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世界のクラウド用仮想化ソフトウェア市場:市場シェア・市場戦略・市場予測(2011-2017年)

Cloud Virtualization Software Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2011 to 2017

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世界のクラウド用仮想化ソフトウェア市場:市場シェア・市場戦略・市場予測(2011-2017年) Cloud Virtualization Software Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2011 to 2017
出版日: 2011年10月18日 ページ情報: 英文 971 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、クラウドコンピューティングのための仮想化ソフトウェアの市場について調査分析し、市場成長予測(〜2017年)、主要ベンダーの市場シェア、主要地域における動向、主要ソフトウェア製品の概要、ソフトウェア関連技術の解説、主要企業のプロファイルなどをまとめ、概略下記の構成でお届けいたします。

エグゼクティブサマリー

第1章 クラウドコンピューティングのための仮想化:市場概要・市場力学

  • 仮想マシンでのLinuxの運用
  • Microsoft Virtual Imagesの運用
  • Web 2.0インターネットスケールメインストリームアプリケーション
  • Web 2.0のコアコンピテンシー
  • ソーシャルネットワーキングアプリケーション
  • クラウドコンピューティングのビジネスに与える影響
  • ブログ
  • Web 2.0とデータ
  • Web 2.0による広告ビジネス
  • Web 2.0を利用したサイエンティフィックコラボレーション
  • プライベートクラウド
  • 企業内のプライベートクラウドコンピューティング
  • クラウドサービス:プライシングとダイナミックスケーリング戦略
  • ITとクラウドコンピューティング
  • クラウドコンピューティングによる価値の提供

第2章 仮想化ソフトウェア:市場シェア・市場予測

  • クラウドのための仮想化ソフトウェア市場:成長促進因子
  • クラウドのための仮想化ソフトウェア市場:市場シェア
  • 仮想化クラウドソフトウェア市場予測
  • プライベート&パブリッククラウド:市場予測
  • クラウドコンピューティングのための仮想化:プライシング
  • 仮想化ソフトウェア:地域市場区分・出荷動向

第3章 クラウドコンピューティングのための仮想化製品:概要

  • IBM zEnterpriseハイブリッドコンピューティングシステム
  • EMC VMware
  • Red Hat
  • Microsoft
  • Citrix XenServer
  • Oracle Virtualization
  • Brocadeの仮想化環境サポート
  • Parallels
  • Attachmate / Novell
  • Eucalyptus Systemsのクラウド戦略
  • クラウドコンピューティングのためのエッジルーターおよびスイッチ
  • Juniperのクラウド対応データセンター

第4章 クラウドコンピューティング用ミドルウェア技術

  • クラウド技術とネットワーク
  • SOAの準備状況評価
  • 非同期・同期メッセージング
  • ESB(Enterprise Service Bus)技術
  • ウェブサービス
  • SOAの例外管理
  • 翻訳ソフトウェアとデータマッピング
  • SOAインフラ技術
  • XDMS技術
  • SOAダイナミックアーキテクチャ
  • SOAのビジネス上のメリット
  • SOA(Services Oriented Applications)サービス
  • SOAのビジネス上のメリット
  • ビジネスイベント
  • POA(Process Oriented Architecture)
  • 先進Eビジネスインフラ
  • 開発ツールセット
  • ウェブサービス
  • サービスレベルの課題
  • ビジネスニーズ
  • Oasis
  • SOA(Services Oriented Architecture)
  • オープンシステム
  • Java
  • WS-Transaction・BPEL4WS の仕様
  • UDDI(Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration)
  • UDDIレジストリ
  • WSDL
  • OASIS
  • IPアドレッシングとディレクトリ管理
  • ウェブサービス技術
  • ステートレスセッションBean
  • クラスタ
  • 位置透過性
  • スマートプロキシ
  • ロードバランシング
  • プロセスエンティティ設計パターン
  • コマンドオブジェクト/コントロールフロー
  • 認証検査
  • 権限委譲
  • 協調フィルタリング
  • サイト分析
  • ポータル、など

第5章 企業プロファイル

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Product Code: SH24861513

Virtualization is the fundamental aspect of cloud computing. Virtualization permits enterprises to achieve modernization of IT by consolidating workloads onto fewer platforms and to optimize the management of those workloads with automated process. The aim of computer virtualization is to increase the utilization of systems in the data center and at the line of business.

Most workloads being virtualized are the Microsoft applications used in the data center. Scale out Web applications, with each application located on a separate server are being consolidated at a rapid pace. Each application is being packaged as an image that runs on a larger server, with 10 to 15 images per server being achieved for consolidation in the distributed platform environments, and 100 to 500 images per IFL being achieved on the mainframe Linux class servers.

Cloud computing has three virtualization aspects: Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). Business software as a service SaaS applications and cloud computing models have matured and adoption has become an issue for every IT department. These models are offered as solutions targeted top different types of application delivery. These solutions all adapt to virtualized environments.

Microsoft solutions are being virtualized to increase the utilization and density of server processing. VMware a virtualization solution commonly used. It facilitates the creation of virtual machines on the Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows Server 2003 operating systems, creating multiple images of single servers on a larger server. Server virtualization creates economies for running the data center.

Virtual machines are created and managed through a VMware or tother web-based interface. A utility is used to mount multiple server images on a single more powerful server, consolidating workloads and saving hardware costs.

Running Linux In Virtual Machines

IBM z/VM offers the ability to run Linux in virtual machines on IBM System z. IT needs to run Linux in virtual machines for enterprise computing. Linux in virtual images is evolving rapidly. Data centers have to meet ever increasing demands with flat budgets. IBM System z delivers a unique hybrid computing model.

IBM zEnterprise 196 allows data centers to optimize workload deployment on best fit technologies with a common management infrastructure. It works for both mainframe and distributed system resources. zLinux is positioned to drive down overall costs. This model integrates data serving and analytics for actionable insight.

IBM zEnterprise 196 is positioned for use by the line of business. It enables fast and flexible delivery of new services to drive innovation. z/VM works with open source operating systems, Linux, on the mainframe. Within the z/VM environment, Linux images benefit from the ability to share hardware and software resources and use internal high-speed communications.

Table of Contents

Virtualization Software Executive Summary

  • Cloud Computing Virtualization Market Driving Forces
  • Running Microsoft Virtual Images
  • Running Linux In Virtual Machines
  • Cloud Computing Virtualization Market Shares
  • Virtualization Cloud Software Market Forecasts

1. Cloud Computing Virtualization Market Description and Market Dynamics

  • 1.1. Running Linux In Virtual Machines
    • 1.1.1. Cloud Computing Web Access Services
    • 1.1.2. Cloud Computing Virtualization Aspects
  • 1.2. Running Microsoft Virtual Images
  • 1.3. Web 2.0 Internet Scale Mainstream Applications
    • 1.3.1. Design Patterns
    • 1.3.2. Data Driven Cloud Computing
    • 1.3.3. Network Effects
    • 1.3.4. Collaboration
    • 1.3.5. Social Networking Heuristics
    • 1.3.6. Wiki-Style Collaborative Editing
  • 1.4. Core Competencies of Web 2.0
  • 1.5. Social Networking Applications
  • 1.6. Cloud Computing Impact On Business
    • 1.6.1. Cloud Computing Corporate Communications
  • 1.7. Blogging
    • 1.7.1. Architecture of Participation
    • 1.7.2. Permalink Functionality
  • 1.8. Web 2.0 Driven By Data
    • 1.8.1. Control Over The Database
  • 1.9. Web 2.0 Advertising Business
    • 1.9.1. Google' s Lightweight Programming Model Has Led To The Creation Of Numerous Value-Added Services
  • 1.10. Scientific Collaboration Using Web 2.0
    • 1.10.1. OpenWetWare Project At MIT
  • 1.11. Private Cloud
    • 1.11.1. Private Cloud Software-As-A-Service
    • 1.11.2. Private Cloud Product Development
  • 1.12. Internal Enterprise Private Cloud Computing
  • 1.13. Cloud Services A Pricing And Dynamic Scaling Strategy
  • 1.14. Information Technology Cloud Computing Aspects
    • 1.14.1. Cloud Computing Business Benefit
  • 1.15. Cloud computing Provides Value

