Global Cloud Computing Services industry

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Global Cloud Computing Services industry

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This report analyzes the Global market for Cloud Computing Services in US$ Million by the following service segments: Application Services, Business Process Services, and Infrastructure Services (Application Infrastructure, & System Infrastructure). Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2006 through 2015. The report profiles 92 companies including 3tera, Inc., Akamai Technologies Inc., Amazon Web Services, LLC, Dell Inc., ENKI, Flexiant Ltd., Google, Inc., Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P., IBM Corporation, Joyent, Inc., Layered Technologies, Inc., Microsoft Corporation, Netsuite Inc., Novell, Inc., OpSource, Inc., Oracle Corporation, Rackspace Hosting, Inc., Red Hat, Inc., Salesforce.com, Inc., Skytap, Inc., and Terremark Worldwide, Inc. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are mostly extracted from URL research and reported select online sources.

CLOUD COMPUTING SERVICES MCP-6223

A GLOBAL MARKET REPORT

CONTENTS

I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS

Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1

Disclaimers I-2

Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-3

Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-3

Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3

II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW II-1

Cloud Euphoria Marks the Entry of Network Infrastructure Into

the 22nd Century II-1

Implications for Cloud Computing II-1

Table 1: IT Spending Worldwide (2012P): Percentage Share

Breakdown of IT Spending by Cloud IT & On Premise IT II-2

Proliferation of Internet Provides a Fertile Environment for

Growth of Cloud Computing II-2

SaaS Gives Way to Cloud Computing II-2

Table 2: World Market for SaaS (Software-as-a-Service)

(2006): Percentage Share Breakdown of Revenues of Leading

Players (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-3

Table 3: World IT Cloud Services (2009E & 2013P): Percentage

Breakdown by Select Service Type (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) II-3

Competition Heats Up II-3

Where Virtualization Meets the Cloud . II-4

Table 4: Worldwide Virtualization Software Market (2007):

Percentage Share Breakdown of Revenue by Geographic Region -

Americas, EMEA and Asia (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-4

Recession Magnifies the Business Case for Cloud Computing II-5

Table 5: Recession Fuels Innovation & Technology Adoption:

