market and Company Revenue Share 2013 Chart 4.15: IBM Global Cloud Computing Market and Company Revenue Share 2013 Chart 4.16: Microsoft Global Cloud Computing Market and Company Revenue Share 2013 Chart 4.17: Apple Global Cloud Computing Market and Company Revenue Share 2013 Chart 4.18: Citrix Global Cloud Computing Market and Company Revenue Share 2013 Chart 4.19: Rackspace Global Cloud Computing Market and Company Revenue Share 2013 Chart 4.20: Rackspace Dedicated and Public Cloud Revenues 3Q12-3Q13 ($ million) Chart 4.21: Rackspace Dedicated and Public Cloud Revenue Share 3Q12; 3Q13 (%) Chart 4.22: Rackspace Dedicated and Public Cloud Revenue QGR 3Q12-3Q13 (%) Chart 4.23: Salesfore.com Global Cloud Computing Market and Company Revenue Share 2013 www.visiongain.com
    • Contents Chart 4.24: Leading CRM Vendors Global Market Share 2013 (%) Chart 4.25: SAP Global Cloud Computing Market and Company Revenue Share 2013 Chart 4.26: Savvis Global Cloud Computing Market and Company Revenue Share 2013 Chart 4.27: Verizon Terremark Global Cloud Computing Market and Company Revenue Share 2014 Chart 4.28: VMware Global Cloud Computing Market and Company Revenue Share 2013 Chart 5.1: Cloud Delivery Model Market Share (2013) List of Figures in this Report Figure 2.1: Evolution of Cloud Computing Structures Figure 2.2 Key Elements of Cloud Computing Figure 2.3: Cloud Computing Model Figure 2.4: Cloud Computing Stacks Figure 2.5: Cloud Management by Delivery Model Detailed Figure 2.6: Basic Cloud Computing Value Chain Figure 2.7: Key Cloud Computing Value Chain Players Figure 4.1: APN Business Tiers Figure 4.2: APN Business Type Categorisation Figure 4.3: APN Competencies and Accreditations Figure 4.4: Former Apple Device Hierarchy (PC-centric) Figure 4.5: ICloud Apple Device Hierarchy (Centric) Figure 4.6: HP Converged Cloud Outlay Figure 4.7: IBM Cloud Acquisitions Figure 4.8: VMware View Layer Interaction List of Tables in this Report Table 2.1 Essential Characteristics of a Cloud Service as defined by the NIST Table 2.2 Key Characteristics of Cloud Computing Table 2.3: SaaS Characteristics Table 2.4: PaaS Characteristics Table 2.5: IaaS Characteristics Table 2.6 List of Market Players delivering SaaS/PaaS/IaaS Table 2.7 Use cases of SaaS, PaaS, IaaS Table 2.8 Cloud Deployment Models Table 3.1: Top 20 Cloud Vendors Revenue and Market Share 2013 ($ billion, %) www.visiongain.com
    • Contents Table 4.1: Akamai Company Overview 2013 (Ranking, Total Revenue $bn, Revenue from Cloud Computing Market $bn, % Revenue from Cloud Computing Market, Global Cloud Computing Market Share %, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the Cloud Computing Market, HQ, Ticker, Website) Table 4.2: Components of the Akamai Open Platform Initiative Table 4.3: Akamai Cloud Acceleration Products Table 4.4: SWOT Analysis of Akamai’s Cloud Portfolio Table 4.5: Amazon.com Company Overview 2013 (Ranking, Total Revenue $bn, Revenue from Cloud Computing Market $bn, % Revenue from Cloud Computing Market, Global Cloud Computing Market Share %, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the Cloud Computing Market, HQ, Ticker, Website) Table 4.6: Amazon Web Services Cloud Evolution Table 4.7: Amazon Web Services Cloud Offering Table 4.8: SWOT Analysis of Amazon’s Cloud Portfolio and Strategy Table 4.9: Apple Company Overview 2013 (Ranking, Total Revenue $bn, Revenue from Cloud Computing Market $bn, % Revenue from Cloud Computing Market, Global Cloud Computing Market Share %, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the Cloud Computing Market, HQ, Ticker, Website) Table 4.10: SWOT Analysis of Apple’s Cloud Portfolio Table 4.11: AT&T Company Overview 2013 (Ranking, Total Revenue $bn, Revenue from Cloud Computing Market $bn, % Revenue from Cloud Computing Market, Global Cloud Computing Market Share %, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the Cloud Computing Market, HQ, Ticker, Website) Table 4.12: AT&T Cloud Architect Suite Description Table 4.13: AT&T Synaptic Cloud Suite Description Table 4.14: SWOT Analysis of AT&T’s Cloud Portfolio Table 4.15: BMC Software Company Overview 2013 (Ranking, Total Revenue $bn, Revenue from Cloud Computing Market $bn, % Revenue from Cloud Computing Market, Global Cloud Computing Market Share %, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the Cloud Computing Market, HQ, Ticker, Website) Table 4.16: BMC