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Cloud Computing Services, Platforms Infrastructure and Everything as a Service 2020 - 2025

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  • Report
  • June 2020
  • Region: Global
  • 138 Pages
  • Mind Commerce
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Substantial Market Opportunities for Combined Public and Private Core and Edge Cloud Networks

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Adobe
  • Alibaba
  • Amazon Web Services, Inc.
  • Google
  • IBM
  • Microsoft
  • MORE

Cloud Computing Services, Platforms Infrastructure and Everything as a Service 2020 – 2025 evaluates the global and regional markets for cloud services including IaaS, PaaS, and PaaS by solution type (Private and Public). The report provides an analysis of specific challenges and opportunities from both the customer and the cloud services provider perspective.

The report evaluates the general cloud service market as well as specific market opportunities within the healthcare, energy, insurance, entertainment, and financial services sectors. The report also evaluates the emerging growth drivers for cloud services including wearable technologies. It also includes specific recommendations for CSPs and their customers.

Cloud is an enabler of business process change as it facilitates key benefits including expenditure reduction (CapEx and OpEx), service development and delivery efficiencies, and greater flexibility to meet evolving business needs. Cloud technologies and solutions are becoming increasingly more important to communication service providers, enterprise, content and commerce providers. This is particularly the case as many businesses IT departments predominantly implement virtualization of network functions and “softwaritization” of applications and operational support systems through the use of software-defined network solutions.

Clouded based technologies are evolving at a rapid pace along with the myriad of ways in which services can be developed, implemented, and operated. Various players in the cloud ecosystem achieve varying degrees of sustainability in accordance with their ability to identify gaps in IT infrastructure and/or services delivery regardless of what technologies are in place today and anticipate how methods and procedures will need to evolve to capture future opportunities.

We see IT departments becoming increasingly savvy regarding the distinction between core cloud and edge computing used for distributed cloud computing. Fog computing represents an evolution of cloud computing that takes into account the need for some computing to occur at the edge of networks. It will be very important for the Internet of Things (IoT). However, it will raise some serious issues regarding data security and overall data management. One of the key areas will be big data analytics in terms of how real-time data is managed and optimized.

Similar to fog computing, but based on a different architectural approach, Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) represents cloud-computing capabilities and an IT service environment at the edge of mobile networks, such as LTE or 5G, but may also include WiFi. In cellular networks, the edge of the network includes base station infrastructure and data centers close to the radio network, which can extract network context from Radio Access Network (RAN) and process in a distributed manner.

MEC brings virtualized applications much closer to mobile users ensuring network flexibility, economy and scalability for improved user experience. It facilitates a service environment that allows seamless access experience and responsiveness for content, services, and applications. It provides mobile network operators with an opportunity to play a greater role in an emerging ecosystem as they can add value through optimized apps and content.

Supported by leading organizations such as ETSI ISG, IBM, Intel, Nokia Network, Huawei, NTT DoCoMo, Saguna, and Vodafone, MEC will be applied in a wide array of areas including content delivery, DNS caching, RAN optimization, offloading, IoT connectivity, distributed video, critical communications, and urban security. MEC is also anticipated to create a new ecosystem that will positively impact various vertical markets.

Arguably, a corporation’s most critical asset is its data. As a result, optimizing data management assets, processes and procedures is of particular importance. This includes those data elements that are shared between the numerous applications, systems and services within the enterprise across all industry verticals. Only through reliable data management services can organizations truly realize the true potential of their own data as well as data from customers, suppliers, partners, and various third parties.

From an enterprise cloud service and infrastructure perspective, having a firm understanding of data management technologies and solutions is critical to all constituents in the value chain for all industry verticals. ICT leaders will be faced with many emerging challenges such as data management in the IoT era, advanced cloud architectures and solutions such as fog computing or MEC. As cloud computing evolves, there is an increasing need for third-party support of cloud platforms, architectures, and services. Support takes the form of various cloud professional services ranging from data management, cloud brokering, and end-to-end cloud management.

