Infrastructure as a Service Market 2019-2023 Key Findings, Business Trends, Industry Profit Growth, Segments and Regional Study

Global Infrastructure as a Service (Iaas) Market Is Estimated To Reach Usd ~ 59 Billion By The End Of The Forecast Period, At A Cagr Of ~23% and Infrastructure As A Service (IaaS) Market Research Report – By Solution (Network Management, Content Delivery Services)

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Infrastructure as a Service Market Overview:
Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) governance demand is growing with IaaS mis-configurations and inadvertent sensitive data storage exposure causing some of the biggest breaches over the past couple of years. Demand for sustainable security assessment and monitoring, effective data loss prevention, and malware and threat protection is increasing. As a result, businesses are increasingly focusing on improving governance to prevent data loss.

Simultaneously, factors such as the increasing demand for hybrid computing, faster implementation, scalability, and accessibility of the IT system are defining the market landscape for IaaS, increasing the demand and uptake of IaaS. Moreover, the increasing adoption of multi-cloud and cloud-based IaaS platform is escalating the IaaS market on the global platform.

Acknowledging the kind of growth, the IaaS market is witnessing currently, Market Research Future (MRFR) in its recently published study report asserts that the global Infrastructure as a Service Market will reach approx. 59 BN USD by 2023, registering a whopping CAGR over 23 % from 2017 to 2023.

Augmenting uptake of cloud computing among various verticals including IT & telecom, BFSI, healthcare, retail & e-commerce due to maximum utilization of IT resources and cost-effective cloud computing services among organizations

On the flip side, factors such as the lack of technical expertise to manage IT infrastructure and data security on the cloud are expected to restrict the market growth of IaaS over the assessment period. Nevertheless, the cloud-based IaaS platform owing to its capability to enhance the IT services and fast data accessibility, witnesses a vast demand in large enterprises, which in turn, will support the market growth over the forecast period.

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Competitive Landscape:
Major players to get interested in the global infrastructure as a service market are Google LLC (U.S.), Amazon Web Services Inc. (U.S.), International Business Machines Corporation (U.S.), Microsoft Corporation (U.S.), HCL Technologies Limited (India), Cisco Systems Inc (U.S.), Computer Sciences Corporation (U.S.), Accenture (Republic of Ireland), Rackspace Inc. (U.S.), VMware, Inc. (U.S.), Oracle Corporation (U.S.), and Fujitsu Ltd (Japan). Such a variety of companies is creating a competitive market where trends are getting decided based on strategic implementations of these companies.

In July 2019, Spring Cloud announced that users who prefer release train and use IaaS will soon find their codes in the GitHub organizations. This is to simplify the work process.

Segmentation:
The global infrastructure as a service (IaaS) market, as discussed in MRFR report, is segmented on the basis of the solution, deployment type, end-user, and verticals. Such a segmentation ensures a better peek into the market and comprehensive knowledge of what are coming next.
• Based on the solution, the global infrastructure as a service market can be segmented into high-performance computing as a service, managed hosting services, storage as a service (SaaS), network management, disaster recovery as a service, and content delivery services. The SaaS segment is gaining significant foothold in the market for a better analysis. In addition, the SaaS segment includes network attached storage and storage area network-based storage.
• Based on the deployment, the infrastructure as a service market comprises public cloud, private cloud, and hybrid cloud. The hybrid clouds segment is experiencing high demand.
• Based on the end-user, the infrastructure as a service market can be segmented into small & medium enterprises (SMEs) and large enterprises. Its installation cost could be an initial barrier for SMEs.
• Based on the verticals, the infrastructure as a service market incorporates retail & e-commerce, government & defense, IT & telecom, BFSI, healthcare, and among others. The IT & telecom segment is gaining substantial lead from the associated markets.

Regional Analysis:
North America, Asia Pacific (APAC), Europe, and the Rest of the World (RoW) are four regions that have been discussed in the region-specific report of MRFR on the global infrastructure as a service market. Such a specific analysis enables better unraveling of growth pockets.

North America is leading the global market as several sectors are creating a strong demand for the regional IaaS market. This is due to the advanced IT infrastructure and increasing penetration of the hybrid cloud. On the other hand, high investment capacity is also playing in favor of the regional market.

Europe is holding the second position and it is accelerating further to with the adoption of adoption of next generation of cloud-based IaaS services. Larger enterprises are providing boost to the regional market growth.

The APAC region is also showing substantial prospect for the regional market growth. The market is getting driven by China, Japan, and India. This is happening because of their high investment for industrial upliftment and it is expected to witness the highest CAGR during the forecast period.

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Table of Contents
1 Executive Summary
2 Market Introduction
2.1 Definition
2.2 Scope of the Study
2.3 List of Assumptions
2.4 Market Structure
3 Market Insights
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List of Tables
Table 1 Global Infrastructure as A Service Market: By Region, 2017-2023
Table 2 North America Infrastructure as A Service Market: By Country, 2017-2023
Table 3 Europe Infrastructure as A Service Market: By Country, 2017-2023
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List of Figures
Figure 1 Global Infrastructure as a Service Market Segmentation
Figure 2 Forecast Methodology
Figure 3 Five Forces Analysis of Global Infrastructure as a Service Market
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