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  • Cloud Outlook 2010

    The growth opportunity for public and private clouds over the next two or three years is significant. In the consumer space, almost the entire opportunity will be for public clouds providing applications and hosted desktops that deliver household savings. In the SMB sector, the opportunity will be mostly public – perhaps 75%, with some internal private cloud adoption. But in the enterprise sector, the opportunity is mostly internal – with perhaps 75% of the market going to private clouds. The range of approaches used to target both SMBs and enterprises will include basic application services and compute resource provision, as well as cost and ecosystem (partner/supplier) management, virtual machine management and legacy migration. At the enterprise end, capacity expansion and 'cloudbursting,' disaster recovery,resilience, and rapid development and test resources will also be drivers. Cloud adoption is being legitimized, and adoption in 2010 will move beyond the cloud trailblazers to broader enterprise use across all models – public, private and hybrid. These are the pragmatists who have taken a 'wait and see' approach. While expectations have been understandably low in terms of clarity and consistency, these users haven't dismissed the cloud itself. They have been doing diligence on products, the market and what's been achieved by early adopters. They can see the (dollar) signs of change and are ready to act. But ultimately there will be a smaller number of big public clouds and a larger number of private clouds.

    Datacenters & Critical Infrastructure Systems & Software Infrastructure

  • Cloud Infrastructure Services 1: Managed Hosters

    The Cloud Infrastructure Services report is a follow-on from last year's Next-Generation Hosting reports, and the first such report for 2009. This report focuses on the managed hosting sector, describing changes taking place among the most prominent hosters that have made the paradigm shift to cloud services. T1R has noticed a greater degree of maturity and nuanced differences in the more sophisticated cloud infrastructure services that managed hosters are offering in the market. For the first time, T1R will provide the most accurate market-sizing numbers for the cloud infrastructure market, eliminating the meaningless numbers that have been thrown around in the market, and extrapolating just the pure-play cloud services numbers. The market will be further disaggregated into those providers that are fostering public and commodity cloud offerings, separate from those creating more complex private cloud environments.

    Datacenters & Critical Infrastructure Systems & Software Infrastructure

  • Cloud Infrastructure Services 1: Managed Hosters

    The Cloud Infrastructure Services report is a follow-on from last year's Next-Generation Hosting reports, and the first such report for 2009. This report focuses on the managed hosting sector, describing changes taking place among the most prominent hosters that have made the paradigm shift to cloud services. T1R has noticed a greater degree of maturity and nuanced differences in the more sophisticated cloud infrastructure services that managed hosters are offering in the market. For the first time, T1R will provide the most accurate market-sizing numbers for the cloud infrastructure market, eliminating the meaningless numbers that have been thrown around in the market, and extrapolating just the pure-play cloud services numbers. The market will be further disaggregated into those providers that are fostering public and commodity cloud offerings, separate from those creating more complex private cloud environments.

    Datacenters & Critical Infrastructure Systems & Software Infrastructure

  • 3Tera presses on, sees SOA as new opportunity

    The company has overcome the passing of its cofounder and president/CEO Vlad Miloushev to register impressive early growth and now has its sights set on SOA as a new source of opportunity for its grid computing operating system.

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