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IDC's Worldwide Semiannual Server and Enterprise Storage Systems Trackers Workloads Taxonomy, 2020
By: Matthew EastwoodSenior Vice President, Enterprise Infrastructure, Cloud, Developers and Alliances, Natalya YezhkovaResearch Vice President, Infrastructure Systems, Platforms and Technologies Group, Lidice FernandezProgram Vice President, Worldwide Tracker Research, Cynthia HoSenior Research Manager, Enterprise Servers Enterprise Server and Data Center Research Group, Masaaki MoriyamaGroup Director, Enterprise Infrastructure / PCs, IDC Japan, Satoshi FukutomiGroup Manager, Enterprise Infrastructure, IDC Japan, Silvia CossoAssociate Research Director, European Storage, Pavel RolandResearch Director, Storage, Systems & Infrastructure Solutions, CEMA, Tarun BhasinResearch Director, Datacentre Infrastructure, Dave PearsonResearch Vice President, Infrastructure Solutions, Juan Pablo SeminaraProgram Manager, Enterprise, Latin America
This IDC study provides insight on how 18 workloads are deployed and consumed and what the projections are for future deployments. IDC's Worldwide Semiannual Enterprise Storage Systems Tracker Workloads and Worldwide Semiannual Server Tracker Workloads taxonomies leverage IDC's Quarterly Server, Enterprise Storage Systems, and Cloud IT Infrastructure Trackers for the core infrastructure sizing and forecasting attributes underpinning the workloads model across four main deployment scenarios. Workload trends are presented by geography-specific deployment, location, and product category across all attributes and a five-year forecast.
"Digital transformation is also forcing a level of agility not seen before in IT organizations," said Matthew Eastwood, senior vice president of Enterprise Infrastructure Research at IDC and the chief architect of IDC's Workloads study. "Companies are embracing public cloud services to complement their private cloud or noncloud environments at an unprecedented scale. To better represent how enterprises consider the deployment of new and existing workloads, IDC's server and storage market model segments them into four deployment scenarios (on-premises traditional, on-premises cloud, off-premises traditional, and off-premises cloud). Customers have more choices for technologies, service providers, vendors, channel partners, financing, configurations, deployment models, procurement scenarios, and routes to market than ever before. In this business environment, customers of all types, sizes, and verticals are increasingly looking to define themselves digitally, and as they do this, they are becoming savvier at addressing their workload requirements."
Asia/Pacific Datacenter Markets: Infrastructure and IT Services , Executive Information , Worldwide Semiannual Enterprise Storage Systems Tracker: Workloads , Worldwide Semiannual Server Tracker: Workloads
Analytic applications, Application development software, Automated software quality, Cognitive/artificial intelligence, Collaborative applications, Content management, Customer relationship management applications, Data access, analysis and delivery, Engineering applications, Enterprise asset management, Enterprise server, File system software, Financial resource management, Human capital management, Identity and access management, Integration and process automation middleware, Managed file transfer software, Non-relational database management systems, Operations and manufacturing applications, Order management, Procurement, Project and portfolio management, Relational database management systems, Search and discovery, Secure content and threat management, Security and vulnerability management software, Security management, Storage management software, Structured data management software, Supply chain management applications, System and network management software, Virtualized client computing
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