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Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS): Market and Forecast for Secure Multitenancy Platforms and Services 2014-2019

Mind Commerce Publishing
Published Date » 2014-02-25
No. Of Pages » 50
Our research indicates 2013 marked the year that Cloud computing officially crossed the milestone of casual experimentation and is now shifting into the stage of serious business strategy for most large organizations and soon will be the same for many SMB as well. More than simply a buzzword, the shift to Cloud-based solutions is driven by many factors including the following:

  • Global business operations is the norm with multiple locations
  • An increasingly large data load and administrative burden on enterprise
  • Significant growth in data-hungry and processing intensive business functions
This report evaluates the Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) market with an emphasis on IaaS multitenant platform and services. IaaS is a core service of cloud computing based on virtualization techniques. IaaS providers install servers, data centers at various physical locations and provide virtual infrastructure via secure IP-based connectivity. IaaS is a service based on behind the curtain technology of virtualization, multitenancy and cloud computing. In cloud computing, “multitenancy” architecture represents a shared infrastructure and/or resources topology along with the advantages of virtualization and remote access to new business models and services.

Target Audience: 

Datacenter providers
Telecom service providers
API management companies
SDN and virtualization vendors
Telecom managed service providers
Wireless/mobile infrastructure providers
Cloud infrastructure and service providers
SMB and enterprise companies of all types
Regulatory bodies and governmental organizations
Investors: venture capital, private equity and hedge funds
Companies in Report: 
Amazon AWS
Apache CloudStack
Artisan Infrastructure
CloudBroker GMBH
Computer Science Corporation
GoGrid
Google Cloud Enterprise
Gravitant
HP
IBM SoftLayer
Microsoft Windows Azure
Nimbus
Openstack
Orion VM
Peak
RackSpace
RedHat
Verizon

Report Benefits:
 
  • Forecasts for IaaS including multitenancy through 2019
  • Understand drivers for IaaS and vendor strategies for success
  • Learn which new sectors will be targeted of IaaS through 2019
  • Understand the ecosystem and competitive landscape for IaaS services
  • Learn about the strategic initiatives and strategies for current market leaders
  • Identify preferences and trends for Cloud delivery models for both IaaS suppliers and clients
  • Identify key issues including features, scalability, adoptability, interoperability, security and functionality
Table of Contents: 

1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 7

2.0 INTRODUCTION 8
2.1 ROLE OF MULTITENANCY IN THE CLOUD COMPUTING 8
2.2 ADVANTAGES OF MULTITENANCY IN THE CLOUD COMPUTING 9
2.2.1 MULTITENANCY IS ADAPTABLE IN ANY CLOUD MODEL (PUBLIC OR PRIVATE) 10
2.2.2 MULTITENANCY LEVERAGES USE OF SAAS, PAAS, AND IAAS 11
2.3 MULTITENANCY IN IAAS 11
2.4 IAAS MULTITENANCY ARCHITECTURE 13
2.4.1 VIRTUALIZATION AND ROLE OF HYPERVISOR 13
2.5 KEY SUCCESS FACTORS FOR MULTITENANT IAAS PLATFORMS AND SERVICES 14
2.5.1 QUICK AND FLEXIBLE PROVISION OF IT RESOURCES 14
2.5.2 CONSISTENT AND HIGH IO PERFORMANCE AND BANDWIDTH 14
2.5.3 STORAGE 14
2.5.4 VARIETY OF INSTANCES 15
2.5.5 SECURING MULTITENANCY 15
2.5.6 DATACENTERS 15
2.5.7 SERVICE LEVEL AGREEMENT 15
2.6 KEY USAGE OF MULTITENANT IAAS CLOUDS IN ENTERPRISE 16
2.7 IAAS ADOPTION STRATEGIES FOR VARIOUS STAKEHOLDERS 17