Software Cloud Lifecycle Management Feature Description Table 4.17: BMC Software Cloud Lifecycle Management Feature Description Table 4.18: SWOT Analysis of BMC’s Cloud Portfolio Table 4.19: Citrix Systems Company Overview 2013 (Ranking, Total Revenue $bn, Revenue from Cloud Computing Market $bn, % Revenue from Cloud Computing Market, Global Cloud Computing Market Share %, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the Cloud Computing Market, HQ, Ticker, Website) Table 4.20: Citrix CloudPlatform Key Features Table 4.21: SWOT Analysis of Citrix’s Cloud Portfolio Table 4.22: Dimension Data Company Overview 2013 (Ranking, Total Revenue $bn, Revenue from Cloud Computing Market $bn, % Revenue from Cloud Computing Market, Global Cloud Computing Market Share %, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the Cloud Computing Market, HQ, Ticker, Website) www.visiongain.com
    • Contents Table 4.23: SWOT Analysis of Dimension Data’s Cloud Portfolio Table 4.24: Dropbox Company Overview 2013 (Ranking, Total Revenue $bn, Revenue from Cloud Computing Market $bn, % Revenue from Cloud Computing Market, Global Cloud Computing Market Share %, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the Cloud Computing Market, HQ, Ticker, Website) Table 4.25: Citrix CloudPlatform Key Features Table 4.26: SWOT Analysis of Dropbox’s Cloud Portfolio Table 4.27: Google Company Overview 2013 (Ranking, Total Revenue $bn, Revenue from Cloud Computing Market $bn, % Revenue from Cloud Computing Market, Global Cloud Computing Market Share %, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the Cloud Computing Market, HQ, Ticker, Website) Table 4.28: SWOT Analysis of Google’s Cloud Portfolio Table 4.29 Hewlett-Packard Company Overview 2013 (Ranking, Total Revenue $bn, Revenue from Military Cloud Computing Market $bn, % Revenue from Military EO/IR Market, Global Military Cloud Computing Market Share %, Capital Expenditure as a % of Total Revenue, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the EO/IR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website) Table 4.30: HP Selected Cloud Offerings Table 4.31: SWOT Analysis of HP’s Cloud Portfolio Table 4.32: IBM Company Overview 2013 (Ranking, Total Revenue $bn, Revenue from Military Cloud Computing Market $bn, % Revenue from Cloud Computing Market, Global Cloud Computing Market Share %, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the Cloud Computing Market, HQ, Ticker, Website) Table 4.33: IBM Cloud Offerings Table 4.34: SWOT Analysis of IBM’s Cloud Portfolio Table 4.35: Microsoft Company Overview 2013 (Ranking, Total Revenue $bn, Revenue from Cloud Computing Market $bn, % Revenue from Cloud Computing Market, Global Cloud Computing Market Share %, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the Cloud Computing Market, HQ, Ticker, Website) Table 4.36: Microsoft Cloud OS Network Partners Table 4.37: SWOT Analysis of Microsoft’s Cloud Portfolio Table 4.38: NetSuite Company Overview 2013 (Ranking, Total Revenue $bn, Revenue from Cloud Computing Market $bn, % Revenue from Cloud Computing Market, Global Cloud Computing Market Share %, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the Cloud Computing Market, HQ, Ticker, Website) Table 4.39: SuiteCloud Key Features Table 4.40: Customisable Features in SuiteBuilder Table 4.41: SuiteCloud Infrastructure Features Table 4.42: SWOT Analysis of NetSuite’s Cloud Portfolio Table 4.44: Oracle Cloud Solutions Described Table 4.45: Oracle Client Gains in India Table 4.46: Oracle Acqusitions 2011-2014 www.visiongain.com
    • Contents Table 4.47: SWOT Analysis of Oracle’s Cloud Portfolio Table 4.48: Rackspace Company Overview 2013 (Ranking, Total Revenue $bn, Revenue from Cloud Computing Market $bn, % Revenue from Cloud Computing Market, Global Cloud Computing Market Share %, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the Cloud Computing Market, HQ, Ticker, Website) Table 4.49: Rackspace Auto Scaling Policies Described Table 4.50: RackSpace Cloud Offerings Table 4.51: OpenStack Components Table 4.52: Salesforce.com Company Overview 2013 (Ranking, Total Revenue $bn, Revenue from Cloud Computing Market $bn, % Revenue from Cloud Computing Market, Global Cloud Computing Market Share %, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the Cloud Computing Market, HQ, Ticker, Website) Table 4.53: Salesforce Product List Table 4.54: SWOT