Market Monitor & Forecast

Cloud Enabling

A bottom-up market size, share and growth forecast for the rapidly evolving marketplace for server virtualization and on-premises technologies that enable cloud computing services.

  • Overview: Cloud-Enabling Technologies

    This Market Monitor Cloud-Enabling Technologies report provides updated market and vendor estimates through Q3 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 itself 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.

    European Services Systems & Software Infrastructure

  • Cloud-Enabling Technologies Data File

    The Cloud-Enabling Technologies Data File contains the most recently updated data set for the Market Monitor cloud-enabling technologies product, which covers the rapidly evolving server virtualization and cloud computing technology marketplace. The data provides current market size and five-year growth rates for the server virtualization and on-premises cloud-enabling technology segments, leaderboard rankings for the top vendors, a list of all vendors by category and the revenue 'cluster' in which they fall under currently as well as a breakdown of top-line revenue by geographic region, customer size and vertical market.

    European Services Systems & Software Infrastructure

  • Overview: Cloud-Enabling Technologies

    This Market Monitor Cloud-Enabling Technologies report provides updated market and vendor estimates through Q2 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 itself 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.

    European Services Systems & Software Infrastructure

  • Overview: Cloud-Enabling Technologies

    This Market Monitor Cloud-Enabling Technologies report provides updated market and vendor estimates through Q1 2016. Cloud-Enabling Technologies encompass the vital support system for a cloud environment, which includes the automation and management stack. It is our position that server virtualization itself 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.

    European Services Systems & Software Infrastructure

  • Overview: Cloud-Enabling Technologies

    This Market Monitor Cloud-Enabling Technologies report provides updated market and vendor estimates through CY Q415. Cloud-Enabling Technologies encompass the vital support system for a cloud environment, which includes the automation and management stack. It is our position that server virtualization itself 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.

    European Services Systems & Software Infrastructure

  • Overview: Cloud-Enabling Technologies

    This Market Monitor Cloud-Enabling Technologies report provides updated market and vendor estimates through CY Q315. Cloud-Enabling Technologies encompass the vital support system for a cloud environment, which includes the automation and management stack. It is our position that server virtualization itself 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.

    European Services Systems & Software Infrastructure

  • Cloud-Enabling Technologies

    Market Monitor has revamped our Cloud-Enabling Technologies (CET) taxonomy, adding three new subsegments and 20 new vendors into the Automation & Management sector. This report presents our proprietary bottom-up market-size estimates and revenue forecasts out to 2019 for the aggregate CET market. We categorize vendors by revenue range and highlight both market drivers and inhibitors. CET consists of 147 vendors in five market segments.

    European Services Systems & Software Infrastructure

  • Cloud-Enabling Technologies

    Market Monitor has revamped our Cloud-Enabling Technologies (CET) taxonomy, adding three new sub-segments and 20 new vendors into the Automation & Management sector. This report presents our proprietary bottom-up market-size estimates and revenue forecasts out to 2019 for the aggregate CET market. We categorize vendors by revenue range and highlight both market drivers and inhibitors. CET consists of 148 vendors in five market segments.

    European Services Systems & Software Infrastructure

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