Target Audience:

  • Cloud computing vendors
  • Communication service providers
  • Telecom and IT infrastructure providers
  • Virtualization and SDN solution providers
  • Communication and collaboration vendors

Select Report Findings:

  • Global cloud computing revenue will reach $342B by 2025 at 24.8% CAGR
  • Global IaaS storage and related computing revenue alone will reach $42.9B by 2025
  • Major impact of edge computing will initially be computing efficiency improvements
  • Inclusion of AI within 30% of core networks and 45% of distributed notes by application
  • Cloud computing will continue to have a broadly positive impact despite COVID-19 pandemic

Report Benefits:

  • Cloud computing services and infrastructure forecasts through 2025
  • Understand the key industry success factors for continued industry growth
  • Identify the impact of dominant industry trends upon vendor decision making
  • Recognize the role and importance of edge computing relative to core cloud infrastructure
  • Identify revenue opportunities by segment, technology, solution, platform type, and industry

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Adobe
  • Alibaba
  • Amazon Web Services, Inc.
  • Google
  • IBM
  • Microsoft
  • MORE

1.0 Executive Summary

2.0 Introduction
2.1 Overview
2.2 Study Scope

3.0 Cloud Computing Technology and Markets
3.1 Business Value Proposition
3.2 Cloud Computing Ecosystem
3.3 Telecom in Cloud Computing
3.4 Cloud Computing Market Segmentation
3.5 Cloud Computing Applications
3.5.1 Government Institutions
3.5.2 Banking & Financial
3.5.3 Healthcare
3.5.4 Retail
3.5.5 Manufacturing
3.5.6 Automotive
3.5.7 Agriculture
3.6 Cloud Computing Market Growth Drivers
3.7 Cloud Computing Market Challenges

4.0 Global Cloud Computing Market Outlook
4.1 Global Cloud Computing Revenue 2020 - 2025
4.2 Revenue by Cloud Computing Deployment Type
4.3 Global Cloud Revenue by Software, Platform, and Infrastructure
4.3.1 Global Cloud Computing IaaS Revenue by Sub-segment 2020 - 2025
4.3.2 Global Cloud Computing SaaS Revenue by Sub-segment 2020 - 2025
4.3.3 Global Cloud Computing PaaS Revenue by Sub-segment 2020 - 2025
4.4 Global Cloud Services Revenue 2020 - 2025
4.4.1 Cloud Based Business Process as a Service
4.4.2 Cloud Data Migration Services
4.4.3 Cloud Based Advertising
4.4.4 Cloud Based Payments
4.4.5 Cloud Based Data as a Service
4.4.6 Cloud Based Communication as a Service
4.5 Regional Cloud Computing Market Outlook
4.5.1 North American Cloud Computing Market
4.5.2 Western European Cloud Computing Market
4.5.3 China Cloud Computing Market
4.6 Global Cloud Computing Revenue by Industry Vertical 2020 - 2025
4.6.1 Global Cloud Computing Revenue in Government Sector 2020 - 2025
4.6.2 Global Cloud Computing Revenue in Financial Sector 2020 - 2025
4.6.3 Global Cloud Computing Revenue in Healthcare 2020 - 2025
4.6.4 Global Cloud Computing Revenue in Retail Sector 2020 - 2025
4.6.5 Global Cloud Computing Revenue in Manufacturing 2020 - 2025
4.6.6 Global Cloud Computing Revenue in Automobile Sector 2020 - 2025
4.6.7 Global Cloud Computing Revenue in Agriculture 2020 - 2025

5.0 Cloud Services in IoT
5.1 IoT Overview
5.1.1 IoT will Drive Massive Data Storage and Processing Needs
5.1.2 Processing Cloud IoT Data
5.1.3 Dealing with Centralized Storage and Decentralized Processing
5.1.4 Data Security and Personal Information Privacy are the Biggest Hurdles
5.1.5 Enhanced Tools needed for Machine Generated Data in IoT
5.1.6 Cloud Data Management for IoT Devices
5.2 Leading Vendors in IoT Cloud Computing
5.3 Cloud Computing in IoT Market Outlook