Key Statistical Results of Surveys to Identify Corporate

Willingness to Adopt New Technologies to Cut Costs & Scale

Back On New Technologies to Cut Costs II-5

Year 2010 Limps Out On a Broken Economy II-5

Private Cloud Versus Public Cloud: Where Does the Future Lie? II-6

Open Source Cloud Gathering Interest Amidst the Slowdown II-6

Challenges Bedevil Cloud Computing II-7

Migration Onto the Cloud: Not So Easy As it Seems! II-7

Legal, Regulatory, and Business Risks: The Three Most

Peskiest Issues II-8

Cloud Computing Vendors Themselves Pose A Risk II-8

Inability of SLAs to Guarantee System Availability II-8

Managing the Cloud: Companies Doing It the Wrong Way! II-8

The Road Ahead II-9

Outlook II-9

Present State of Affairs in Select Regional Markets: A Review II-9

India II-9

United Kingdom II-10

Thailand II-10

China II-10

South Korea II-10

Taiwan II-11

2. TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW II-12

Cracking the Mystery Behind the Nebulous Concept of Cloud

Computing II-12

What's a Cloud? II-12

Cloud Computing Architecture II-12

Components of A Cloud Computing Architecture II-13

Client II-13

Services II-13

Application II-13

Platform II-13

Infrastructure II-14

What are Cloud Computing Services? II-14

"Cloud Services" - How Different is it from Cloud Computing? II-14

Attributes that Define New Generation of "Cloud Services" II-15

Access over the Internet II-15

Typically Provided Offsite by a Third-Party Provider II-15

Minimal IT Skills Requirement II-15

Pricing II-15

User Interface II-15

Provisioning II-15

Well-Defined Systems Interface II-15

Shared resources II-15

Cloud Service Segments II-15

Application Services II-15

Key Attributes of Cloud Application Services: II-16

Business Process Services II-16

Infrastructure Services II-16

Types of Clouds (Typical Deployment Models) II-17

Public Cloud II-17

Private Cloud II-17

Community Cloud II-17

Hybrid Cloud II-17

Types of Cloud Delivery Models II-18

Software as a Service (SaaS) II-18

Platform as a Service (PaaS) II-18

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) II-18

Characteristics of a Cloud Computing Environment II-18

Elasticity II-18

Measured Service II-19

On-Demand Self Service II-19

Ubiquitous Network Access II-19

Resource Pooling II-19

Benefits of Cloud Computing II-19

Cost Reduction II-19

Flexibility II-19

Accessibility II-20

Elastic Scalability II-20

Reliability and Fault-Tolerance II-20

Agility II-20

Delegation II-20

Risks, Concerns, & Challenges in Cloud Computing II-20

Data Leakage II-21

Constant Infrastructure Availability II-21

Compliance II-21

Governance II-21

Optimized Performance II-21

Customer Control and Visibility II-21

Rapid Delivery of Services and Products II-22

Cloud Computing Standards II-22

Languages, Images, and Tools II-22

Preconfigured, Preinstalled Systems II-22

Virtual Machine Types II-22

Cloud Computing Vs Other Related Technologies II-23

Utility Computing II-23

Virtualization II-23

Cluster Computing II-23

Grid Computing II-23

Hosting Services II-23

3. CLOUD COMPUTING SUCCESS STORIES IN THE INDUSTRY: A REVIEW II-24

The United States II-24

Federal Agencies Using Cloud Computing II-24

General Services Administration (GSA) II-24

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) II-24

Defense Agencies II-24

Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) II-24

The United States Army II-25

National Security Agency (NSA) II-25

Cloud Computing in Select Domestic Government Agencies II-25

Department of Interior National Business Center (NBC) II-25

Department of Health and Human Services Program Support

Center (PSC) II-25

Census Bureau II-25

The White House II-25

Cloud Computing in Education System II-26

Primary and Secondary Education II-26

Colleges and Universities II-26

Japan II-26

Government Projects II-27

The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC) II-27

The Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry (METI) II-27

Advanced Cloud Education and Research in Universities II-27

University of Tsukuba II-27

Kyushu University II-27

4. PRODUCT/SERVICE LAUNCHES II-28

Terremark Worldwide Introduces vCloud Express II-28

Salesforce.com Unveils Contact Manager Edition II-28

Telstra and Microsoft Launch Microsoft Online Services on

Telstra T-Suite Platform II-29

OpSource Unveils OpSource CloudTM II-29

Hosting.com Introduces Cloud VPS II-30

Amazon Web Services Develops Amazon Virtual Private Cloud II-30

SpringSource Unveils SpringSource Cloud Foundry II-30

ElasticHosts Unveils Cloud Server Services II-31

Allied Digital Services Introduces Cloud Computing Management

and Security Solutions II-31

Salesforce.com CRM Rolls Out Force.com Free Edition II-31

Xactium Introduces Cloud GRC II-32

SingTel Unveils Cloud Computing Offering II-32

Microsoft Develops Azure Services Platform II-32

Sun Microsystems Launches Open Cloud Platform II-33

Acumen Unleashes Cloud Computing Practice for Government Agencies II-33

Wuxi iPark and IBM Unveil IT Infrastructure Service Platform II-33

Egnyte Introduces Local Cloud II-34

Intalio Launches Intalio|BPM 6.0 II-34

Cirrhus9 Introduces C9 CSP Platform II-34

Wipro Infotech Ventures into Cloud Computing and Data Center II-35

Atlanta and Exponential-e Roll Out Corporate Cloud II-35

Citrix Systems Unveils Citrix C3 Lab II-35

ForLinux Unveils Cloud Computing Service Using Enomaly's ECP II-35