2. Virtualization Software Market Shares and Market Forecasts

  • 2.1. Cloud Computing Virtualization Market Driving Forces
  • 2.2. Cloud Computing Virtualization Market Shares
    • 2.2.1. Cloud Virtualization Software on Distributed and Blade Server Market Shares
    • 2.2.2. Cloud Virtualization Software, Enterprise Mainframe Class Market Shares
    • 2.2.3. IBM Virtualization
    • 2.2.4. IBM zVM Platform for Large-Scale Linux Consolidation
    • 2.2.5. IBM Smarter Cities on Cloud
    • 2.2.6. IBM WebSphere on System z Manages Order to Customer Receipt
    • 2.2.7. VMWare vSphere
    • 2.2.8. Microsoft Two Cloud Services
    • 2.2.9. How Many Companies World-Wide Use Microsoft Office in Microsoft and Non-Microsoft Virtualized Environments
    • 2.2.10. Microsoft Cloud Strategy
    • 2.2.11. Microsoft Captured About 25 Percent Of The Virtualization Market
    • 2.2.12. Oracle VM Virtualization
    • 2.2.13. Oracle Solaris Containers
    • 2.2.14. Red Hat Virtualization Open Systems Software
    • 2.2.15. Red Hat Virtualization
    • 2.2.16. Citrix XenApp
    • 2.2.17. Parallels
    • 2.2.18. Novell and Microsoft Working Together
    • 2.2.19. Eucalyptus
  • 2.3. Virtualization Cloud Software Market Forecasts
    • 2.3.1. Energy use of 34 Million Installed Servers
    • 2.3.2. Server Installed Base Power Consumption
    • 2.3.3. Google (GOOG) Global Electricity Consumption
    • 2.3.4. Windows Office Market Share
  • 2.4. Total Private and Public Cloud Market Forecasts
    • 2.4.1. Cloud Computing Useful To Enterprise IT
    • 2.4.2. Private Cloud Computing
    • 2.4.3. Hewlett Packard Proliant Servers
    • 2.4.4. Fujitsu
    • 2.4.5. Cisco Server Virtualization
    • 2.4.6. Virtualization Software for a Cloud Service Markets
    • 2.4.7. Vmware
    • 2.4.8. Host Cloud System Infrastructure
    • 2.4.9. Application Hosting
    • 2.4.10. Software Asset Management
    • 2.4.11. Implications of Per Device Licensing
    • 2.4.12. Virtualization' s Impact On The IT Industry
    • 2.4.13. Sprawl In IT Systems: Service Centric Architecture
    • 2.4.14. Cost To Power And Cool Installed Servers
    • 2.4.15. Server Utilization Constrained By Amount of Memory
    • 2.4.16. Average Age Of A Datacenter In The United States
    • 2.4.17. Converged IT Infrastructure
    • 2.4.18. Private Clouds
    • 2.4.19. Converged Systems
    • 2.4.20. IBM z/OS Workload Management And Service Policies
    • 2.4.21. Collaboration as a Service
    • 2.4.22. Collaboration as a Service Market Shares
    • 2.4.23. Collaboration as a Service Market Forecasts
  • 2.5. Cloud Virtualization Pricing
    • 2.5.1. Microsoft Core ESB Functions Implemented In BizTalk
    • 2.5.2. IBM Cloud Systems Development
  • 2.6. Virtualization Software Regional Market Segments, Shipments

3. Cloud Virtualization Product Description

  • 3.1. IBM zEnterprise Hybrid Computing System
    • 3.1.1. IBM zVM Platform for Large-Scale Linux Consolidation
    • 3.1.2. IBM zVM Industry-Leading Virtualization Helping Control Costs
    • 3.1.3. IBM z/VM and Linux System z Technology
    • 3.1.4. IBM Cloud Virtualization WebSphere SOA Integration
    • 3.1.5. IBM Cloud Virtualization WebSphere Business Process
    • 3.1.6. IBM Smarter Computing
    • 3.1.7. IBM zEnterprise System Components
    • 3.1.8. IBM Host Services Leverage Information As A Service
    • 3.1.9. IBM Cloud Middleware Software
    • 3.1.10. IBM BladeCenter
  • 3.2. EMC Vmware
    • 3.2.1. Vmware vSphere
    • 3.2.2. Vmware vSphere Standard:
    • 3.2.3. Vmware vSphere Enterprise:
    • 3.2.4. Vmware vSphere Enterprise Plus:
    • 3.2.5. Vmware vSphere ESXi™ Hypervisor
    • 3.2.6. Vmware vCenter Server Foundation
    • 3.2.7. Virtualizing Desktops with Vmware
    • 3.2.8. EMC Enterprise Desktop Solutions
    • 3.2.9. EMC / VMWare

3. Cloud Virtualization Product Description

  • 3.1. IBM zEnterprise Hybrid Computing System
    • 3.1.1. IBM zVM Platform for Large-Scale Linux Consolidation
    • 3.1.2. IBM zVM Industry-Leading Virtualization Helping Control Costs
    • 3.1.3. IBM z/VM and Linux System z Technology
    • 3.1.4. IBM Cloud Virtualization WebSphere SOA Integration
    • 3.1.5. IBM Cloud Virtualization WebSphere Business Process
    • 3.1.6. IBM Smarter Computing
    • 3.1.7. IBM zEnterprise System Components
    • 3.1.8. IBM Host Services Leverage Information As A Service
    • 3.1.9. IBM Cloud Middleware Software
    • 3.1.10. IBM BladeCenter
  • 3.2. EMC Vmware
    • 3.2.1. Vmware vSphere
    • 3.2.2. Vmware vSphere Standard:
    • 3.2.3. Vmware vSphere Enterprise:
    • 3.2.4. Vmware vSphere Enterprise Plus:
    • 3.2.5. Vmware vSphere ESXi™ Hypervisor
    • 3.2.6. Vmware vCenter Server Foundation
    • 3.2.7. Virtualizing Desktops with Vmware
    • 3.2.8. EMC Enterprise Desktop Solutions
    • 3.2.9. EMC / VMWare
  • 3.3. Red Hat
    • 3.3.1. Red Hat- / Open Virtualization Alliance (OVA) Corsortium Campaigning For Open Source Alternatives To The Vmware Hypervisor
    • 3.3.2. Red Hat Xen Virtualization
    • 3.3.3. Red Hat Conga Cluster Management Capability
    • 3.3.4. Red Hat Virtualization Cloud Strategy
  • 3.4. Microsoft
    • 3.4.1. Microsoft Cloud Computing
    • 3.4.2. Microsoft ERP in the Azure Cloud
    • 3.4.3. Microsoft Dynamics ERP Applications Move To Azure Cloud Platform 45
    • 3.4.4. Microsoft Hypervisor
    • 3.4.5. Microsoft Private Cloud
    • 3.4.6. Microsoft Office 365 Cloud Productivity Tools, Collaboration And Communication Benefits
    • 3.4.7. Microsoft Office Virtualization
    • 3.4.8. Managing Virtual Resources in Microsoft Hyper-V Cloud
    • 3.4.9. MS Office (Word/Excel/PowerPoint
    • 3.4.10. Microsoft Office 365 - cloud
    • 3.4.11. Windows Azure Supports A Range Of Programming Standards
  • 3.5. Citrix XenServer
    • 3.5.1. Microsoft and Citrix
    • 3.5.2. Citrix XenApp
    • 3.5.3. Citrix XenApp Application Virtualization And Session Virtualization
    • 3.5.4. Citrix XenApp On-Demand Application Delivery Solution
  • 3.6. Oracle Virtualization
    • 3.6.1. Oracle VM: Application-Driven Virtualization
    • 3.6.2. Oracle VM
    • 3.6.3. Oracle VM for x86
    • 3.6.4. Oracle Solaris Containers
  • 3.7. Brocade Supports Virtualized Environments
    • 3.7.1. Brocade Data Center Cloud Virtualization Fabric
    • 3.7.2. Brocade End-To-End Server I/O Consolidation Solution
  • 3.8. Parallels
  • 3.9. Attachmate / Novell
    • 3.9.1. Novell and Microsoft Working Together
    • 3.9.2. Novell Deploys Comprehensive, Enterprise- Ready Enterprise Application Platform
    • 3.9.3. Novell Accelerates Development And Interoperability
  • 3.10. Eucalyptus Systems Cloud Strategy
  • 3.11. Edge Routers And Switches for Cloud Computing
    • 3.11.1. Network Support for Cloud Computing Virtualization
    • 3.11.2. Cisco
    • 3.11.3. Cisco Collaboration Environments
    • 3.11.4. Cisco
  • 3.12. Juniper Data Center Cloud Virtualization Fabric
    • 3.12.1. Juniper

