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Cloud Computing – SaaS, PaaS, IaaS Market, Mobile Cloud Computing, M&A, Investments, and Future Forecast, Worldwide Product Image

Cloud Computing – SaaS, PaaS, IaaS Market, Mobile Cloud Computing, M&A, Investments, and Future Forecast, Worldwide

  • ID: 1325791
  • September 2010
  • Region: Global
  • 140 Pages
  • Renub Research

This report “Cloud Computing – SaaS, PaaS, IaaS Market, Mobile Cloud Computing, M&A, Investments, and Future Forecast, Worldwide” falls into ten categories.

The First Category is Executive Summary. The Second Category describes the basic concepts of Cloud Computing and Cloud benefits. The Third Category analyzes the Political, Economical, Social, Technological, Environmental and Legal (PESTEL) aspects of Worldwide Cloud Computing. The Fourth and Fifth Category emphasise on the worldwide market size and forecasted size of Cloud Computing, and its part SaaS, PaaS and IaaS. It also explains the market size and forecast market size of all Cloud applications, which comes under the SaaS, PaaS and IaaS (see fifth category in table of contents for further details). The Sixth Category talks about the Cloud Computing drivers (Investment in Cloud Computing, Mergers & Acquisitions in Cloud Computing, Venture Capital funding in Cloud Computing, and role of Social media in Cloud Computing). The Seventh Category of this report explains all the challenges of the Cloud Computing. The Eighth Category deals in Cloud Computing through mobile phones, its driving factors READ MORE >

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1. Executive Summary

2. Cloud Computing Overview
2.1 The History of Cloud Computing
2.2 What is Cloud Computing?
2.3 Cloud Service Model
2.3.1 Cloud Software as a Service (SaaS)
2.3.2 Cloud Platform as a Service (PaaS)
2.3.3 Cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
2.4 Benefits of the Cloud Computing

3. PESTEL – Framework Analysis of Cloud Computing
3.1 Political Analysis of Cloud Computing
3.2 Economical Analysis of Cloud Computing
3.3 Social Analysis of Cloud Computing
3.4 Technological Analysis of Cloud Computing
3.5 Environment Analysis of Cloud Computing
3.6 Legal Issues of Cloud Computing

4. Worldwide – Cloud Computing
4.1 Cloud Computing Market
4.2 Cloud Computing Market Forecast

5. Cloud Computing Market Segmentation
5.1 Worldwide Software as a Service (SaaS) Market & Future Forecast
5.2 Software as Service Segment
5.2.1 Content, Communications and Collaboration (CCC) & Future Forecast
5.2.2 Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Market & Future Forecast
5.2.3 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Market & Future Forecast
5.2.4 Supply Chain Management (SCM) Market & Future Forecast
5.2.5 Digital Content Creation (DCC) Market & Future Forecast
5.2.6 Office Suites Market & Future Forecast
5.3 Worldwide Platform as a Service (PaaS) Market & Future Forecast
5.4 Worldwide Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Market & Future Forecast
5.5 Infrastructure as a Service Segments
5.5.1 Online Backup and Storage Market & Future Forecast

6. Cloud Computing Drivers
6.1 Global Initiative in Cloud Computing
6.2 Investment in Cloud Computing
6.2.1 IBM Investment in Cloud Computing
6.3 Mergers & Acquisitions in Cloud Computing
6.3.1 IBM Acquisitions
6.3.2 Oracle Acquisitions
6.3.3 Other Mergers & Acquisitions
6.4 Venture Capital Funding in Cloud Computing
6.5 Social Media & Cloud Computing

7. Roadblocks in Cloud Computing
7.1 Cloud Security
7.1.1 Abuse & Nefarious use of Cloud Computing & its Impact
7.1.2 Insure Interfaces and its impact on APIs Cloud Computing
7.1.3 Malicious Insider & its Impact on Cloud Computing
7.1.4 Shared Technology Issues & its Impact on Cloud Computing
7.1.5 Data Loss & Leakage & its Impact on Cloud Computing
7.1.6 Account or Service Hijacking & its Impact on Cloud Computing
7.1.7 Unknown Risk Profile & its Impact on Cloud Computing
7.2 Performance of the Cloud Computing
7.3 Availability and Reliability of the Cloud Computing
7.4 Lack of Transparency & Standardization across Large Players
7.4.1 Approach to Overcome the Problem

