Managed Application Services Rely on Cloud Platforms to Deliver Legacy Software

 


In this report, Stratecast identifies a range of non-cloud software delivery models, examining how responsibilities are split between the provider and the customer. We take a closer look at Managed Application Services, which provides the best opportunity for software and managed service providers to lighten the customer burden for essential non-SaaS software. Finally, we look at how five service providers—Eagle Investments, Oracle, AT&T, HP, and IBM—deliver managed application services to enterprise clients.

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Managed Application Services Rely on Cloud Platforms to Deliver Legacy SoftwareCC 4-8Executive SummaryIntroductionWhat Enterprises Want from Software DeliveryComparing Application Delivery ModelsWhy Managed Application Services?Delivery Managed Application ServicesProfiles of Select Managed Application Services and ProvidersStratecast - The Last WordAbout StratecastAbout Frost & Sullivan




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