Cisco Introduces Unified Service Delivery and Faster CRS-1

Modules II-36

Jive Launches Enterprise Cloud Computing Strategy and Jive

Express II-36

Virtual Global Releases TeamHost Cloud Computing System II-37

Terremark Introduces Enterprise Cloud in Europe II-37

A-Server Unveils DAAS.com II-37

EveryZing Unveils MediaCloud II-38

CSC Unveils Initiative to Deliver Cloud Computing Services II-38

we-R-you Unveils R360 Computing Solution II-38

Terremark Worldwide Unveils Hosting Services for SAP® Solutions II-39

Terremark Worldwide Launches Virtualized Disaster Recovery

Solutions II-39

Salesforce.com Launches Cloud Computing Solutions II-40

Dell and Salesforce.com Unveil Cloud Computing Solutions for SMBs II-40

Salesforce.com Unveils New Edition of Force.com for Google App

Engine II-41

Rackspace® Hosting Introduces Public Beat Version of Cloud

Servers® API II-41

Rackspace® Hosting Unveils New Cloud Based Offerings II-42

Vantage Expands Cloud Computing Solutions Suite II-42

Salesforce.com Introduces Cloud Computing in India II-43

DocuSign Launches DocuSign Connect for Salesforce II-43

LongJump Rolls Out Development Suite II-43

SIMtone Unveils Universal Cloud Computing Platform II-43

Salesforce.com Expands Force.com Platform II-44

Rackspace Unveils Cloud Hosting Portfolio II-44

Marcellus Introduces New Cloud-Based Video Platform II-45

Salesforce.com Introduces Force.com Checkout II-46

Salesforce.com and Glovia International Launch Glovia.com

Order Management II-46

5. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY II-47

SpringSource Takes Over Cloud Foundry II-47

TIBCO Software Purchases DataSynapse II-47

Grid Dynamics and Mirantis Merge II-47

IBM Establishes Cloud Computing Laboratory in Hong Kong II-47

LaCie Merges with Caleido II-48

SAP Purchases IP Assets of Coghead II-48

LTech Merges with Matlen Silver Group II-48

Sun Microsystems Acquires Q-layer II-48

3Tera Partners with SOASTA II-49

Microsoft Inks Agreement with EDS II-49

BT Enters into Agreement with Microsoft II-50

CSC Signs Agreement with Microsoft II-50

CODA Enters into Partnership with Corefino to Provide Corefino

2go II-50

VMware Snaps Up SpringSource II-51

HP Purchases IBRIX II-51

Infinite Group Establishes Cloud-Cast™ Division II-52

ExpenseBay Integrates Service Application with NetSuite's

Cloud Computing Platform II-52

Cast Iron Systems Integrates Amazon Web Services' Amazon EC2

Solution II-52

INX Enters into Collaboration with AFORE Solutions II-53

Intalio Takes Over Webtide II-53

EMC Snaps Up FastScale Technology II-53

HostMySite and Hosting.com Merge Cloud Computing Solutions II-54

CA Purchases Data Center Automation Assets of Cassatt II-54

JVC Kenwood Holdings and IBM Sign Contract II-55

NetSuite and Fujitsu Enter into Partnership II-55

SpamTitan Enters into Cloud Computing Initiative with VMware II-55

Microsoft and Chunghwa Telecom Sign a MoU II-56

Amazon Web Services and IBM Sign Agreement II-56

Joyent and Zeus Technology Enter into Partnership II-56

Google Expands Strategic Alliance with Salesforce.com II-57

Rackspace Purchases Jungle Disk II-57

EMC Purchases Pi Corporation II-58

WOLF Frameworks Enters into Partnership with Jamcracker II-58

HP Partners with NetSuite to Provide SaaS Business Applications II-58

Oracle Enters into Partnership with Intel II-59

IBM Establishes Cloud Computing Center in India II-59

IBM Establishes Greater China Cloud Computing Center in Beijing II-59

6. FOCUS ON SELECT GLOBAL PLAYERS II-60

3tera, Inc. (USA) II-60

Akamai Technologies Inc., (USA) II-60

Amazon Web Services, LLC (USA) II-60

Dell Inc., (USA) II-61

ENKI (USA) II-61

Flexiant Ltd (UK) II-62

Google, Inc. (USA) II-62

Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. (USA) II-62

IBM Corporation (USA) II-63

Joyent, Inc. (USA) II-63

Layered Technologies, Inc. (USA) II-64

Microsoft Corporation (USA) II-64

Netsuite Inc., (USA) II-64

Novell, Inc., (USA) II-65

OpSource, Inc. (USA) II-65

Oracle Corporation (USA) II-66

Rackspace Hosting, Inc. (USA) II-66

Red Hat, Inc. (USA) II-66

Salesforce.com, Inc. (USA) II-67

Skytap, Inc. (USA) II-67

Terremark Worldwide, Inc. (USA) II-67

7. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE II-68

Table 6: World Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for

Cloud Computing Services by Service Type - Application

Services, Business Process Services and Infrastructure

Services (Application Infrastructure and System

Infrastructure) Analyzed with Annual Revenue in US$ Million

for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) II-68

Table 7: World 10-Year Perspective for Cloud Computing

Services by Service Type - Percentage Breakdown of Revenue for

Application Services, Business Process Services and

Infrastructure Services (Application Infrastructure and System

Infrastructure) for Years 2006, 2009 and 2015 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) II-69

III. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Total Companies Profiled: 92 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries - 97)

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Region/Country Players

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The United States 74

Canada 3

Japan 1

Europe 13

France 1

Germany 1

The United Kingdom 8

Rest of Europe 3

Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) 5

Middle East 1

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