Indian Cloud Services Market, H1 2015

Growth of Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Spotlights Convergence of End users and Service Providers, Hardware and Software Technologies

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The Indian cloud computing market being posed for big growth is an indication that enterprises in India are moving away from building their own on-premises infrastructure, migrating from traditional software licensing models to a Software-as-a-Solution (SaaS) model served by cloud providers. The evolution of the data center and cloud space has seen a paradigm shift in the way enterprises perceive value from technology. With increasing macro-economic shifts in enterprise and consumer behavior and the consumption of infrastructure and software services, the cloud services market is seeing a key tipping point in India.

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Indian Cloud Services Market, H1 2015MethodologyMethodology—Captive Cloud Services MarketMethodology—Captive Cloud Services Market (continued)Methodology—Third-party Cloud Services MarketMethodology—Third-party Cloud Services Market (continued)Definitions and Value ChainDefinitionsDefinitions (continued)Definitions (continued)Cloud Deployment ModelsOverall Market HighlightsCloud Services MarketCaptive Cloud Services MarketCloud Technology Value ChainDrivers of Cloud Services MarketRestraints of Cloud Services MarketCaptive Cloud Services Market TrendsCaptive Cloud Service Providers PortfolioCaptive Cloud Service Providers Portfolio (continued)Captive Cloud Service Providers Portfolio (continued)Competitor Updates—Solution BenchmarkingMarket HighlightsCaptive Cloud Services—Product SplitCaptive Cloud Services—Vertical SplitAnnual RevenuesCloud Services Competitors ProfilesThird-party Cloud Services MarketThird-party Cloud Services Market TrendsSWOT Analysis of the Indian Cloud MarketKey Factors Considered by End Users to Evaluate IaaS ServicesAssessment of the Third-party Cloud Service ProvidersAssessment of the Third-party Cloud Service Providers (continued)Revenue Share of Various Third-party Service ProvidersRevenue Performance ParametersMarket HighlightsThird-party Cloud Services—Product SplitThird-party Cloud Services—Horizontal SplitThird-party Cloud Services—Vertical SplitQuarterly RevenuesCompetitive Technology Base—Strength of Public Cloud Service ProvidersCloud Computing Technology RoadmapWay ForwardLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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