TECH SUPPLIER Jul 2019 - Market Presentation - Doc # US45403019
Enterprise Windows Epicenter Moves Closer to Cloud
By: Stephen Belanger, Deepak MohanResearch Director, Cloud Infrastructure Services, Sriram SubramanianResearch Director, Infrastructure Systems, Platforms and Technologies Group, Kuba StolarskiResearch Director, Infrastructure Systems, Platforms and Technologies Group, Ashish NadkarniGroup Vice President, Infrastructure Systems, Platforms and Technologies Group
This IDC Market Presentation summarizes the observed shift in installed base locations for Windows Server operating system. Based on IDC's Sever Tracker: Workloads 2H18 Release, IDC estimates that about 49% of worldwide installed base of servers equipped with Windows Server will be deployed in cloud-based environments, from just 30% in 2018. The installed base of Windows Server in on-premises traditional IT environments is expected to decrease to 51% by 2023, from approximately 70% in 2018. The majority of SCM and data management workloads deployed on servers with Windows Server OS will be cloud environments at the end of the forecast period. All these are in line with IDC observations of an increasing number of organizations deploying enterprise workloads on cloud environments.
Analytic applications, Enterprise resource management applications, Enterprise server, Infrastructure as a service, Operating systems and subsystems, Structured data management software, Supply chain management applications