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Cloud Predictions 2012 Infrastructure as a Service

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Cloud Predictions 2012 Infrastructure as a Service

Cloud Predictions 2012 Infrastructure as a Service

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  • 1. Cloud Predictions 2012:Infrastructure as a Service http://clean-clouds.com Visit Researcher’s Blog - http://clean-clouds.com
  • 2. Cloud Service Models Visit Researcher’s Blog - http://clean-clouds.com
  • 3. IaaS• Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) takes off but gets complicated• By 2013, IaaS providers that have built their cloud IaaS offerings using enterprise-class rather than global-class technology will run into scalability challenges that the underlying vendors may be inadequately prepared to address.• By the end of 2012, IaaS providers will have begun to form close partnerships with IT operations management vendors, or will have acquired one or more small vendors with cloudspecific capabilities. Verizon/Terremarks purchase of CloudSwitch is an example of such an acquisition. Visit Researcher’s Blog - http://clean-clouds.com
  • 4. • By 2016, "spot pricing" markets for cloud IaaS capacity will become a common way for organizations to source capacity for running non-time- critical, compute-intensive batch jobs that do not use sensitive data.• Expected or realized cost savings of 30%–40% or Higher• Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) takes off but gets complicated• IaaS market leaders arent immune to these cloud computing trends. Increased competition and pressure to grow profits will motivate them to expand into the SaaS and PaaS markets. Visit Researcher’s Blog - http://clean-clouds.com
  • 5. Forecasting Public Cloud Adoption in the Enterprise • (IaaS) System Infrastructure Services/Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) – With a projected CAGR of 41.7%, this segment is the fastest growing of the five Gartner included in their public cloud forecast. From $4.2B in revenue generated in 2011 to $24.4B in 2016, IaaS is expected to grow by just over $20B in the forecast period globally. – CAGR by IaaS segment from 2001 to 2016 include Compute (43.2%), Storage (36.6%) and Print (16%). – The Compute subsegment is expected to see the greatest revenue growth globally, growing from $3.3B in 2011 to $20.2B in 2016, generating a 43.2% CAGR.http://www.forbes.com/sites/louiscolumbus/2012/07/02/forecasting-public-cloud-adoption-in-the-enterprise-2/ Visit Researcher’s Blog - http://clean-clouds.com
  • 6. Gartner : IaaS• "Pure play" cloud IaaS providers – GoGrid, Joyent and Tier 3• Web hosters – Rackspace, Savvis (acquired by CenturyLink) and Terremark (acquired by Verizon)• CSPs - communications service providers – AT&T, Colt and SingTel• DCOs – data center outsourcers – CSC, Fujitsu and IBM• Hardware vendors – Dell, HP and IBM• Distributors, VARs and Sis – Capgemini, CDW and Ingram Micro Gartner 2012 Competitive Landscape New Entrants to the Cloud IaaS Market Face Tough Competitive Challenges Visit Researcher’s Blog - http://clean-clouds.com
  • 7. IDC-IaaS Providers• Cloud and Virtualization System Software • Enterprise System Management Software – Amazon, AMD, Cisco, Citrix, Clear – ASG; Attachmate; BMC Software; CA Technologies; Cube, Dell, Egenera, HP, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Oracle, Compuware; Dell; EMC; Fujitsu; Heroix; Hitachi; HP; Parallels, Quest, Red Hat, Symantec/VERITAS, Terremark, TripWire, Vistensy IBM Tivoli; Integrated Research; Intel; Keynote; s, Vizioncore, Vkernel, VMware, Wyse, and Xsigo. LANdesk; Levi, Ray & Shoup; Macro 4; Microsoft; – http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=IDC_P10 Motive; NEC; OpTier; Oracle; ORSYP; OTG Software; 666 Precise Software; Quest Software; Raxco; Service• Cloud Identity and Access Strategies Now; Symantec; TeamQuest; Tidal Software; UC4; and – Authentify, Aveksa, BeyondTrust, CA VMware. Technologies, Centrify, Courion Corp., Cisco, Cyber- Ark, Entrust, Fujitsu, Gemalto, Go Daddy, Hitachi, HID – http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=IDC_P15 Global, HP, IBM, Lieberman 3 Software, Microsoft, Novell, NSN, Omada, Oracle Corp., PhoneFactor, Ping Identity, Quest • Security Products Software, RSA, The Security Division of EMC, SafeNet, SailPoint, Sybase, Symantec, and – Absolute Software, Alcatel-Lucent, Axway, Barracuda Varonis. Networks, Blue Coat, CA Technologies, Check Point, – http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=IDC_P21 Cisco, Clearswift, Core Security, Credant, Crossbeam 557 Systems, EdgeWave, EMC, Entrust, ESET, Fortinet, F-• Enterprise Servers: Technology Markets Secure, Gemalto, Google, HP, IBM, Intel/McAfee, – AMD, Avocent, Cisco, Citrix, Dell, Egenera, EMC, Fujits u, Hitachi, HP, IBM, Intel, Lenovo, LSI, Microsoft, NEC, Juniper, Kaspersky, LSI, Lumension, M86, Microsoft, Network Appliance, Novell, Oracle, Platform NetForensics, NetIQ, Novell, Oracle, Palo Alto Computing, Quantum, Rackable, Red Networks, PassLogix, Proofpoint, Q1 Labs, Qualys, Hat, SGI, Stratus, Sun Microsystems, SuperMicro, Symantec/VERITAS, Unisys RSA, SafeNet, SonicWALL, Sophos, Sourcefire, , Verari, and VMware. Symantec, Trend Micro, TrustWave, Vericept, VMware, – http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=IDC_P10 WatchGuard, Webroot, and Websense. 665 – Source: http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=IDC_P26 Visit Researcher’s Blog - http://clean-clouds.com 1
  • 8. IDC-IaaS Providers • Security Services – Accenture, Alcatel-Lucent, AT&T, British Telecom (Counterpane), BearingPoint, CA Technologies, Capgemini, CenturyLink, Cisco, Covisint, CSC, Dell/SecureWorks, Deloitte & Touche, EMC (RSA), Entrust, Fujitsu, General Dynamics, HP/EDS, IBM ISS, Infosys, Lockheed Martin, McAfee, Microsoft, Northrop Grumman, Novell, Oracle, Orange Business Services, Perimeter E-Security, PricewaterhoueCoopers, Qualys, SafeNet, SAIC, SonicWALL, Symantec, Sprint, Tata Communications, Trend Micro, Trustwave, Unisys, Verizon Business, and Wipro. • Storage Solutions: Storage and the Cloud – Accenture, Amazon, Asigra, AT&T, Autonomy, BT, Carbonite, CenturyLink, CSC, Dell, EMC, F5, Fujitsu, Google, Hitachi, HP, IBM, LiveOffice, Microsoft, Mozy, NetApp, Nirvanix, Oracle, Rackspace, Riverbed, Seagate, Symantec, Telstra, T-Systems, and Verizon.Source: http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=IDC_P814 Visit Researcher’s Blog - http://clean-clouds.com
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