4. Cloud Computing Middleware Technology

  • 4.1. Cloud Technology and Network
  • 4.2. Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Readiness Assessment
  • 4.3. Asynchronous And Synchronous Messaging
    • 4.3.1. Synchronous Calls
    • 4.3.2. Asynchronous Calls
  • 4.4. Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) Technology
  • 4.5. Web Service
    • 4.5.1. Web Services Software Components
    • 4.5.2. Installing the PHP Web Services Extensions
    • 4.5.3. Creating a SOAP Web Service
    • 4.5.4. Creating a SOAP Server
    • 4.5.5. Creating an XML-RPC Web Service
    • 4.5.6. IBM Rational Tester for SOA Quality
    • 4.5.7. IBM Rational Quality Manager
    • 4.5.8. IBM Rational Policy Tester
    • 4.5.9. IBM WebSphere® Datapower SOA Appliance
    • 4.5.10. IBM Rational Appscan®
  • 4.6. War Room SOA Diagnostics and Root-Cause Transaction Tracking Analysis
    • 4.6.1. Composite Application Managers for SOA
    • 4.6.2. SOA Metadata Federation
    • 4.6.3. Synchronizing Policy
    • 4.6.4. Service Metadata
    • 4.6.5. SOA Validation System
  • 4.7. SOA Exception Management
    • 4.7.1. AmberPoint Exception Manager
  • 4.8. Translation Software and Data Mapping
  • 4.9. SOA Infrastructure Technology
    • 4.9.1. Building a Robust Data Integration Layer
    • 4.9.2. Microsoft Internet Explorer RSS Functionality
    • 4.9.3. SOA Data Integration Layer Supports Developer Access To Metadata To Build Services
  • 4.10. State Machine
    • 4.10.1. SOA Network Strategy
    • 4.10.2. SOA Representational State Transfer Is A Mode Of Communication Accessible To Programs And Humans
  • 4.11. XDMS Technology
    • 4.11.1. Web Services and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Tier Architecture
    • 4.11.2. TigerLogic FastSOA Architecture
    • 4.11.3. Registry SOA engine
  • 4.12. SOA Dynamic Architecture
    • 4.12.1. Google Search Engine Dynamic Architecture
    • 4.12.2. BigFiles
    • 4.12.3. Repository
    • 4.12.4. Microsoft .Net Defines Reusable Modules Dynamically
    • 4.12.5. Microsoft Combines Managed Modules into Assemblies
    • 4.12.6. Microsoft Architecture Dynamic Modular Processing
    • 4.12.7. IBM SOA Architecture is Dynamic for the Transport Layer
  • 4.13. Business Benefits of Service-Oriented Architecture
    • 4.13.1. SOA Technology Issues
    • 4.13.2. Technology Platforms
    • 4.13.3. Existing Enterprise Asset Automated Virtualization
    • 4.13.4. Complexity Of The Underlying IT Technologies
    • 4.13.5. Impact of Platforms
    • 4.13.6. Platforms and Disparate Technologies
  • 4.14. Services Oriented Applications (SOA) Services
    • 4.14.1. Application Integration Professional Services Implementation Strategies
    • 4.14.2. Application Connectivity
    • 4.14.3. Single Vendor Issues
    • 4.14.4. Standards Adoption
    • 4.14.5. SOA Technology Analysis
  • 4.15. SOA Business Benefits
  • 4.16. Business Events
    • 4.16.1. Event Transmission
    • 4.16.2. Business Process Automation
  • 4.17. Process Oriented Architecture
    • 4.17.1. Business Process Automation
    • 4.17.2. Business Process Management Modular Architecture
    • 4.17.3. Business Components
  • 4.18. Advanced E-Business Infrastructure
    • 4.18.1. Application Integration Technical Advantages
    • 4.18.2. Integration System Architecture
  • 4.19. Development Toolset
    • 4.19.1. Infrastructure And System Management
  • 4.20. Web Services
    • 4.20.1. Promise Of Web Services
    • 4.20.2. Java
    • 4.20.3. Java Technology
    • 4.20.4. J2EE
    • 4.20.5. Soap
    • 4.20.6. Apache Soap
    • 4.20.7. Load Balancer With SSL Support
    • 4.20.8. Points Of Failure
    • 4.20.9. Soap Limitations
    • 4.20.10. WSDL
    • 4.20.11. WSDL Service Descriptions
    • 4.20.12. UDDI
    • 4.20.13. UDDI Test Registries
    • 4.20.14. UDDI Distributed Web Service Discovery
    • 4.20.15. UDDI Consortium
    • 4.20.16. WS-Inspection Document Extensibility
    • 4.20.17. XML
    • 4.20.18. Metadata Repository
    • 4.20.19. Metadata Describes Location, Format, Relationships, Transformation, Rules, Cross-Reference
    • 4.20.20. Metadata Drives Creation Of Data Integration Services
    • 4.20.21. Wrappering
  • 4.21. Service Level Challenges
    • 4.21.1. Quality Of Service (QoS) Functions
    • 4.21.2. Network Efficiency
  • 4.22. Business Need
    • 4.22.1. Business Process Management Packaged Solutions for Rapid Deployment
    • 4.22.2. Quality Of Service Control
    • 4.22.3. XML Standards
  • 4.23. Oasis
  • 4.24. Services Oriented Architecture (SOA)
    • 4.24.1. IBM Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
    • 4.24.2. SOA Business Challenge IT Imperative
    • 4.24.3. Services Oriented Architecture And Relevant Standards
    • 4.24.4. XML Family Of Standards
    • 4.24.5. Integration Engines Leverage XML Processing
    • 4.24.6. XML Standards
    • 4.24.7. XML Role In Application Topology
    • 4.24.8. XML Meets The Integration Challenge
    • 4.24.9. XML Standard Communication Language
    • 4.24.10. Web Services Protocols
    • 4.24.11. Web Services Input And Output Formats
    • 4.24.12. Web Services Coupling Versus Cohesion
    • 4.24.13. Web Services Coupling
    • 4.24.14. Web Services Cohesion
  • 4.25. Open Systems
  • 4.26. Java
    • 4.26.1. AI Vendor Commitment To Java
    • 4.26.2. Advantages Of Java In Context Of Application Integration
  • 4.27. WS-Transaction and BPEL4WS Specifications
    • 4.27.1. WS-Reliable Messaging
    • 4.27.2. WS-Addressing
    • 4.27.3. Architecture for Reliable Messaging Delivery
  • 4.28. Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration (UDDI)
  • 4.29. UDDI Registry
    • 4.29.1. UDDI Test Registries
    • 4.29.2. UDDI Distributed Web Service Discovery
    • 4.29.3. UDDI Consortium
    • 4.29.4. SOAP
    • 4.29.5. SOAP Framework
    • 4.29.6. SOAP Framework For Developing Web Services
    • 4.29.7. Apache SOAP
    • 4.29.8. Load balancer with SSL support
    • 4.29.9. Points Of Failure
    • 4.29.10. SOAP Limitations
    • 4.29.11. SOAP Protocol Uses Multi-Step Process
    • 4.29.12. Framework Benefits
    • 4.29.13. SOAP Test Strategies
    • 4.29.14. SOAP Solutions
  • 4.30. WSDL
    • 4.30.1. WSDL Service Descriptions
    • 4.30.2. WS-Inspection Document Extensibility
  • 4.31. OASIS
  • 4.32. IP Addressing And Directory Management
    • 4.32.1. Web Services Security Specification
    • 4.32.2. Components for Secure Web Services
  • 4.33. Web Services Technology
    • 4.33.1. Java Application Server
    • 4.33.2. Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs)
    • 4.33.3. Autonomic Computing Technologies
    • 4.33.4. Grid Protocol Topology
    • 4.33.5. Open Grid Services Architecture (OGSA)
    • 4.33.6. Eclipse Open-Source Tools Framework
    • 4.33.7. Difficulties of Corba
    • 4.33.8. Distributed Object Computing Model
    • 4.33.9. Asynchronous Communications
  • 4.34. Stateless Session Bean
  • 4.35. Cluster
  • 4.36. Location Transparency
  • 4.37. Smart Proxy
  • 4.38. Load Balancing
  • 4.39. Process-Entity Design Pattern
  • 4.40. Command Objects / Control Flow
  • 4.41. Authorization Checks
  • 4.42. Delegation
  • 4.43. Collaborative Filtering
  • 4.44. Site Analysis
  • 4.45. Portals
    • 4.45.1. Real-Time Processing

