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Webinar: Bringing OpenGamma to the Cloud / Today's Cloudscape - 451 Research
Webinar: Bringing OpenGamma to the Cloud / Today's Cloudscape - 451 Research
Webinar: Bringing OpenGamma to the Cloud / Today's Cloudscape - 451 Research
Webinar: Bringing OpenGamma to the Cloud / Today's Cloudscape - 451 Research
Webinar: Bringing OpenGamma to the Cloud / Today's Cloudscape - 451 Research
Webinar: Bringing OpenGamma to the Cloud / Today's Cloudscape - 451 Research
Webinar: Bringing OpenGamma to the Cloud / Today's Cloudscape - 451 Research
Webinar: Bringing OpenGamma to the Cloud / Today's Cloudscape - 451 Research
Webinar: Bringing OpenGamma to the Cloud / Today's Cloudscape - 451 Research
Webinar: Bringing OpenGamma to the Cloud / Today's Cloudscape - 451 Research
Webinar: Bringing OpenGamma to the Cloud / Today's Cloudscape - 451 Research
Webinar: Bringing OpenGamma to the Cloud / Today's Cloudscape - 451 Research
Webinar: Bringing OpenGamma to the Cloud / Today's Cloudscape - 451 Research
Webinar: Bringing OpenGamma to the Cloud / Today's Cloudscape - 451 Research
Webinar: Bringing OpenGamma to the Cloud / Today's Cloudscape - 451 Research
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Webinar: Bringing OpenGamma to the Cloud / Today's Cloudscape - 451 Research

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William Fellows, VP Research at 451 Research, will present his latest research highlighting the spend on cloud across different verticals, the transition from on-demand infrastructure to sophisticated cloud management and the key role played by cloud-enabling technologies. Finally, he'll take a look at the way cloud service delivery is rapidly evolving and the way the provider landscape is changing.

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  • 1. Today’s  CloudScape   William  Fellows,  VP  Research  
  • 2. The  451  Group  Today   §  240+  Staff   §  One  company  with  5  business  lines   §  Syndicated  research,  cerGficaGon,   §  1,300+  client  organizaGons:   enterprises,  vendors,  service   providers,  and  investment  firms   accreditaGon,  and  advisory  services   §  Organic  and  growth  through   acquisiGon   §  Global  Events   2  
  • 3. The  451  Group’s  Coverage  Map:  The  Digital  Infrastructure      
  • 4. Growth  trends,  market  forecast   Just  a  Cloud  Away   Growth  trends,  market  forecast  
  • 5. Cloud-­‐as-­‐a-­‐Service  categories   Number of 2012 Revenue 12 - 16 % of Total 2012 Vendors ($B) CAGR Revenue IaaS 149 $2.9 37% 51% PaaS 75 $1.4 41% 24% SaaS-Infrastructure 109 $1.4 29% 25% Total Cloud Market 309 $5.7 36% 100% Sector
  • 6. Cloud  Market  Overview  –  Revenue  ($b)  
  • 7. Cloud  As-­‐a-­‐Service  2012  Revenue  by  VerGcal:  300+  vendors  
  • 8. Cloud  Market  EvoluGon  
  • 9. Cloud  Enabling  Technologies  Market  Taxonomy   Cloud  enabling  technologies  (CET)  encompasses  the  vital  support  system  for  a  cloud  environment,   which  includes  the  automaGon  and  management  stack  and  security  stack.    It  is  our  posiGon  that   server  virtualizaGon  itself  is  an  enabler  for  cloud  compuGng.    It  addiGon,  what  the  broader  industry   terms  ‘private  clouds’  fall  under  the  purview  of  our  CET  definiGon  because  this  technology  is   installed,  delivered  and  consumed  on-­‐premise  and  is  not  hosted  by  a  third  party.     Cloud  Enabling  Technologies   Virtualiza;on   Automa;on  &  Management   Security   Server   Data  &   Applica;on   Protec;on   I/O   Incumbent   Technologies   Cloud  PlaForms  
  • 10. CET  Market  Highlights  ($B)   CET  SECTOR   2012   2013   2014   2015   2016   12-­‐16  CAGR   Virtualiza;on   $6.97   $8.48   $9.97   $11.41   $12.76   16%   Automa;on  &   Management   $3.36   $4.61   $5.97   $7.49   $9.10   28%   Security   $0.28   $0.36   $0.47   $0.62   $0.76   29%   Total  CET   $10.61   $13.46   $16.40   $19.53   $22.62   21%   Within  CET,  virtualizaGon—the  foundaGon  for   cloud  compuGng—  accounts  for  the  majority  of     total  market  revenue  with  a  66%  share,  but  being   the  most  mature  segment,  it  has  the  lowest  CAGR   through  2016  at  16%.     The  automaGon  and  management  sector,  the   largest  in  terms  of  vendor  count,  accounts  for  32%   of  the  market  total  and  should  see  a  healthy  28%   CAGR.     Within  the  virtualizaGon  stack,  a  29%  CAGR  in  I/O   virtualizaGon  and  24%  CAGR  in  data  and   applicaGon  protecGon  are  offset  by  the  relaGvely   mature  and  much  larger  server  virtualizaGon   segment,  which  we  expect  to  grow  at  an  11%   CAGR.     VirtualizaGon  security  is  the  smallest  segment  with   no  single  vendor  dominaGng.    It  makes  up  only  2%   of  the  CET  space  but  has  the  highest  CAGR  through   2016  at  29%.        
  • 11. Market  Trends  &  EvoluGon  
  • 12. ConsolidaGon  of  service  delivery  models   •  As  outsourcing,   managed  hosGng  and   cloud  conGnue  to   converge,  users  are   increasingly  seeking   opGons  that  allow  them   to  select  from  these   models  and  others  as   part  of  'best  execuGon   venue'  strategies.   •  They’ll  require   applicaGon  and  other   higher  value  services   beyond  IaaS   12  
  • 13. CreaGng  Value:  ApplicaGon  Marketplaces   Marketplaces  serve  as  incubators  for   innovaGon  –  many  cloud-­‐based  business   apps  offer  beier  features  than  their  on-­‐ premise  versions.   Telcos  can  become  a  trusted  cloud  partner   and  give  SMB  access  to  enterprise-­‐class   business  apps.   §  §  §  §  Orange  –  Private  ApplicaGons  Store   Telefónica  –  Aplicateca   BT  –  ApplicaGons  Marketplace   Deutsche  Telekom  –  Business,   Enterprise  Marketplaces  
  • 14. Opportunity  across  the  provider  space   What  vendor  or  service  providers  are  you  currently  using  to  provide  external  public  cloud  compuGng  services?   What  vendor  or  service  provider  do  you  envision  procuring  external  public  cloud  compuGng  services  from?     20%   15%   TelecommunicaGons  Provider   Online  Service  Providers   HosGng  Provider   TradiGonal  Systems  Integrator  with  Hardware  Assets   Datacenter  Operator   System  Integrator  or  Asset-­‐light  Provider   19%   8%   7%   7%   6%   5%   5%   3%   4%   3%   TradiGonal  ISV   3%   5%   2%   Value-­‐Added  Reseller   2%   0%   n=100     Pure  SaaS  Provider   1%   Cloud  CompuGng  —  Wave  4  
  • 15. Cloud  grows  up    

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