6.0 Cloud Computing Case Studies

7.0 Carrier Cloud Services
7.1 Overview
7.2 Carrier Clouds
7.3 Mobile Edge Computing
7.3.1 MEC Benefits to Carriers
7.3.2 Commercialization of MEC
7.4 Carrier Cloud Market Outlook
7.4.1 Global Carrier Cloud Revenue 2020 - 2025
7.4.2 Carrier Cloud Revenue by Region 2020 - 2025
7.4.3 Global Carrier Cloud Revenue by Industry Vertical 2020 - 2025
7.4.4 Global Carrier Cloud Revenue by Services and Solutions 2020 - 2025
7.4.5 Carrier Distributed Computing Market
7.4.6 Global MEC Enabled Application Revenue 2020 - 2025

8.0 Important Cloud Computing Industry Developments
8.1 Cloud Computing Mergers and Acquisitions
8.2 Cloud Computing Investments

9.0 Select Companies in Cloud Computing and Infrastructure
9.1 Amazon Web Services, Inc.
9.1.1 Company Overview
9.1.2 Cloud Computing Portfolio
9.1.3 Recent Developments
9.2 Microsoft
9.2.1 Company Overview
9.2.2 Cloud Computing Portfolio
9.2.3 Recent Developments
9.3 Alibaba
9.3.1 Company Overview
9.3.2 Cloud Computing Portfolio
9.3.3 Recent Developments
9.4 Google
9.4.1 Company Overview
9.4.2 Cloud Computing Portfolio
9.4.3 Recent Developments
9.5 IBM
9.5.1 Company Overview
9.5.2 Cloud Computing Portfolio
9.5.3 Recent Developments
9.6 VMware
9.6.1 Company Overview
9.6.2 Cloud Computing Portfolio
9.6.3 Recent Developments
9.7 Oracle
9.7.1 Company Overview
9.7.2 Cloud Computing Portfolio
9.7.3 Recent Developments
9.8 Rackspace
9.8.1 Company Overview
9.8.2 Cloud Computing Portfolio
9.8.3 Recent Developments
9.9 Salesforce
9.9.1 Company Overview
9.9.2 Cloud Computing Portfolio
9.9.3 Recent Developments
9.10 Adobe
9.10.1 Company Overview
9.10.2 Cloud Computing Portfolio
9.10.3 Recent Developments
9.11 Verizon
9.11.1 Company Overview
9.11.2 Cloud Computing Portfolio
9.11.3 Recent Developments

10.0 Appendix: Fundamentals of Cloud Computing
10.1 Cloud Computing Deployment Model Categories
10.2 Cloud Technologies and Architecture
10.3 Cloud Computing and Virtualization
10.4 Moving Beyond Cloud Computing
10.5 Rise of the Cloud-Based Networked Enterprise
10.6 General Cloud Service Enablers
10.6.1 Wireless Broadband Connectivity
10.6.2 Security Solutions
10.6.3 Presence and Location
10.7 Personal Cloud Service Enablers
10.7.1 Identity Management
10.7.2 Preference Management
10.8 Cloud Computing Services
10.8.1 Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
10.8.2 Platform as a Service (PaaS)
10.8.3 Software as a Service (SaaS)
10.9 Emerging Models: XaaS (Everything as a Service)
10.9.1 Business Process as a Service (BPaaS)
10.9.2 Communication as a Service (CaaS)
10.9.3 Monitoring as a Service (MaaS)
10.9.4 Network-as-a-service (NaaS)
10.9.5 Storage as a Service (SaaS)
10.10 APIs and Database
10.11 The Need for Federated Database Model
10.12 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) in the Cloud
10.13 Supply Chain Management in the Cloud
10.14 Emerging Cloud-Based Applications
10.14.1 B2B Applications
10.14.2 B2C Applications
10.14.3 Entertainment in the Cloud: TV, Video, Gaming and More
10.15 Cloud Myths and Realities

11.0 Appendix: MEC Technology and Solutions
11.1 MEC Characteristics
11.1.1 Processing at the Edge
11.1.2 Low Latency Network
11.1.3 Context-Based Service
11.1.4 Location Service and Analytics
11.2 Benefits of MEC
11.2.1 MEC Business Benefits
11.2.2 Technical Benefits
11.2.3 Communication Service Provider Specific Benefits
11.3 MEC Architecture and Platforms
11.3.1 MEC Platform Architecture and Building Blocks
11.3.2 MEC Value Chain for Edge Cloud
11.4 MEC Technology and Building Blocks
11.4.1 Radio Network Information Service
11.4.2 Traffic Offload Function
11.4.3 Interface
11.4.4 Configuration Management
11.4.5 Application Lifecycle Management
11.4.6 Hardware Virtualization and Infrastructure Management System
11.4.7 Core Network Elements