8. Mobile Cloud Computing
8.1 Mobile Cloud Computing Subscribers & Future Forecast
8.2 Mobile Cloud Computing Market Forecast
8.3 Mobile Cloud Computing Application
8.3.1 Device Manufacturers & Mobile Cloud Computing
8.3.2 Mobile Application Developers & Cloud Computing
8.4 Drivers of Mobile Cloud Computing
8.4.1 Initiative in Mobile Cloud Computing by Operators
8.4.2 HTML5 & Mobile Cloud Computing
8.4.3 OMA Smartcard Web Server
8.4.4 TokTok Technology
8.5 Challenges of Mobile Cloud Computing
8.5.1 Challenge of Multiple Operating Systems
8.5.2 When will Mobile Cloud Computing Really Take off?

9. Cloud Computing in Government
9.1 Cloud Computing and E-Governance
9.1.1 Cloud Computing in U.S. Government
9.2 Cloud Computing in European Governments
9.2.1 Cloud Computing in Asia

10. Key Players of Cloud Computing
10.1 Customer Relationship Management (CRM) – (SaaS)
10.1.1 Salesforce.com
10.1.2 Oracle.com
10.1.3 RightNow
10.2 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) – (SaaS)
10.2.1 SAP
10.2.2 NetSuite
10.2.3 Workday
10.3 Supply Chain Management (SCM) – (SaaS)
10.3.1 Descartes
10.3.2 Ariba
10.3.3 Ketera
10.4 Content, Communication & Collaboration (CCC) – (SaaS)
10.4.1 Cisco WebEx
10.4.2 SumTotal
10.4.3 IBM LotusLive
10.5 Digital, Content Creation (DCC) – (SaaS)
10.5.1 You Tube Inc.
10.5.2 Adobe
10.6 Integration as a Service – (IaaS)
10.6.1 Pervasive
10.6.2 Cast Iron Systems
10.6.3 Boomi
10.7 Platform as a Service – (PaaS)
10.7.1 Force.com
10.7.2 Google App Engine
10.7.3 Azure
10.8 Backup & Storage Service – (IaaS)
10.8.1 Amazon Web Service (S3)
10.8.2 RightScale
10.9 Computer Service – (IaaS)
10.9.1 Amazon Web Services (EC2)
10.9.2 Go Grid
10.9.3 Sky Trap

List of Figures:

