January 30, 2012
DUBLIN, Jan. 30 — Research and Markets has announced the addition of Frost & Sullivan's new report "Cloud Infrastructure Testing and Cloud-based Application Monitoring" to their offering.
This study covers the state of the cloud infrastructure testing and cloud based application monitoring market examining drivers and restraints for growth, end user trends and geographical trends. Following from these, market growth for regional and market segments are forecasted. In addition, an in-depth analysis of the competitive situation including vendors' market shares is performed, along with detailed profiles and product portfolio of the key vendors in the industry. The base year is 2010 with forecasts running through 2017. Detailed analysis of four geographic regions namely North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Rest-of-World is included.
Enterprise adoption of cloud computing is expected to be the most important factor driving the demand for the market of cloud infrastructure testing and cloud-based application monitoring. Large enterprises and IT organizations prefer to adopt private clouds for primary and backup storage solutions. On the other hand, factors such as data security, privacy concerns, and standard compliance are expected to further drive the demand for test solutions among cloud service providers. Frost & Sullivan performed this research to identify trends and opportunities in the market for test equipment manufacturers to capitalize on this demand for cloud-based test solutions.
Some of the largest end users of cloud computing and cloud service providers have invested significantly in expanding their operations to the Asia Pacific region. Countries such as India, China, and Singapore provide highest security standards with minimal capital expenditure. The Asia Pacific market for cloud infrastructure testing is expected to grow at a faster rate than North American and European markets.
Key Topics Covered:
Total Cloud Infrastructure Testing Market
Cloud-based Application Monitoring Market
Strategic Recommendations and Conclusions
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Source: Research and Markets
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