5. Cloud Computing Company Profiles

  • 5.1. Adobe Systems
    • 5.1.1. Adobe Targets Businesses And Organizations
    • 5.1.2. Adobe Revenue
    • 5.1.3. Adobe Systems Revenue:
    • 5.1.4. Adobe Systems Software Tools
    • 5.1.5. Adobe Systems Creative Solutions Business Summary
    • 5.1.6. Adobe Knowledge Worker Market Opportunity
    • 5.1.7. Adobe Systems Knowledge Worker Products
    • 5.1.8. Adobe Systems Enterprise Opportunity
    • 5.1.9. Adobe Systems Enterprise Business Summary
    • 5.1.10. Adobe Systems Enterprise Strategy
    • 5.1.11. Adobe Systems Process Management
    • 5.1.12. Adobe Systems Content Services
    • 5.1.13. Adobe Systems Knowledge Worker and Enterprise Related Products
  • 5.2. Akamai
    • 5.2.1. Akamai Characterized By Innovation
    • 5.2.2. Akamai Positioning
    • 5.2.3. Akamai Core Solutions
    • 5.2.4. Akamai Acquires Velocitude
    • 5.2.5. Akamai Application Performance Solutions
    • 5.2.6. Akamai Electronic Software Delivery
    • 5.2.7. Akamai Dynamic Site Solutions
    • 5.2.8. Akamai Advertising Decision Solutions (ADS)
    • 5.2.9. Akamai Security and Protection Solutions
    • 5.2.10. Akamai Site Intelligence Offerings
    • 5.2.11. Akamai Custom Solutions
    • 5.2.12. Akamai Customer Base
    • 5.2.13. Akamai Revenue
  • 5.3. Amazon
    • 5.3.1. Amazon (Nasdaq: AMZN) Launched As An Online Book Store
    • 5.3.2. Amazon Consumers
    • 5.3.3. Amazon Sellers
    • 5.3.4. Amazon Developers
    • 5.3.5. Amazon Net Sales
    • 5.3.6. Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2)
    • 5.3.7. Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2)
  • 5.4. AppScale
    • 5.4.1. AppScale
  • 5.5. AppDynamics
    • 5.5.1. AppDynamics Customers
  • 5.6. Appistry
  • 5.7. Apprenda
  • 5.8. Ariba
    • 5.8.1. Ariba Spend Management
    • 5.8.2. Ariba 2010 Revenue
    • 5.8.3. Ariba Customers
  • 5.9. Arjuna
  • 5.10. AT&T
    • 5.10.1. AT&T Web Hosting
    • 5.10.2. AT&T Web AdvantageSM
    • 5.10.3. AT&T Integrated Global Enterprise Management System (iGEMS),
    • 5.10.4. AT&T Hosting for 12 Years
  • 5.11. Attachmate Group
    • 5.11.1. Attachmate Stays Ahead of Change
    • 5.11.2. Attachmate Group Acquisition of Novel
    • 5.11.3. About The Attachmate Group
    • 5.11.1. Novell Interoperable Linux Cloud Platforms
    • 5.11.2. Novell Revenue
    • 5.11.3. Novell Positions to Address Intelligent Workload Management Market
  • 5.12. Axios
  • 5.13. BMC
    • 5.13.1. Business runs on IT. IT runs on BMC Software
    • 5.13.2. BMC Revenue
    • 5.13.3. BMC Industry Partnerships
    • 5.13.4. BMC Partnering With Salesforce.com
    • 5.13.5. BMC Customer Profile
    • 5.13.6. BMC Software Revenue
    • 5.13.7. BMC Strategy
    • 5.13.8. BMC Atrium
    • 5.13.9. BMC Compliance Positioning
    • 5.13.10. BMC Solutions and Products
    • 5.13.11. BMC Service Assurance
    • 5.13.12. BMC Service Automation
    • 5.13.13. BMC Software (NASDAQ:BMC)
    • 5.13.14. BMC Strategy
    • 5.13.15. BMC BSM Platform
    • 5.13.16. BMC Solutions Software Business Segments
    • 5.13.17. BMC Software Acquires MQSoftware
    • 5.13.18. BMC Software Partners
    • 5.13.19. BMC Strategic Alliances
    • 5.13.20. BMC Technology Alliance Partners
    • 5.13.21. BMC Cloud Computing
    • 5.13.22. BMC Teamed With Amazon Web Services
    • 5.13.23. BMC Salesforce.com Partnership
    • 5.13.24. Cisco, BMC Forge Cloud Infrastructure Partnership
    • 5.13.25. BMC Software Fiscal 2011 Third Quarter Revenue
    • 5.13.26. BMC Software Revenue:
    • 5.13.27. BMC Cloud Positioning
  • 5.14. Benguela / Nimbula
  • 5.15. Brocade
    • 5.15.1. Brocade Cloud Computing
    • 5.15.2. Brocade APIs Allow Integration Of The Management Of Network Elements
    • 5.15.3. IT Loads With More Applications Per Compute Node, Increase I/O Requirements
    • 5.15.4. Brocade Supports Virtualized Environments
    • 5.15.5. Key Business Benefits Brocade Brings To The Market
  • 5.16. CA / 3Tera
    • 5.16.1. CA Acquires 3Tera Cloud Computing Solution Provider
    • 5.16.2. CA Rapid, Simplified Cloud Enablement
    • 5.16.3. CA Integration with Virtual and Physical Management Technologies
    • 5.16.4. CA Revenue
    • 5.16.5. CA (CA: New York Stock Exchange)
    • 5.16.6. CA Fiscal 2010 Business Developments and Highlights
    • 5.16.7. CA Acquisitions
    • 5.16.8. CA Business Strategy
    • 5.16.9. CA Mainframe Products
    • 5.16.10. CA Secure
    • 5.16.11. CA Enables the Adoption of New Technologies
    • 5.16.12. CA Cloud Computing
    • 5.16.13. CA SaaS Offerings Appeal To Emerging Enterprises
    • 5.16.14. CA Strategic Positioning For Growth
    • 5.16.15. Analysis Of CA Strategy
    • 5.16.16. CA Revenue
    • 5.16.17. CA QUARTERLY UPDATE
    • 5.16.18. CA Performance Indicators
    • 5.16.19. CA Subscription and Maintenance Revenue
  • 5.17. Cassiopeia Internet / Constellate
  • 5.18. CDC Software
    • 5.18.1. CDC Global Services
    • 5.18.2. CDC Online Games
    • 5.18.3. CDC Internet Media
    • 5.18.4. CDC Software Enterprise Software Solutions
    • 5.18.5. CDC Revenue:
    • 5.18.6. CDC SaaS Strategy
    • 5.18.7. CDC Acquisitions
    • 5.18.8. CDC Software' s Mergers And Acquisitions
    • 5.18.9. CDC Integrate
  • 5.19. Cisco
    • 5.19.1. Cisco Revenue
  • 5.20. Consona
  • 5.21. CrownePeak
  • 5.22. Citrix
    • 5.22.1. Citrix Second Quarter 2011 Financial Results
    • 5.22.2. Citrix Cloud.com Acquisition
    • 5.22.3. Citrix Product Revenue
  • 5.23. Cloud9 Analytics
  • 5.24. Cloudant
  • 5.25. Cloudshare
  • 5.26. Cloudswitch
  • 5.27. Cloudworks
  • 5.28. CohesiveFT
  • 5.29. Cordus
  • 5.30. Cumulux
  • 5.31. Dell
    • 5.31.1. Dell Gets IT Projects Up and Running Quickly
    • 5.31.2. Dell Boomi
    • 5.31.3. Dell Boomi
  • 5.32. Descartes
    • 5.32.1. Descartes LogiMan&trade
    • 5.32.2. Descartes CargoAssist
  • 5.33. ElasticHosts
  • 5.34. Elastra
  • 5.35. EMC
    • 5.35.1. EMC Velocity2 Atmos Partner Program
    • 5.35.2. EMC / Vmware
    • 5.35.3. EMC Virtual Storage
    • 5.35.4. EMC Supports Information Technology (IT)
    • 5.35.5. EMC Revenue
    • 5.35.6. RSA Information Security
    • 5.35.7. EMC Consolidated Revenues By Geography:
