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IDC's Worldwide Quarterly Cloud IT Infrastructure Tracker Taxonomy, 2019
By: Richard L. VillarsResearch Vice President, Datacenter & Cloud, Natalya YezhkovaResearch Vice President, Infrastructure Systems, Platforms and Technologies Group, Kuba StolarskiResearch Director, Infrastructure Systems, Platforms and Technologies Group, Petr JirovskyResearch Director, Network Infrastructure, Masaaki MoriyamaGroup Director, Enterprise Infrastructure / PCs, IDC Japan, Satoshi FukutomiGroup Manager, Enterprise Infrastructure, IDC Japan, Kenichi KusanoGroup Manager, Communications, IDC Japan, Silvia CossoResearch Manager, European Storage, Eckhardt FischerSenior Research Analyst, European Server Team, Jiri HelebrandSenior Research Manager, Servers, Systems & Infrastructure Solutions, CEMA, Marina KostovaResearch Manager, SIS, CEMA, Peter KosinarProgram Manager, Telecoms Netw., CEE, Rajnish AroraVice President, Enterprise Computing, IDC Asia/Pacific, Karen V. RondonSenior Research Manager, Dave PearsonResearch Director and Team Lead, Infrastructure, Tarun BhasinResearch Director, Datacentre Infrastructure, Kevin LonerganResearch Manager, Security and Infrastructure, Cintia GomezSenior Analyst, Networking Enterprise, Cloud IT Infrastructure & Converged Systems, Lidice FernandezProgram Vice President, Worldwide Tracker Research
This IDC study provides a detailed description of IDC's cloud IT infrastructure tracker taxonomy. IDC's Worldwide Quarterly Cloud IT Infrastructure Tracker is designed to provide clients with a better understanding of what portion of the server, enterprise storage systems, and networking hardware markets are being deployed in cloud environments. The tracker will break out vendor's revenue by hardware technology market into public and private cloud environments for historical data and also provide a five-year forecast by technology market.
According to IDC's Chief Analyst Frank Gens, "Technology and business innovators, almost daily, are creating new ways to deliver the benefits of cloud services to the market and so the territory steadily expands and definitional boundaries are repeatedly tested and sometimes shift. Consequently, IDC continues to refine, expand, and clarify our framework for identifying and defining the most important IT cloud services categories."
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