3.0 IAAS COMPANIES AND SOLUTIONS 19
3.1 AMAZON WEB SERVICES (AWS) 19
3.1.1 ELASTIC COMPUTE CLOUD (EC2) 19
3.1.2 AWS PARTNER NETWORK 23
3.1.3 AWS SWOT ANALYSIS 23
3.1.4 FUTURE STRATEGIES OF AWS THROUGH 2014 24
3.2 GOOGLE 25
3.2.1 GOOGLE COMPUTE ENGINE (GCE) 25
3.2.2 GOOGLE CLOUD PLATFORM PARTNER NETWORK 27
3.2.3 GCE SWOT ANALYSIS 27
3.2.4 FUTURE STRATEGIES OF GCE THROUGH 2014 28
3.3 IBM 28
3.3.1 CLOUDLAYER 28
3.3.2 SMARTCLOUD ENTERPRISE+ (SCE+) 29
3.3.1 IBM CLOUD SERVICES SWOT ANALYSIS 30
3.3.2 FUTURE STRATEGIES OF IBM CLOUD SERVICES THROUGH 2014 31
3.4 MICROSOFT 31
3.4.1 WINDOWS AZURE FOR IAAS 31
3.4.1 WINDOWS AZURE SWOT ANALYSIS 34
3.4.2 FUTURE STRATEGIES OF WINDOWS AZURE THROUGH 2014 35
3.5 RACKSPACE 35
3.5.1 RACKSPACE PUBLIC CLOUD 35
3.5.2 RACKSPACE SWOT ANALYSIS 36
3.5.3 FUTURE STRATEGIES OF RACKSPACE THROUGH 2014 36
3.6 COMPUTER SCIENCE CORPORATION (CSC) 36
3.6.1 CSC CLOUD COMPUTE 37
3.7 HP NEW PUBLIC CLOUD CONSOLE 37
3.8 EMERGING STAKEHOLDERS IN IAAS 37
3.8.1 CLOUD BROKERS 37
3.8.2 WHOLESALE IAAS PROVIDERS 38
3.8.3 WHITE LABEL CLOUD SERVICES 38
3.8.4 OPEN SOURCE IAAS 39

4.0 GLOBAL IAAS MULTITENANT PLATFORMS AND SERVICES MARKET 41
4.1 MARKET OVERVIEW 2013 41
4.2 CLOUD AS A SERVICE MARKET 2014 - 2019 41
4.3 MULTITENANT IAAS PLATFORMS AND SERVICES - 2013 42
4.4 MARKET FOR IAAS MULTITENANCY 2014 - 2019 43
4.5 MULTITENANT IAAS PLATFORM BUYER ANALYSIS 44
4.6 MULTITENANT IAAS MARKET SIZE BY TYPE OF SERVICE PROVIDER 2014 – 2019 45

5.0 CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 47
5.1 SWOT ANALYSIS OF IAAS INDUSTRY 47
5.2 CURRENT MARKET SCENARIOS 48
5.3 NEXT STEPS FOR IAAS MARKET 48

List of Tables


TABLE 0: MARKET SIZE OF CLOUD AS A SERVICES 2014 – 2019 ($B) 8
TABLE 1: TYPES OF EC2 INSTANCES 22
TABLE 2: SWOT ANALYSIS OF AWS 24
TABLE 3: TYPES OF GCE INSTANCES 26
TABLE 4: SWOT ANALYSIS OF GCE 27
TABLE 5: CLOUDLAYER PUBLIC CLOUD INSTANCES 29
TABLE 6: SWOT ANALYSIS OF IBM CLOUD 31
TABLE 7: WINDOWS AZURE STANDARD INSTANCES 33
TABLE 8: WINDOWS AZURE MEMORY INTENSIVE INSTANCES 33
TABLE 9: SWOT ANALYSIS OF WINDOWS AZURE 34
TABLE 10: SWOT ANALYSIS OF RACKSPACE 36
TABLE 11: CLOUD AS A SERVICE MARKET 2014 – 2019 ($B) 42
TABLE 12: MULTITENANT IAAS MARKET SIZE 2014 – 2019 ($B) 43
TABLE 13: MULTITENANT IAAS MARKET SIZE BY BUYER CATEGORY 2014 -2019 ($B) 44
TABLE 14: IAAS MULTITENANT MARKET SIZE BY SERVICE PROVIDER TYPE 2014 – 2019 ($B) 45

List of Figures


FIGURE 1: IAAS TECHNOLOGY LAYERS 13
FIGURE 2: VIRTUALIZATION TYPES 14
FIGURE 3: USAGE OF IAAS MULTITENANT CLOUDS IN ENTERPRISE 17
FIGURE 4: IAAS CUSTOMER PYRAMID 18
FIGURE 5: AMAZON AWS AVAILABILITY ZONE DIAGRAM 20
FIGURE 6: BUILD YOUR OWN CLOUD SERVER OFFER FROM IBM 30
FIGURE 7: CLOUD AS A SERVICE MARKET SIZE 2014 – 2019 42
FIGURE 8: MULTITENANT IAAS MARKET 2014 – 2019 44
FIGURE 9: MULTITENANT IAAS MARKET SIZE BY BUYER CATEGORY 2014 -2019 45
FIGURE 10: IAAS MULTITENANT MARKET SIZE BY PROVIDER SERVICE TYPE 2014-2019 46

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