    • 5.35.8. Information Storage Segment
    • 5.35.9. EMC Symmetrix Systems
    • 5.35.10. EMC CLARiiON Systems
    • 5.35.11. EMC Celerra IP Storage Systems
    • 5.35.12. EMC Centera Content Addressed Storage Systems
    • 5.35.13. EMC Connectrix Directors and Switches
    • 5.35.14. EMC Consumer and Small Business Products Division
    • 5.35.15. EMC /Decho Corporation
    • 5.35.16. EMC Content Management and Archiving Segment
    • 5.35.17. EMC RSA Information Security Segment
    • 5.35.18. EMC Global Services
    • 5.35.19. EMC Vmware Virtual Infrastructure Segment
    • 5.35.20. EMC (NYSE: EMC)
    • 5.35.21. EMC (NYSE: EMC) / Vmware (VMW)
    • 5.35.22. EMC Information Infrastructure Products and Offerings
    • 5.35.23. EMC Information Storage Segment
    • 5.35.24. EMC Acquisitions
    • 5.35.25. EMC Big Data
    • 5.35.26. EMC Global Services
    • 5.35.27. EMC RSA Information Security Segment
    • 5.35.28. EMC Information Intelligence Group Segment
    • 5.35.29. Vmware Virtual and Cloud Infrastructure Products
    • 5.35.30. EMC Strategic Positioning
    • 5.35.31. EMC Technology Alliances
    • 5.35.32. Cisco and EMC
    • 5.35.33. EMC Vmware Partnership
    • 5.35.34. EMC Competition
    • 5.35.35. EMC Sustainability
    • 5.35.36. EMC Five Year Revenue
    • 5.35.37. EMC Consolidated Revenues By Geography:
    • 5.35.38. EMC Corporation
    • 5.35.39. EMC Distribution Channels
    • 5.35.40. EMC Technology Alliances
  • 5.36. Enki
  • 5.37. Enomaly
  • 5.38. Eucalyptus
  • 5.39. FaceBook
    • 5.39.1. Facebook Technology
    • 5.39.2. Facebook Platform
    • 5.39.3. Facebook Funding
  • 5.40. FedEx
    • 5.40.1. FedEx Revenue
  • 5.41. Flexiant (Privately Held)
  • 5.42. Flexiant (Privately Held)
  • 5.43. FrontRange Solutions
  • 5.44. Fortress ITX
  • 5.45. Fujitsu
    • 5.45.1. Fujitsu OSS/NOS
    • 5.45.2. Fujitsu SOA
    • 5.45.3. Fujitsu CentraSite SOA Governance
  • 5.46. GigaSpaces (Private Company)
  • 5.47. GoGrid (Private Company)
    • 5.47.1. GoGrid and Ubuntu
  • 5.48. Google
    • 5.48.1. Google Apps for Messaging
    • 5.48.2. Google / YouTube
  • 5.49. GridCentric Platforms Virtualize Individual Computers
  • 5.50. Grid Dynamics
  • 5.51. Hewlett Packard (HP)
    • 5.51.1. HP Cloud Assure Services
    • 5.51.2. HP Cloud Assure Types Of Cloud Service Environments Supported
    • 5.51.3. Hewlett-Packard Revenue
    • 5.51.4. HP Enterprise Storage and Servers Revenue
    • 5.51.5. HP Software Revenue
    • 5.51.6. Hewlett Packard (HP) Focuses On Simplifying Technology
    • 5.51.7. Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA
    • 5.51.8. Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA Solutions
    • 5.51.9. Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA Systinet Governance
    • 5.51.10. HP Products and Services Segments
    • 5.51.11. Hewlett-Packard Technology Solutions Group
    • 5.51.12. Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Storage and Servers
    • 5.51.13. Hewlett-Packard Industry Standard Servers
    • 5.51.14. Hewlett-Packard Business Critical Systems Hewlett Packard Halo Telepresence Customers
    • 5.51.15. Hewlett Packard Computer Industry Market Participant
    • 5.51.16. Hewlett Packard Global Provider Of Products
    • 5.51.17. HP Products and Services: Segment Information
    • 5.51.18. Hewlett Packard Technology Solutions Group
    • 5.51.19. Hewlett Packard Enterprise Storage and Servers
    • 5.51.20. HP and Tower Software
    • 5.51.21. Hewlett Packard Tower Software TRIM Context
  • 5.52. IBM
    • 5.52.1. IBM WebSphere
    • 5.52.2. IBM Business Partnering Strategy
    • 5.52.3. IBM Strategic Priorities
    • 5.52.4. IBM BPM Powered By Smart SOA
    • 5.52.5. IBM Delivers Integration and Innovation to Clients
    • 5.52.6. IBM Business Model
    • 5.52.7. IBM Unified Communications In The Cloud Architecture
    • 5.52.8. IBM LotusLive Cloud-Based Portfolio Of Social Networking And Collaboration Services
    • 5.52.9. IBM Revenue
    • 5.52.10. IBM Software Capabilities
    • 5.52.11. IBM Systems and Technology Capabilities
    • 5.52.12. IBM Worldwide Organizations
    • 5.52.13. IBM Integrated Supply Chain
    • 5.52.14. IBM Security
    • 5.52.15. IBM Cloud Computing
    • 5.52.16. IBM Business Model
    • 5.52.17. IBM Business Segments And Capabilities
    • 5.52.18. IBM GTS Strategic Outsourcing Services Capabilities
    • 5.52.19. IBM Global Process Services.
    • 5.52.20. IBM Integrated Technology Services.
    • 5.52.21. IBM GTS Services Delivery
    • 5.52.22. IBM Application Management Service
    • 5.52.23. IBM Software Capabilities
    • 5.52.24. IBM Systems and Technology
    • 5.52.25. IBM Global Financing
    • 5.52.26. IBM Premier Globally Integrated Enterprise
    • 5.52.27. IBM Integrated Supply Chain
    • 5.52.28. IBM Software Competition
    • 5.52.29. IBM 2010 Revenue
    • 5.52.30. IBM LotusLive Cloud-Based Social Networking And Collaboration
  • 5.53. Information Builders
    • 5.53.1. Information Builders / iWay Software
    • 5.53.2. iWay Software
  • 5.54. Inteq
  • 5.55. Joyent
    • 5.55.1. Joyent Positioning
    • 5.55.2. Joyent Customers
    • 5.55.3. Joyent Layers Of The Cloud Stack - IaaS, PaaS, SaaS
  • 5.56. Juniper
    • 5.56.1. Juniper Networks Delivers Security at Massive Scale for Cloud Services, Mega Data Centers
  • 5.57. Ketera
  • 5.58. Keynote Systems (Nasdaq:KEYN)
  • 5.59. Layered Technologies
    • 5.59.1. Layered Tech Solutions / Burstorm Focuses On Helping Businesses
  • 5.60. LinkedIn
  • 5.61. Lockheed Martin
    • 5.61.1. Lockheed Martin Defense Department Positioning
  • 5.62. Longjump
  • 5.63. Magic Software
  • 5.64. Microsoft Dynamics GP
    • 5.64.1. Microsoft Dynamics GP
    • 5.64.2. Microsoft Dynamics GP Financial Accounting And Business Management Solution
    • 5.64.3. Microsoft Corporation
    • 5.64.4. Microsoft Azure Services Platform
    • 5.64.5. Microsoft Windows Azure
    • 5.64.6. Microsoft Live Services
    • 5.64.7. Microsoft SQL Services
    • 5.64.8. Microsoft .NET Services
    • 5.64.9. Microsoft- SharePoint® Services & Dynamics® CRM Services
    • 5.64.10. Micros-ft Revenue
    • 5.64.11. Micro5-soft Second-Quarter Revenue For The Quarter Ended Dec. 31, 2010