Figures
Figure 1: Cloud Computing Enterprise Applications
Figure 2: Cloud Computing Market Segmentation
Figure 3: Global Cloud Computing Revenue 2020 - 2025
Figure 4: Global Cloud Computing Revenue by SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS 2020 - 2025
Figure 5: Global Cloud Services Revenue 2020 - 2025
Figure 6: Cloud Computing Revenue by Region 2020 - 2025
Figure 7: Global Cloud Computing Revenue in Government Sector 2020 - 2025
Figure 8: Global Cloud Computing Revenue in Financial Sector 2020 - 2025
Figure 9: Global Cloud Computing Revenue in Healthcare 2020 - 2025
Figure 10: Global Cloud Computing Revenue in Retail Sector 2020 - 2025
Figure 11: Global Cloud Computing Revenue in Manufacturing 2020 - 2025
Figure 12: Global Cloud Computing Revenue in Automobile Sector 2020 - 2025
Figure 13: Global Cloud Computing Revenue in Agriculture 2020 - 2025
Figure 14: Cloud-Based IoT Data Processing
Figure 15: Distributed Cloud IoT Data Architecture
Figure 16: IoT Data will NOT be Simply Stored in the Cloud
Figure 17: Real-time IoT Data Management and Analytics
Figure 18: Security in IoT Data Architecture
Figure 19: Cloud Computing Architecture
Figure 20: Server Virtualization Architecture
Figure 21: Deployment Ratio of by Categories of SaaS Application
Figure 22: Difference between IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS
Figure 23: Cloud Services and APIs
Figure 24: Cloud ERP vs. On-premise ERP
Figure 25: SCM Cloud Structure

Tables
Table 1: Global Cloud Computing Revenue 2020 - 2025
Table 2: Revenue by Cloud Computing Deployment Type
Table 3: Global Cloud Computing Revenue by SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS 2020 - 2025
Table 4: Global Cloud Computing IaaS by Sub-segment 2020 - 2025
Table 5: Global Cloud Computing SaaS Revenue by Sub-segment 2020 - 2025
Table 6: Global Cloud Computing PaaS Revenue by Sub-segment 2020 - 2025
Table 7: Global Cloud Services Revenue 2020 - 2025
Table 8: Global Revenues for Cloud Services by Sub-segments
Table 9: Cloud Computing Revenue by Region 2020 - 2025
Table 10: Global Cloud Computing Revenue by Industry Vertical 2020 - 2025
Table 11: Global Cloud Computing Revenue in Government Sector 2020 - 2025
Table 12: Global Cloud Computing Revenue in Financial Sector 2020 - 2025
Table 13: Global Cloud Computing Revenue in Healthcare 2020 - 2025
Table 14: Global Cloud Computing Revenue in Retail Sector 2020 - 2025
Table 15: Global Cloud Computing Revenue in Manufacturing 2020 - 2025
Table 16: Global Cloud Computing Revenue in Automobile Sector 2020 - 2025
Table 17: Global Cloud Computing Revenue in Agriculture 2020 - 2025
Table 18: Global Carrier Cloud Revenue 2020 - 2025
Table 19: Carrier Cloud Revenue by Region 2020 - 2025
Table 20: Global Carrier Cloud Revenue by Industry Vertical 2020 - 2025
Table 21: Global Carrier Cloud Revenue by Services and Solutions 2020 - 2025
Table 22: Global Revenues for Centralized Carrier Cloud Services 2020 - 2025
Table 23: Global MEC Revenue by Application 2020 - 2025

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  • Adobe
  • Alibaba
  • Amazon Web Services, Inc.
  • Google
  • IBM
  • Microsoft
  • Oracle
  • Rackspace
  • Salesforce
  • Verizon
  • VMware
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