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  • Multi-Tenant Datacenter Global Providers 2016

    This report examines the overall size, scope and growth of the multi-tenant datacenter market globally. The report segments the global market into regions including North America; Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA); Asia-Pacific; and Latin America. It spotlights various prominent global datacenter providers and provides a market outlook for each.

    Multi-Tenant Datacenter

  • Frankfurt Multi-Tenant Datacenter and Hosting Market

    Second only to London in the size of its multi-tenant datacenter (MTDC) and hosting market, Frankfurt is a growing metro with the largest potential for colocation, managed hosting and cloud services in EMEA. Centrally placed in Continental Europe, Frankfurt offers convenient facility buildout, increasing network investment and proximity to regional markets in the south and east of Europe. At the same time, Germany's data protection regulations create additional operational overhead for many hosting firms and can create barriers to entry for international firms.

    European Services

  • Global Cloud Service Availability: Beyond Infrastructure

    Using Cloud Price Index data, we examine the availability of four public cloud services, both globally and by region, to analyze how the cloud market is maturing beyond just virtual machines into value-added services such as databases and storage. Through this analysis, we show which regions are most adventurous in supporting cloud adoption and where portfolio gaps remain. We also reveal opportunities for service providers, and potential pitfalls for end users.

    Cloud Transformation Managed Services & Hosting

  • Cloud Price Index: Public Cloud Asia-Pacific Edition Q3 2016

    451 Research's Cloud Price Index (TM) provides a set of benchmark indicators representing the cost of a number of typical cloud applications across a range of geographies, technologies and use case scenarios. Like a consumer price index, the CPI determines the average price of a number of 'baskets of goods' representing the cloud-based services required to operate a number of applications. Changes in the prices of our baskets over time will show how modifications and differences in pricing in the cloud industry are reflected in real-world use. The CPI covers not only simple services such as compute and storage, but also value-added services such as databases and management, thereby allowing providers, end users and investors to make better-informed, more strategic, value-based decisions across the whole range of options.

    Cloud Transformation Managed Services & Hosting

  • Cloud Price Index: Public Cloud European Edition Q3 2016

    451 Research's Cloud Price Index (TM) provides a set of benchmark indicators representing the cost of a number of typical cloud applications across a range of geographies, technologies and use case scenarios. Like a consumer price index, the CPI determines the average price of a number of 'baskets of goods' representing the cloud-based services required to operate a number of applications. Changes in the prices of our baskets over time will show how modifications and differences in pricing in the cloud industry are reflected in real-world use. The CPI covers not only simple services such as compute and storage, but also value-added services such as databases and management, thereby allowing providers, end users and investors to make better-informed, more strategic, value-based decisions across the whole range of options.

    Cloud Transformation Managed Services & Hosting

  • Cloud Price Index: Public Cloud US Edition Q3 2016

    451 Research's Cloud Price Index (TM) provides a set of benchmark indicators representing the cost of a number of typical cloud applications across a range of geographies, technologies and use case scenarios. Like a consumer price index, the CPI determines the average price of a number of 'baskets of goods' representing the cloud-based services required to operate a number of applications. Changes in the prices of our baskets over time will show how modifications and differences in pricing in the cloud industry are reflected in real-world use. The CPI covers not only simple services such as compute and storage, but also value-added services such as databases and management, thereby allowing providers, end users and investors to make better-informed, more strategic, value-based decisions across the whole range of options.

    Cloud Transformation Managed Services & Hosting

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