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TheInfoPro Cloud Computing service provides market data on technologies, industry opportunities and trends in the public and private cloud markets. The source of the market intelligence is a series of one-on-one interviews with pre-screened decision-makers spanning the Global 2000 and MSEs. This service is designed to help today’s IT professionals, technology providers and institutional investors make informed decisions to improve the efficiency and profitability of their businesses. Learn More...

Advisory Reports

TIP Insight / Cloud: March 14, 2014
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The true cost of cloud services is frequently obscured by cloud providers themselves. This report discusses how cloud-computing clients are assessing the services and costs offered by cloud service providers.
Peter ffoulkes     
TIP Insight / Cloud: February 20, 2014
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Vendors will need to differentiate upon educational, change management and consulting activities if they want to add value beyond core offerings and reduce enterprise roadblocks to reaching the next phase of cloud computing initiatives.
Nikolay Yamakawa     
TIP Insight / Cloud: February 6, 2014
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The motor of IT transformation into a client-service-oriented model has already started to spin. Amazon Web Services, VMware, OpenStack and Microsoft are the four vendors that IT professionals find most exciting, but preferences can change quickly.
Nikolay Yamakawa     
TIP Insight / Cloud: November 18, 2013
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On-premises and off-premises cloud infrastructure markets are entering a period of rapid growth. On-premises solutions, led by private cloud compute and storage infrastructures, will be more in demand than the off-premises alternatives.
Nikolay Yamakawa     
TIP Insight / Cloud: October 10, 2013
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Public cloud providers are eager to encourage consumers to use their services, but there are complex issues to overcome which vary by workload type. This report discusses the obstacles and some suggested topics for providers to address.
Peter ffoulkes     
TIP Insight / Cloud: August 13, 2013
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As the transition to cloud computing continues, more organizations will have to consider using external suppliers for IT services. How will those choices be made? What criteria will be used to create a shortlist, and what to select a winner?
Peter ffoulkes     
TIP Insight / Cloud: June 17, 2013
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Despite the hype around public cloud providers, the market is nascent, and early success does not guarantee long-term viability. Vendors will need to up their game to meet customer expectations.
Peter ffoulkes     
TIP Insight / Cloud: April 22, 2013
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Improved instrumentation and automation of virtualized digital infrastructure is a double-edged sword that can enable significant cost saving opportunities but will also require changes in organizational mindset to deliver meaningful results.
Peter ffoulkes     
TIP Insight / Cloud: February 27, 2013
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The refrain 'We're all going to the cloud tomorrow' is beginning to wear a little thin. Are we going there? Yes. When we will get there is a little more complicated. There are obstacles in the way, and most are not technology related.
Peter ffoulkes     

Thursday's TIPs

TIP Thursday / Cloud - April 10, 2014
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As more enterprises take advantage of the public cloud and define their requirements, we may start to see more public cloud performance management/monitoring vendors gain adoption and join the mix of current vendors that bubbled to the top.
Nikolay Yamakawa     
TIP Thursday / Cloud - March 27, 2014
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With security being cited by 37% of respondents as the biggest pain point when implementing cloud computing architectures, it isn't surprising to find that security is a major consideration when selecting a cloud provider.
Peter ffoulkes     
TIP Thursday / Cloud - March 13, 2014
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In the next two years, private cloud is the preferred venue for the majority of enterprise workload types, followed closely by hybrid cloud. Collaborative and cloud-native applications provide the largest opportunity for public cloud service providers.
Peter ffoulkes     
TIP Thursday / Cloud - February 27, 2014
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More enterprises are considering cloud budgets to be a part of mainstream IT spending as IT operations set a course for client-service-oriented models and no longer view budget as the main non-IT roadblock to the next phase of cloud initiatives.
Nikolay Yamakawa     
TIP Thursday / Cloud - February 13, 2014
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After putting cloud at the forefront of its strategy, Oracle finally decided to embrace OpenStack as a means of maximizing growth opportunities stemming from the cloud.
Nikolay Yamakawa     
TIP Thursday / Cloud - January 30, 2014
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Conversations across the industry are almost beginning to sound like the self-help group mantra - 'I'm an IT professional and I'm working on a cloud project.'
Peter ffoulkes     
TIP Thursday / Cloud - January 16, 2014
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The seamless delivery of business functions is a vital requirement for a hybrid cloud. Based on TheInfoPro's data, customer-facing enterprise applications and e-business are prime use cases based on security and compliance requirements, control and cost.
Peter ffoulkes     
TIP Thursday / Cloud - January 2, 2014
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As enterprises consider rolling out app stores in 2014 to improve cloud management and automation capabilities, Microsoft's positive future adoption plans may displace homegrown as the option of choice for implementation.
Nikolay Yamakawa     
TIP Thursday / Cloud - December 12, 2013
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Cloud computing architectures are like icebergs; by design, the majority of the cloud's capabilities and supporting infrastructure are below the surface, hidden from the customer's view.
Peter ffoulkes     
TIP Thursday / Cloud - November 27, 2013
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Pioneered by early adopters, homegrown option for self-service catalogs continues to lead in deployments, but has fewer plans for future adoption than some of the vendor-offered alternatives.
Nikolay Yamakawa     

Reference Reports

TheInfoPro Cloud Computing:  February 25, 2014
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      executive summary Table of Contents
This report contains metrics about organizations' use of digital infrastructure, the deployment of different workloads in the cloud and benchmarks for evaluating cloud providers. It also evaluates current and future providers for cloud deployments.
Peter ffoulkes     

TheInfoPro Cloud Computing:  January 15, 2014
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IT professionals describe how 2014 looks for budgets, projects, pain points, roadblocks and exciting vendors, with time series charts to give perspective to the coming year.
Peter ffoulkes     


TheInfoPro Cloud Computing:  February 25, 2014
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      executive summary Table of Contents
Compiling open-ended commentary from in-depth interviews with IT professionals, this report offers the direct 'voice of the customer' discussing technology, the industry and the future of this sector.
Peter ffoulkes     


TheInfoPro Cloud Computing:  March 13, 2014
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Designed for IT professionals, this report captures highlights from the complete study, and provides business intelligence in the form of technological roadmaps, budget trends, 'voice of the customer' narratives and plans with cloud computing providers.
Peter ffoulkes     


TheInfoPro Cloud Computing:  January 21, 2014
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      executive summary Table of Contents
Allowing comparison of all 24 technologies tracked in the study, this high-level reference contains the Technology Heat Index, the Adoption Index, leading vendor tables, overall technology roadmap and spending charts. It also indicates what is included in the more detailed reports based on each technology segment covered in the study.
Peter ffoulkes     

TheInfoPro Cloud Computing:  January 21, 2014
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Highlighting IT professional's vendor short-lists, adoption plans and projected spending, the in-depth technology roadmaps are organized into four segments. On-premises cloud management technologies include cloud platform, automated network provisioning, and metering and billing. Cloud management and automation workload technologies include self-service catalogs, cloud broker and enterprise application store. Hosting and colocation technologies include on-ramp services. Public cloud services include IaaS, SaaS and cloud storage services.
Peter ffoulkes     

 

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