Analysis of Salesforce.com’s Cloud Portfolio Table 4.55: SAP AG Company Overview 2013 (Ranking, Total Revenue $bn, Revenue from Cloud Computing Market $bn, % Revenue from Cloud Computing Market, Global Cloud Computing Market Share %, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the Cloud Computing Market, HQ, Ticker, Website) Table 4.56: SWOT Analysis of SAP’s Cloud Portfolio Table 4.57: CenturyLink Savvis Company Overview 2013 (Ranking, Total Revenue $bn, Revenue from Cloud Computing Market $bn, % Revenue from Cloud Computing Market, Global Cloud Computing Market Share %, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the Cloud Computing Market, HQ, Ticker, Website) Table 4.58: Savvis CloudPlatform Key Features Table 4.59: SWOT Analysis of Savvis’ Cloud Portfolio Table 4.60: Verizon Terremark Company Overview 2013 (Ranking, Total Revenue $bn, Revenue from Cloud Computing Market $bn, % Revenue from Cloud Computing Market, Global Cloud Computing Market Share %, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the Cloud Computing Market, HQ, Ticker, Website) Table 4.61: SWOT Analysis of Verizon Terremark’s Cloud Portfolio Table 4.61: VMware Company Overview 2013 (Ranking, Total Revenue $bn, Revenue from Cloud Computing Market $bn, % Revenue from Cloud Computing Market, Global Cloud Computing Market Share %, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the Cloud Computing Market, HQ, Ticker, Website) Table 4.62: Focal Points of VMware’s Workstation 8 Table 4.63: VMware View Desktop Types Comparison Table 4.64: VMware View Desktop Types Description Table 4.65: SWOT Analysis of VMware’s Cloud Portfolio Table 5.1: Leading Cloud Vendors Revenue and Market Share 2013 ($ billion, %) www.visiongain.com
    • Contents Companies Mentioned in this Report Accenture Aditya Birla Management Adobe Systems Airbnb Airtel Learning Akamai Amazon Amazon Web Services Anso Lab Apache Apollo Hospitals Apple Aruba.it AT&T BigMachines BigTree Entertainment BMC Software Buddy Media Cap Gemini Capita IT Services CCS Centrify CenturyLink CGI Cisco Systems Citrix ClearTrial Cognizant Collective Intellect Compendium Corente CSC DataRaker Dell www.visiongain.com
    • Contents Digilink Dimension Data Doruknet Dropbox DynamicOps EMC Corporation ExactTarget Facebook Flipboard Foursquare Fujitsu Google Haier HCL Technologies Hero MotoCorp Hewlett-Packard Hexaware HP IBM Instantis Intel Iweb Jabong.com Juniper Kalpataru Knox L&T Infotech Lenovo MarketOne Maruti Motors Microsoft Microsoft Myntra.com Nature’s Feast Neologin NetApp India www.visiongain.com
    • Contents Netsuite Nicira Inc. Nimbula Nttx Okta Oracle Outsourcery OVH.com Pillar Pingidentity Pinterest Rackspace Radian Reddit Revera RightNow Technologies Salesforce.com Samsung SAP AG Savvis SelectMinds SingTel SlideRocket SoftLayer Sogeti Sonata Software SpringSource Sudhir Gensets SugarCRM TeleComputing Terremark/Verizon Thomas Cook Tieto TripleCloud T-Systems Twitter www.visiongain.com
    • Contents Verizon Terremark Virtuos VMware Wipro Workday Wortmann AG Xsigo Systems Organisations Mentioned in this Report Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Internal Revenue Service (IRS) International Telecommunications Union (ITU) National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) State and Justice Departments US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) US Department of Interior (DoI) US Olympic Committee World Bank www.visiongain.com
    • Top 20 Cloud Computing Companies 2014: Leaders in IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, Public, Private, & Hybrid Cloud Solutions 5% of the cloud computing market by the end of 2013, although it comprises a smaller portion of their operations by comparison. See Table 4.29 for a company overview profile and Chart 4.14 for market share figures. Table 4.29 Hewlett-Packard Company Overview 2013 (Ranking, Total Revenue $bn, Revenue from Military Cloud Computing Market $bn, % Revenue from Military EO/IR Market, Global Military Cloud Computing Market Share %, Capital Expenditure as a % of Total Revenue, Subsidiaries/Divisions in the EO/IR Market, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website) Ranking Total Revenue $m Revenue from Cloud Computing Market 2013 ($ bn) % Revenue from Cloud Computing Market 2013 Global Cloud Computing Market Share % Subsidiaries/Divisions in the Cloud Market Headquarters Ticker