As Vice President, of Market and Competitive Intelligence, Greg oversees the development and maintenance of the company's Market Monitor product line. The Market Monitor provides market sizing, share and growth forecasts for emerging enterprise technology markets including cloud computing, cloud enabling technologies, big data, OpenStack and hosting/service providers. Greg also serves as an analyst catering to institutional investors and oversees initiatives involving broader market intelligence deliverables.
Prior to transitioning to 451 Research, Greg was Director of Equity Research for Tier1 Research (a subsidiary of The 451 Group), which he joined in January 2003 as a Research Analyst focusing on the IT services marketplace. Greg came to 451 Research from Apple Computer's financial planning and analysis group. Prior to Apple, he worked as a consultant for LECG; before that, Greg spent approximately five years in equity research for Robertson Stephens and Piper Jaffray. During his Wall Street experience, Greg covered companies in the e-services, industrial and business services industries.
Greg holds a BS in Management with an emphasis in finance from the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota.
This Market Monitor overview report on the Cloud Computing 'as a Service' marketplace reflects updated market and vendor estimates through Q4 2016. In this report, we examine the revenue generated by cloud service providers and technology vendors via cloud platforms - IaaS and PaaS - as well as IT management as a service (ITMaaS), online backup/recovery and cloud archiving.
This Market Monitor overview report on the OpenStack marketplace provides updated vendor estimates through Q4 2016. OpenStack, the open source cloud project, was established in 2010 and has quickly garnered much industry attention. This report provides updated estimates and a five-year growth forecast for the OpenStack market and five sub-segments: Public Cloud Providers, Private Cloud Providers, Distributions, and IT Services and Training. Our analysis is based on results from bottom-up market sizing that incorporates revenue estimates and forecasts for 88 competing OpenStack market participants.
Market Monitor: Cloud Computing is a quantitative research service that tracks and forecasts over a five-year horizon the size and growth of the rapidly evolving marketplace for cloud computing products delivered 'as a service.' Market Monitor uses a bottom-up approach to track and project revenues for more than 400 vendors operating in 15 segments of the marketplace.
This Market Monitor Cloud-Enabling Technologies report provides updated market and vendor estimates through Q4 2016. Cloud-Enabling Technologies (CET) encompass the vital support system for a cloud environment, which includes the automation and management stack. It is our position that server virtualization is an enabler for cloud computing. In addition, what the broader industry terms 'private clouds' fall under the purview of our CET definition because this technology is installed, delivered and consumed on-premises, and is not hosted by a third party. However, the CET tools included in this analysis are commonly leveraged by cloud providers to create the cloud environments they offer as a service.
This Market Monitor overview report on the Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) marketplace reflects updated market and vendor estimates through Q4 2016. We define EMM as a set of tools that include mobile device management, mobile application management, mobile application platforms, mobile email containers, mobile-back-end-as-a-service (MBaaS) and mobile virtualization. These tools can be used solo, in parallel or in a tiered fashion across a mobile environment. We see these as one of the most important tool sets adopted by the enterprise, and as critical enablers of mobile computing.
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