    • 5.64.12. Microsoft Segment Revenue
    • 5.64.13. Microsoft Competition
    • 5.64.14. Microsoft Security Vulnerabilities
    • 5.64.15. Microsoft Client Segment
    • 5.64.16. Microsoft Segments
    • 5.64.17. Open Text Livelink ECM Integration Microsoft Office SharePoint Server
    • 5.64.18. Microsoft Multinational Computer Technology
    • 5.64.19. Selected Microsoft Partners
    • 5.64.20. Microsoft Financials 2008
    • 5.64.21. Microsoft Software Products
  • 5.65. Nephosity
  • 5.66. NetApp
  • 5.67. NetSuite
    • 5.67.1. NetSuite Revenue
    • 5.67.2. NetSuite NetLedger
    • 5.67.3. NetSuite Strategy
    • 5.67.4. NetSuite Subscription Agreements
    • 5.67.5. NetSuite Geographic Revenue
    • 5.67.6. NetSuite Revenue
    • 5.67.7. NetSuite Overview
  • 5.68. Northrop Grumman
    • 5.68.1. Northrop Grumman Remotec Robots
  • 5.69. Omniture
  • 5.70. Oracle
    • 5.70.1. Oracle Revenues:
    • 5.70.2. Oracle Acquisitions / Sun, BEA, AmberPoint
    • 5.70.3. Oracle Fiscal 2011 Acquisitions Including Art Technology Group, Inc. (ATG),
    • 5.70.4. Oracle Fiscal 2010 Acquisitions
    • 5.70.5. Oracle Software Business
    • 5.70.6. Oracle SOA
    • 5.70.7. Oracle / Amberpoint
    • 5.70.8. Oracle SOA Suite
    • 5.70.9. Oracle Jdeveloper
    • 5.70.10. Oracle / Stellent
  • 5.71. Panda Security
  • 5.72. Parallels
  • 5.73. Progress Software
    • 5.73.1. Progress Software Products
    • 5.73.2. Progress® Orbix®
    • 5.73.3. Progress® ObjectStore®
    • 5.73.4. Enterprise Business Solutions business unit: Progress® Responsiveness Process Management
    • 5.73.5. Progress Control Tower™
    • 5.73.6. Progress® Sonic®
    • 5.73.7. Progress® Actional®
    • 5.73.8. Progress® Apama®
    • 5.73.9. Progress® Savvion®
    • 5.73.10. Progress Software Fuse®
    • 5.73.11. Enterprise Data Solutions business unit: Progress® DataDirect Connect®
    • 5.73.12. Progress® DataDirect® Shadow®
    • 5.73.13. Progress® Data Services
    • 5.73.14. Progress Software Segments
    • 5.73.15. Progress Software 2011 Fiscal First Quarter Revenue
    • 5.73.16. Progress Software Revenue:
    • 5.73.17. Progress Software Customers
    • 5.73.18. Progress Software Positioning
    • 5.73.19. Progress Software Regional Market Participation
    • 5.73.20. Progress Software / Savvion Acquisition
  • 5.74. Quark
    • 5.74.1. Quark Revolutionizing Publishing. Again.™
  • 5.75. Rackspace
  • 5.76. RackSpace
  • 5.77. RedHat
    • 5.77.1. Red Hat Acquires Gluster
    • 5.77.2. Red Hat (Nyse: RHT)
    • 5.77.3. Red Hat Customers
    • 5.77.4. Red Hat Key Partners:
    • 5.77.5. Red Hat Industries Targeted
    • 5.77.6. Red Hat Revenue:
  • 5.78. RightNow Technologies
    • 5.78.1. RightNow CX
    • 5.78.2. RightNow Technologies Revenue
  • 5.79. Rightscale
    • 5.79.1. RightScale Perspective On Cloud Usage
  • 5.80. Sage Figures CRM into its Equation
    • 5.80.1. Interact SalesLogix
  • 5.81. Salesforce.com
    • 5.81.1. Salesforce.com Fourth Quarter and Full Year Revenue
    • 5.81.2. salesforce.com Customers:
  • 5.82. SAP Frankfurt Stock Exchange (NYSE:SAP)
    • 5.82.1. SAP Strategy For Growth
    • 5.82.2. SAP Strategy
    • 5.82.3. SAP Service-Oriented Architecture SOA
    • 5.82.4. SAP Netweaver
    • 5.82.5. SAP Industries Served
    • 5.82.6. SAP Revenue
    • 5.82.7. SAP Major Customer Wins
  • 5.83. Savvis
    • 5.83.1. Savvis Cloud Services
    • 5.83.2. Savvis Managed Security Services
    • 5.83.3. Savvis Dedicated Hosting
    • 5.83.4. Savvis Strategy
    • 5.83.5. Savvis Revenue
  • 5.84. Service-now.com
  • 5.85. Software AG
    • 5.85.1. Software AG Revenues
    • 5.85.2. Software AG Key Revenue Figures
    • 5.85.3. Software AG Enterprise Transaction Systems (ETS)
    • 5.85.4. Software AG Enterprise Transaction Systems (ETS)
    • 5.85.5. Software AG (Frankfurt TecDAX: SOW) Business Process Excellence
    • 5.85.6. Software AG (Frankfurt TecDAX: SOW) IDS Scheer Consulting
    • 5.85.7. Software AG (Frankfurt TecDAX: SOW) Industry
    • 5.85.8. Software AG (Frankfurt TecDAX: SOW) Products
    • 5.85.9. Software AG (Frankfurt TecDAX: SOW) Services
    • 5.85.10. Software AG Customers
  • 5.86. SugarCRM
  • 5.87. SumTotal
  • 5.88. Symantec
    • 5.88.1. Symantec Hosted Services Lower Costs And Simplify IT
    • 5.88.2. Symantec Strategy
    • 5.88.3. Symantec Strategy
    • 5.88.4. Symantec Has Seen A Continued Rise In The Volume Of Security Threats
    • 5.88.5. Symantec Storage
    • 5.88.6. Symantec Actions To Support Business:
    • 5.88.7. Symantec Storage and Server Management
    • 5.88.8. Symantec Solutions For Cloud Computing
  • 5.89. Tenzing Cloud Computing Services
  • 5.90. Terremark
  • 5.91. Tibco
    • 5.91.1. Tibco SOA
    • 5.91.2. Tibco Business Optimization
    • 5.91.3. Tibco BPM
    • 5.91.4. Tibco Professional Services
    • 5.91.5. Tibco Competition
    • 5.91.6. Tibco Professional Services
    • 5.91.7. Tibco Software Revenue
  • 5.92. Twillo Cloud Communications
  • 5.93. Twitter
    • 5.93.1. Twitter for Businesses
    • 5.93.2. Twitter Evolution of Messaging
    • 5.93.3. Twitter Ecosystem
  • 5.94. Unisys
    • 5.94.1. Unisys Corporation and CA Technologies Joint Venture
  • 5.95. Verizon
    • 5.95.1. Verizon Business Strategy
    • 5.95.2. Verizon CDMA vs, GSM
    • 5.95.3. Verizon LTE Fourth Generation (4G) Wireless Broadband Network
    • 5.95.4. nPhase, Which Verizon Owns Equally With Qualcomm Incorporated (Qualcomm).
    • 5.95.5. Verizon Competition from Cable
    • 5.95.6. Verizon Business Strategy
    • 5.95.7. Verizon Technologies
  • 5.96. Vmware
    • 5.96.1. Vmware 2010 revenues
    • 5.96.2. Vmware Second Quarter 2011 Results
    • 5.96.3. Vmware vFabric
    • 5.96.4. Vmware Collaboration With HP On Turnkey Solutions
  • 5.97. Workday
    • 5.97.1. Workday Customers
    • 5.97.2. Workday Customers
  • 5.98. Xerox
    • 5.98.1. Xerox Leader In Managed Print Services
    • 5.98.2. Xerox Digital Printing
    • 5.98.3. Xerox acquired Affiliated Computer Services, Inc. ACS
    • 5.98.4. Xerox Revenues
  • 5.99. Yahoo
    • 5.99.1. Yahoo! Development Organization Contains a Cloud Computing group
    • 5.99.2. Yahoo Revenues
  • 5.100. Zettar