Figure 3 1: Worldwide – PEST Framework Analysis of Cloud Computing
Figure 3 2: Worldwide – (Server Farms/Data Centers, Telecoms Infrastructure and Devices, PCs & Peripherals) Emissions in Metric Tonne Carbon Dioxide Equivalent (CO2), 2007
Figure 3 3: Worldwide – Market Share of (Server Farms/Data Centers, Telecoms Infrastructure and Devices, PCs & Peripherals) Emissions in Metric Tonne Carbon Dioxide Equivalent (Percent), 2007
Figure 3 4: Worldwide – Forecast of (Server Farms/Data Centers, Telecoms Infrastructure and Devices, PCs & Peripherals) Emissions in Metric Tonne Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Equivalent, 2020
Figure 3 5: Worldwide – Forecast of Market Share of (Server Farms/Data Centers, Telecoms Infrastructure and Devices, PCs & Peripherals) Emissions in Metric Tonne Carbon Dioxide Equivalent (Percent), 2020
Figure 3 6: Worldwide – Electricity Consumption (Billion KWh), 2007
Figure 3 7: Worldwide – Electricity Consumption (Billion KWh), 2020
Figure 3 8: Worldwide – Emissions in Metric Tonne Carbon Dioxide Equivalent, 2007
Figure 3 9: Worldwide – Emissions in Metric Tonne Carbon Dioxide Equivalent Percentage Share (%), 2007
Figure 3 10: Worldwide – Forecast for Emissions in Metric Tonne Carbon Dioxide Equivalent, 2020
Figure 3 11: Worldwide – Forecast for Emissions in Metric Tonne Carbon Dioxide Equivalent Percentage Share (%), 2020
Figure 4 1: Worldwide – Cloud Computing Market (Billion US$) 2008 – 2009
Figure 4 2: Worldwide – Forecast for Cloud Computing Market (Billion US$) 2010 – 2013
Figure 5 1: Worldwide – Software as a Service (SaaS) Market (Billion US$), 2008 – 2009
Figure 5 2: Worldwide – Forecast for Software as a Service (SaaS) Market 2010 – 2013
Figure 5 3: Worldwide – Software as a Service (SaaS) Segments (Percent), 2009
Figure 5 4: Worldwide – Content, Communications and Collaboration (CCC) Market (Million US$), 2008 – 2009
Figure 5 5: Worldwide – Forecast for Content, Communications and Collaboration (CCC) Market (Million US$), 2010 – 2013
Figure 5 6: Worldwide – Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Market (Million US$), 2008 – 2009
Figure 5 7: Worldwide – Forecast of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Market (Billion US$), 2010 – 2013
Figure 5 8: Worldwide – CRM Vendors Market Share (Percent), 2008
Figure 5 9: Worldwide – Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Market, Million US$), 2008 – 2009
Figure 5 10: Worldwide – Forecast for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Market (Billion US$), 2010 – 2013
Figure 5 11: Worldwide – Supply Chain Management (SCM) Market (Million US$), 2008 – 2009
Figure 5 12: Worldwide – Supply Chain Management (SCM) Market Size Forecast (Billion US$), 2010 – 2013
Figure 5 13: Worldwide – Digital Content Creation (DCC) Market (Million US$), 2008 – 2009
Figure 5 14: Worldwide – Forecast of Digital Content Creation (DCC) Market, (Million US$), 2010 – 2013
Figure 5 15: Worldwide – Office Suites Market (Million US$), 2008 – 2009
Figure 5 16: Worldwide – Forecast of Office Suites Market (Million US$), 2010 – 2013
Figure 5 17: Worldwide – Platform as a Service (PaaS) Market (Million US$), 2008 – 2009
Figure 5 18: World Wide – Forecast for Platform as a Service (PaaS) Market (Million US$), 2010 – 2014
Figure 5 19: Worldwide – Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Market (Million US$) 2008 - 2009
Figure 5 20: Worldwide – Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Market Forecast 2010 – 2013
Figure 5 21: Worldwide – Backup and Storage Market (Million US$) 2009 – 2010
Figure 5 22: Worldwide – Forecast for Backup and Storage Market (Billion US$), 2011 – 2014
Figure 6 1: Worldwide – Hype Cycle of Emerging Technologies, 2009
Figure 6 2: Worldwide – Key Players (Amazon, IBM & Google, Intel, HP & Microsoft, Fujitsu, IBM) Investment in Cloud Computing (Million US$), 2007 - May 2010
Figure 6 3: Worldwide – IBM Investment in Cloud Computing (US$ Million): 2006 – Jan 2010
Figure 6 4: IBM – Acquisitions (SPSS, FileNet, Cognos) Value (Billion US$), 2006 - 2009
Figure 6 5: Oracle – Major Acquisitions (Stellent, Agile Software, Hyperion Solutions, Siebel Systems, BEA Systems, People Soft) Value (Billion US$), 2004 - 2008
Figure 7 1: Worldwide – Rate the Challenges / Issues in Cloud Computing
Figure 8 1: Worldwide – Mobile Cloud Computing Subscribers (Million) 2008 – 2009
Figure 8 2: Worldwide – Mobile Cloud Computing Subscribers Forecast (Million) 2010 – 2014
Figure 9 1: USA – Federal IT Spending & Future Forecast (Billion US$), 2007, 2009 & 2014
Figure 9 2: Worldwide – Federal Cloud Computing Spending (Million US$), 2008 – 2009
Figure 9 3: Worldwide – Forecast for Federal Cloud Computing Spending (Million US$), 2010 – 2014
Figure 9 4: Japan – Japanese Government’s Kasumigaseki Cloud

List of Tables:

