Future Trends of Cloud Computing Services in India
The cloud computing market in India has been getting mature round the globe. The developing countries including India in the 10 months has witnessed many activities in this sector. Whilst several brands and entrepreneurs have ventured into this segment, the oneâ€™s existing from before has attracted similar investments. According to Gartner, cloud computing services are slated to become the bulk of fresh IT expenditures by 2016. From the year 2012 to 2017, every segment of the cloud computing market, cloud services revenue is expected to have a CAGR of 33.2%, along with SaaS and IaaS growth rates estimated to be approximately 34.4% and 39.8% respectively. In addition to that, the higher rates of SaaS adoption expected by 2017, USD 4.2 Bn is going to be spending on the cloud services in India. Furthermore, according to CII the public cloud computing in India is expected to expand up to 36% by the end of 2013to total USD 443 Mn. Hence, the IT-BPO vendors can set up their social media, analytics, mobility and cloud computing processes and aim to surpass the USD 225 Bn benchmark by 2020. Cloud computing is an easy and on-demand model especially for network access, where the expenses are dramatically minimized, the storage accessibility gets increased and the high automation minimizes the hassles about keeping the applications upgraded. Other than this there is high consistency, up time where the mobility is increased, thereby enabling enterpriseâ€™s to have access to data anywhere and anytime. In order to keep with these trends, today solution providers specializing in infrastructure management services have introduced cloud computing services that allows online provisioning, management and pay-as-you-use model for IT architecture through the web. The services offered offers the following features and benefits:Enables you to self-provision servers, storage architecture, instantly from anywhere and anytime. The resources can be accessed through a safe connection Helps in real time execution of new servers with no capital costs on software and hardware Highly available multi-tenant platform On demand compute and storage Instant scalability that helps in offering similar network topology and policies Users can opt in for the pay-as-you-use model Flexible services that helps to scale servers and storage instantly Offers industry leading SLAâ€™s that are in turn assisted by services credits Expert service providers offer service level agreements that make sure that companies can depend on the cloud infrastructure having the assurance that they are likely to have on any physical IT infrastructure at their end.
Published on Dec 13, 2013
The cloud computing market in India has been getting mature round the globe. The developing countries including India in the 10 months has...