List of Tables and Figures

Cloud Computing Virtualization Software Executive Summary

  • Table ES-1: Cloud Computing Virtualization Market Imperatives
  • Table ES-2: Cloud Computing Virtualization Market Driving Forces
  • Figure ES-3: Virtualization Software Market Shares, Dollars, First Three Quarters 2011
  • Figure ES-4: Virtualization Software Markets Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017
  • Table 1-1: IBM z/VM Linux Virtual Machines Advantages
  • Figure 1-2: Cloud Computing Hole of the Internet
  • Table 1-2: Harnessing Collective Intelligence
  • Table 1-3: Web 2.0 Next Generation Applications Providers
  • Table 1-4: Web Social Networking Space Characteristics
  • Table 1-5: Web 2.0 Next Generation Applications
  • Table 1-6: Cloud Computing Next Generation Functions
  • Table 1-7: Mashup Market Opportunity
  • Table 1-8: Web 2.0 Internet Examples
  • Table 1-8 (Continued): Web 2.0 Internet Examples
  • Table 1-9: SaaS / On-Demand Functions:
  • Figure 1-10: Cloud Computing Forces Changes in IT
  • Table 1-11: Cloud Computing Delivery Model Benefits
  • Figure 1-12: Cloud Services

Cloud Computing Virtualization Software Market Shares and Market Forecasts

  • Table 2-1: Cloud Computing Virtualization Market Imperatives
  • Table 2-2: Cloud Computing Virtualization Market Driving Forces
  • Figure 2-3: Virtualization Software Market Shares, Dollars, First Three Quarters 2011
  • Table 2-4: Cloud Virtualization License and Services Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2010 and First Three Quarters 2011
  • Figure 2-5: Cloud Virtualization Software on Distributed and Blade Server Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, First Three Quarters 2011
  • Table 2-6: Cloud Virtualization Software, Enterprise Mainframe Class Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2010 and First Three Quarters 2011
  • Figure 2-7: Cloud Virtualization Software on Mainframe Class Enterprise Servers, Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, First Three Quarters 2011
  • Table 2-8: Cloud Virtualization Software, Enterprise Mainframe Class Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2010 and First Three Quarters 2011
  • Figure 2-9: IBM Virtualization Smarter Planet Solutions
  • Figure 2-10: IBM WebSphere on System z Manages Order to Customer Receipt
  • Figure 2-11: IBM WebSphere on System z Manages Complex Process
  • Figure 2-12: System z Cost Efficiencies from Virtualized Systems
  • Figure 2-13: Vmware ROI
  • Figure 2-14: Vmware Challenge Bridging
  • Table 2-15: VMWare Benefits
  • Figure 2-16: Vmware Adoption of Virtualization
  • Table 2-17: Companies World-Wide Use Microsoft Office in Microsoft and Non-Microsoft Virtualized Environments
  • Figure 2-18: Eucalyptus Analysis of Industry Virtualization Installed Base
  • Figure 2-19: Virtualization Software Markets Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017
  • Table 2-20: Virtualization Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017
  • Figure 2-21: Average Energy Consumption of a Server
  • Table 2-22: Google Energy Use By The Numbers
  • Figure 2-23: Total Private and Public Cloud Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2010-2016
  • Table 2-24: Competitive Factors In Cloud Computing Markets
  • Figure 2-25: Private and Public Cloud System Services and Infrastructure Segment Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2010-2016
  • Figure 2-26: Public and Private Cloud Infrastructure Market Segments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011
  • Figure 2-27: Public and Private Cloud Infrastructure Market Segments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016
  • Table 2-28: Competitive Forces In Cloud Computing Markets
  • Table 2-29: HP Server Virtualization with Vmware Positioning
  • Table 2-30: HP Server Virtualization VMWare Solution Functions
  • Table 2-31: Vmware Benefits
  • Figure 2-32: Private Cloud Cost Comparison
  • Table 2-33: Cloud Virtualized Systems Capabilities
  • Figure 2-34: Oracle Virtualization Prices
  • Figure 2-35: Private Cloud Comparison of Microsoft and Vmware Pricing and Application Density
  • Figure 2-36: IBM Building Cloud Systems Development
  • Figure 2-37: Virtualization Software Regional Market Segments, Shipments, First Three Quarters 2011
  • Table 2-38: Virtualization Software Regional Market Segments, Shipments, First Three Quarters 2011
  • Table 2-39: Vmware Virtualization Software Regional Market Segments, Shipments, First Three Quarters 2011
  • Figure 2-40: Vmware Balance of Revenue

Cloud Computing Virtualization Software Product Description

  • Table 3-1: Virtualization of Images, z/VM Software Benefits
  • Table 3-2: IBM z/VM Virtualization Software Benefits
  • Table 3-3: IBM zEnterprise and System z Over-Commitment Capabilities Virtualization Benefits
  • Figure 3-4: IBM Virtualization in the Cloud
  • Figure 3-5: IBM Cloud Workloads Tuned to the Task
  • Table 3-6: IBM zEnterprise System Components
  • Table 3-7: Vmware® vSphere Key Benefits
  • Figure 3-8: VMWare vSphere Key Virtualization Features and Components Infrastructure Services
  • Table 3-9: Vmware vSphere Enterprise Capabilities
  • Table 3-10: Vmware vSphere Enterprise Modules
  • Table 3-11: VMWare vSphere Benefits
  • Figure 3-12: Vmware vCenter Server Foundation for vSphere Modules
  • Table 3-13: Vmware vSphere Features
  • Table 3-14: Vmware Desktop Virtualization
  • Table 3-15: Vmware View Modernized Desktops Virtualization Benefits
  • Table 3-16: Vmware Virtualization Benefits
  • Table 3-17: Microsoft Cloud Computing Windows Azure:Functions
  • Table 3-18: Microsoft Virtualization Hyper-V R2 Benefits
  • Table 3-19: Microsoft Virtualization Hyper-V R2 Business Solutions
  • Table 3-20: Microsoft Private Cloud Functions
  • Table 3-21: Citrix XenServer Features
  • Table 3-22: Citrix XenApp On-Demand Application Delivery Solution Features
  • Table 3-23: Citrix XenApp On-Demand Application Virtualization Technology Functions
  • Table 3-24: Citrix XenApp Application Delivery Solution Benefits
  • Table 3-25: Oracle VM Features
  • Table 3-26: Brocade Data Center Fabric Key Aspects Of Holistic Virtualization
  • Table 3-27: Novell Virtualization Benefits
  • Table 3-28: Cisco Quad Solutions Functions
  • Table 3-29: Cisco Quad Server Functions
  • Table 3-29 (Continued): Cisco Quad Server Functions