Table 3 1: Worldwide – Comparatively Analysis of Assets and Expenses in Internal IT, Managed Service & Cloud Services (Number US$), 2009
Table 5 1: Worldwide – Total CRM Software Vendor Revenue Estimates (Million US$, Percent Growth), 2007 - 2008
Table 6 1: Global – Cloud Computing Investment in Companies (10gen.com, Appistry.com, Elastra.com, Heroku, RightScale) (US$ Million), 2007 & 2008
Table 6 2: IBM – Acquisitions 2006 – 2009
Table 6 3: Oracle – Major Acquisitions 2004 – 2008
Table 6 4: Worldwide – Mergers & Acquisitions in Cloud Computing (Million US$), 2002 - 2009
Table 6 5: Worldwide – Younger Startup Companies Funding in Cloud Computing (Million US$), 2007 - 2009
Table 6 6: Worldwide – 26 Companies with Venture Capital Funding (Million US$), 2005 - 2009
Table 8 1: Worldwide – Mobile Cloud Computing Market Forecast (Billion US$), 2015
Table 10 1: SalesForce.com – Key Highlights
Table 10 2: SalesForce.com – Revenue & Year on Year Growth (Million US$; Percent), 2008
Table 10 3: Oracle – Key Highlight
Table 10 4: Oracle – Revenue & Year on Year Growth (Million US$, Percent), 2008
Table 10 5: RightNow – Key Highlight
Table 10 6: RightNow – Revenue & Year on Year Growth (Million US$, Percent), 2008
Table 10 7: SAP – Key Highlight
Table 10 8: SAP – Revenue (Million US$), 2008
Table 10 9: NetSuite – Key Highlight
Table 10 10: NetSuite – Revenue & Year on Year Growth (Million US$), 2008
Table 10 11: Workday – Key Highlight
Table 10 12: Workday – Revenue & Year on Year Growth (Million US$), 2008
Table 10 13: Descartes – Key Highlight
Table 10 14: Descartes – Revenue & Year on Year Growth (Million US$), 2008
Table 10 15: Ariba – Key Highlight
Table 10 16: Ariba – Revenue & Year on Year Growth (Million US$), 2008120
Table 10 17: Ketera – Key Highlight
Table 10 18: Ketera – Revenue (Million US$), 2008
Table 10 19: Cisco WebEx – Key Highlight
Table 10 20: Cisco WebEx – Revenue (Million US$), 2008
Table 10 21: SumTotal – Key Highlights
Table 10 22: SumTotal – Revenue & Year on Year Growth (Million US$), 2008
Table 10 23: IBM LotusLive – Key Highlights
Table 10 24: YouTube – Key Highlights
Table 10 25: YouTube – Revenue & Year on Year Growth (Million US$), 2008
Table 10 26: Adobe – key Highlight
Table 10 27: Pervasive – Key Highlight
Table 10 28: Pervasive – Revenue & Year on Year Growth (Million US$), 2008
Table 10 29: Cast Iron – Key Highlight
Table 10 30: Cast Iron – Revenue & Year on Year Growth (Million US$), 2008
Table 10 31: Boomi – Key Highlight
Table 10 32: Boomi – Revenue & Year on Year Growth (Million US$), 2008
Table 10 33: Force.com – Key Highlight
Table 10 34: Force.com – Revenue & Year on Year Growth (Million US$), 2008
Table 10 35: Google Apps Engine – Key Highlight
Table 10 36: Amazon S3 – Key Highlights
Table 10 37: RightScale – Key Highlight
Table 10 38: Amazon EC2 – Key Highlight
Table 10 39: GoGrid – Key Highlight
Table 10 40: SkyTap – Key Highlight

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- Customer Relationship Management (CRM): Salesfores.com, Oracle.com and RightNow

- Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP): SAP, NetSuite and Workday

- Supply Chain Management (SCM): Descartes, Ariba and Ketera

- Content, Communication and Collaboration (CCC): Cisco WebEx, SumTotal and IBM LotusLive

- Digital Content Creation (DCC): YouTube and Adobe

- Integration as a Service: Pervasive, Cast Iron Systems and Boomi

- Platform as a Service: Force.com, Google App Engine and Azure

- Backup and Storage Service: Amazon Web Service (S3) and RightScale

- Compute Services: Amazon Web Services (EC2), GoGrid and SkyTap

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