Latest Report Available at Analytical Research Cognizance, “Cloud Computing Market” provides pin-point analysis for changing competitive dynamics and a forward looking perspective on different factors driving or restraining industry growth.
Software as a service (SaaS), accessed via the Public Cloud, has become the most efficient way to develop and deliver software. As a result, a new breed of ‘Cloud native’ SaaS players are emerging.
Cloud computing accounted for 5.8% of a global IT market that was worth $2,040bn in 2016, according to IDC. Whilst global IT expenditure is growing at a headline rate of 3%, Cloud revenues – which reached $124bn in 2016 – are growing at closer to 20%.
In theory, the entire IT market could shift to the Cloud, so the disruption yet to be unleashed onto the global software and IT services sector is likely to be substantial.
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Inside this report, we look at the key trend impacting the Cloud computing industry, drilling down into the value chain and identifying winners and losers.
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Some Points from TOC:
Table of Contents
Defining Cloud computing
The Cloud computing stack
Business benefits of Cloud computing
User benefits of Cloud computing
Cloud professional services
Cloud model (IaaS and PaaS)
Cloud model (SaaS)
Cloud professional services model
The industry backdrop
Cloud is the th computing wave
Market size and growth forecasts
Strategically, IaaS is the best place to be in the Cloud computing stack
SaaS is the largest segment of the Cloud
The Hybrid Cloud is growing fast
and so is the open-source Cloud
What does the future of the Cloud look like?
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