Feb 2019 - Taxonomy - Doc # US43778719
IDC's Worldwide Managed Cloud Services Taxonomy, 2019
By: David TapperProgram Vice President, Outsourcing and Managed Cloud Services, Jason BremnerResearch Vice President, Industry and Business Solutions, Francesca CiarlettaResearch Analyst, European Services, Cathy HuangAssociate Research Director, Services and Security, IDC Asia/Pacific, Vladimír KroaAssociate Vice President, IT Services , CEMA, Peter MarstonResearch Director, Application Development, Testing, and Management Services, Satoshi MatsumotoResearch Director, IT Services, IDC Japan, Courtney MunroeGroup Vice President of Worldwide Telecommunications Research, Daniel PovisSenior Analyst, IT Services, South Cone, Waldemar SchusterProgram Manager, IT Services, Latin America, Jonathan TullettResearch Manager, Takuya UemuraGroup Manager, IT Services, IDC Japan, Seiichiro YoshiiSenior Market Analyst, IT Services, IDC Japan, Petr ZajoncProgram Manager, Services, CEE
This IDC study provides a detailed view of IDC's taxonomy for the extraction market called managed cloud services (MCS) that incorporates IDC's five technology outsourcing services foundation markets and its relationship to the overall portfolio of different types of cloud engagements. This taxonomy highlights how MCS is segmented into three primary markets of managed private cloud, managed hybrid, and managed public cloud services and further refines these primary managed cloud services into a set of secondary markets within MCS. Finally, this taxonomy also provides a detailed framework of the role and structure of service integration and cloud management platform (CPM) and how MCS is part of an evolution of technology operations that is replacing traditional (noncloud) technologies and architectures.
"IDC's worldwide managed cloud services taxonomy provides a comprehensive framework of a disruptive consumption and delivery model used to support different outsourcing-managed services markets," said David Tapper, VP, Outsourcing and Managed Cloud Services. "Ultimately, MCS, along with other digital capabilities, will become the de facto means of supporting customer needs for managed services."
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