Website st 1 $112.3 bn $3.80 bn 3.38% 4.98% HP Cloud Palo Alto, California NYSE: HPQ www.hpcloud.com Source: visiongain, 2014 Chart 4.14: HP Global Cloud Computing Market and Company Revenue Share 2013 Share of Global Cloud Computing Revenue Cloud Share of Company Revenue 4.98% 95.02% 3.38% 96.62% Source: visiongain, 2014 4.10.1 Cloud OS With Cloud OS, its most recent cloud product branding, HP is aiming to create a consistent infrastructure environment using OpenStack. Cloud OS acts as the company’s internal OpenStack distribution, which allows it to progressively add functionalities to an IaaS delivery, which can later be used for HP’s private or managed cloud. www.visiongain.com Page 85
    • Top 20 Cloud Computing Companies 2014: Leaders in IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, Public, Private, & Hybrid Cloud Solutions such as AWS have been able to grow their businesses from the ground up and become market leaders relatively quickly. In this type of market environment, it is understandable for players such as Oracle and Microsoft to put collaboration before market share, as these companies will stand a greater chance of fending off new entrants and challengers this way. This also forces environments such as Oracles previously “walled garden” to enter into the age of interoperability and open APIs. 4.14.6 SWOT Analysis of Oracle’s Cloud Portfolio and Strategy Table 4.47: SWOT Analysis of Oracle’s Cloud Portfolio • • • • • • • • • • • Strengths Giant brand name with international recognition Broad product suite Appeal to both enterprise segment and service providers Offers IaaS and SaaS solutions Effective partner network Enterprise partnership with Microsoft creates license interoperability Some sales and pricing flexibility Opportunities Oracle has the operating capital to grow its cloud portfolio and expertise through acquisitions Indian cloud market growing rapidly International operations provides proximity to clients and makes strategy and products easier to implement across regions Few vendors can challenge Oracle’s dominance in enterprise-wide applications • • • • • • • • Weaknesses High TCO and subscription pricing will drive away SMBs and larger, more fiscally conservative enterprise Do not have a multi-tenant cloud architecture Greater difficulty of imparting system and software upgrades CRM UI is unengaging Small partner network, third party plug-in solutions, and lacklustre marketplace Threats SAP is moving aggressively in the same space and is the largest, most direct threat to Oracle Cloud computing, broadly, has dissipated Oracle’s monopoly standing in enterprise software, systems, and services Slow adoption of Oracle’s cloud-based ERP solution Source: visiongain, 2014 4.15 Rackspace While it does not have a significant public facing division, Rackspace remains a trusted cloud vendor. Rather than providing shared data centre resources, the company opts for private ones, splitting its product suite between dedicated services and public cloud. Rackspace is a global web host known for high end managed hosting and dedicated services. It is the among the biggest players in the cloud computing landscape. The company delivers enterprise-level managed services for all types for businesses. www.visiongain.com Page 109
    • Top 20 Cloud Computing Companies 2014: Leaders in IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, Public, Private, & Hybrid Cloud Solutions to benchmark tests. Rackspace is responding to greater customer consumption of memory, which the company attributes to more mature applications being run in the cloud. They have responded with a maturation of public cloud architecture, which visiongain believes will continue to be a boon for them as the cloud market evolves. See Chart 4.20 and 4.21 for a distribution of Rackspace quarterly revenue 3Q12-3Q13. Chart 4.20: Rackspace Dedicated and Public Cloud Revenues 3Q12-3Q13 ($ million) Quarterly revenue ($ million) 450 400 350 87.3 90.9 99.0 108.4 79.4 256.5 265.6 271.3 276.8 280.2 3Q12 300 4Q12 1Q13 2Q13 3Q13 250 200 150 100 50 0 Dedicated cloud revenue Public cloud revenue Source: visiongain, 2014 Chart 4.21: Rackspace Dedicated and Public Cloud Revenue Share 3Q12; 3Q13 (%) 3Q12 3Q13 23.6% 27.9% 76.4% 72.1% Dedicated cloud revenue Dedicated cloud revenue Public cloud revenue Public cloud revenue Source: visiongain, 2014 www.visiongain.com Page 111