Cloud Computing Virtualization Software Technology

  • Table 4-1: Web Service Components
  • Table 4-2: SOAP Functions
  • Table 4-3: WSDL elements
  • Table 4-4: IBM Rational SOA Quality Tester Functions
  • Table 4-5: IBM Rational SOA Performance And Scalability Quality Tester Functions
  • Table 4-6: IBM Rational SOA Life CycleTester Functions
  • Table 4-6 (Continued): IBM Rational SOA Life CycleTester Functions
  • Table 4-7: SOA Composite Application Manager Functions
  • Table 4-8: SOA Composite Application Manager Comprehensive Indexing And Search Functions
  • Table 4-9: SOA Composite Application Manager Comprehensive Real-time, Proactive Control over Logging Functions
  • Table 4-10: SOA Validation Capabilities
  • Table 4-11: AmberPoint SOA Exception Management Functions
  • Table 4-12: AmberPoint SOA Exception Analysis and Prioritization
  • Table 4-13: AmberPoint SOA Handle Exceptions of Every Type
  • Table 4-14: AmberPoint SOA Multi-Mode Exception Response
  • Table 4-15: AmberPoint SOA BENEFITS
  • Table 4-16: Application Integrator Functions
  • Table 4-17: SOA Metadata Comprises Data Integration Layer
  • Table 4-18: SOA Metadata Data Integration Layer Functions
  • Table 4-18 (Continued): SOA Metadata Data Integration Layer Functions
  • Table 4-19: TigerLogic XDMS Architecture
  • Table 4-20: Web Services and SOA Tier Architecture
  • Figure 4-21: TigerLogic XDMS Multi-Schema Engine Architecture
  • Figure 4-22: TigerLogic XDMS -SOA Engine Architecture
  • Table 4-23: WebMethods SOA Registry Engine
  • Table 4-24: Google Dynamic Architecture
  • Figure 4-25: Microsoft .Net Dynamic Definition of Reusable Modules
  • Figure 4-26: Microsoft .NET Compiling Source Code into Managed Assemblies
  • Figure 4-27: Microsoft Architecture Dynamic Modular Processing
  • Table 4-28: Process Of SOA Implementation Depends On N-Dimensional Interaction Of Layers That Can Be Modeled by Business Analyst
  • Table 4-29: IBM SOA Business I Services Layers
  • Figure 4-30: IBM Smart SOA Continuum
  • Table 4-31: SOA Foundation Reference Architecture
  • Table 4-32: Type Of Event Information
  • Table 4-33: Event Management Definition
  • Table 4-34: Integration Services
  • Table 4-34 (Continued): Integration Services
  • Table 4-35: Business Components Chained Together To Comprise A Business Service
  • Table 4-36: Integration Services
  • Table 4-36 (Continued): Integration Services
  • Table 4-37: Design Concerns For Integration System Architecture
  • Table 4-38: Soap-Based Web Service Production Environment Testing
  • Table 4-39: Metadata Repository
  • Table 4-40: SOA Metadata Functions
  • Table 4-41: Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Functions
  • Table 4-41 (Continued): Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Functions
  • Table 4-42: Integration Engine XML Processing Functions That Drive Business Process Electronically End-To-End
  • Table 4-42 (Continued): Integration Engine XML Processing Functions That Drive Business Process Electronically End-To-End
  • Table 4-42 (Continued): Integration Engine XML Processing Functions That Drive Business Process Electronically End-To-End
  • Table 4-43: Web Services Input Formats
  • Table 4-44: Web Services Output Formats
  • Table 4-45: Web Services Protocols
  • Table 4-46: Companies Driving Web Services
  • Table 4-47: SOAP-Based Web Service Production Environment Testing
  • Table 4-48: Functions Of An IP Addressing Device
  • Table 4-49: Benefits Of an IP Addressing Device
  • Table 4-50: Application Server Underlying Infrastructure Services
  • Table 4-51: Major Types Of Enterprise Beans
  • Table 4-51 (Continued): Major Types Of Enterprise Beans
  • Table 4-52: Autonomic Features
  • Table 4-52 (Continued): Autonomic Features
  • Table 4-53: Autonomic Functions
  • Table 4-53 (Continued): Autonomic Functions
  • Table 4-54: Distributed Transaction Functions
  • Table 4-55: Portal Functions
  • Table 4-56: B2B Application Server Quantifiable Business Benefit
  • Table 4-57: Trading Exchange Positioning
  • Table 4-58: Integrated e-Market Benefits

Cloud Computing Virtualization Software Company Profiles

  • Table 5-1: Akamai Cloud Based Offerings
  • Table 5-2: Akamai Web-Based Systems
  • Table 5-3: Akamai Dynamic Site Solutions Advanced Site Delivery Service Features:
  • Table 5-4: Akamai Dynamic Site Solutions Advanced Site Delivery Service Functions:
  • Table 5-5: AppScale 1.3 Has Many Performance Aspects
  • Table 5-6: Ariba Spend Management Capabilities
  • Figure 5-7: Ariba Network
  • Table 5-8: AT&T Shared Hosting Functions
  • Table 5-9: AT&T is Virtual Dedicated Server Functions
  • Table 5-10: AT&T Managed Dedicated Server Functions
  • Table 5-11: BMC Software Business Service Management
  • Table 5-12: BMC IT Cloud Positioning
  • Table 5-13: BMC Industry Partnerships
  • Table 5-14: BMC Customer Profile
  • Table 5-15: BMC Portfolio Of Software Solutions
  • Table 5-16: BMC Target Management Solutions and Services Positioning
  • Table 5-17: BMC Solutions Platforms
  • Table 5-18: BMC Unified Platform For BSM
  • Figure 5-19: BMC Strategic Alliances
  • Table 5-20: BMC Technology Alliance Partner Program Benefits
  • Table 5-21: Cisco, BMC Alliance Key Aims
  • Table 5-22: Cisco, BMC Alliance Key Separate Offerings
  • Table 5-23: BMC Cloud Planning Offerings
  • Table 5-24: CA Strategic Positioning For Growth
  • Table 5-25: Analysis Of CA Strategy
  • Figure 5-26: CrownPeak Partners
  • Table 5-27: Dell' s Cloud Services Functions
  • Table 5-28: Dell' s Cloud Services Positioning
  • Table 5-28 (Continued): Dell' s Cloud Services Positioning
  • Table 5-29: Descartes Business Enablement Functions
  • Table 5-30: Descartes Global Logistics Network Principal Categorization Of Services
  • Table 5-31: EMC Storage Systems Environment Types
  • Table 5-32: ENKI Managed Cloud Computing Fully Managed Virtual Private Data Centers Positioning
  • Table 5-33: ENKI Virtual Servers
  • Table 5-34: ENKI Highly Available Cpanel For Hosting Providers
  • Table 5-35: Facebook Statistics
  • Table 5-36: Facebook User Statistics
  • Table 5-37: Facebook Platform Description
  • Table 5-38: Facebook Platform Metrics
  • Table 5-39: FedEx Express Segments
  • Table 5-40: Fujitsu CentraSite SOA Product Suite Features
  • Table 5-41: Fujitsu CentraSite SOA Management Information
  • Table 5-42: Google Apps Functions
  • Table 5-43: HP Cloud Assure Functions
  • Table 5-44: HP Cloud Assures Types Of Cloud Service Environments Supported
  • Table 5-45: HP SaaS portfolio partner Positioning:
  • Table 5-46: Hewlett Packard Product and Services Positioning
  • Table 5-47: Hewlett Packard Global Positioning
  • Table 5-48: Hewlett Packard Tower Software Global, Vertical Markets
  • Table 5-49: Hewlett Packard Tower Software Global, Reducing Risk During Litigation
  • Table 5-50: Hewlett Packard Tower Software Microsoft Office® Documents
  • Table 5-51: Hewlett Packard Tower TRIM Context Features Overview
  • Figure 5-52: IBM SMB Partner Go to Market Approach
  • Table 5-53: IBM Strategic Priorities
  • Table 5-54: iWay Software Integration Provider Solutions
  • Table 5-55: iWay Products
  • Table 5-55 (Continued): iWay Products
  • Table 5-56: iWay Solutions
  • Table 5-57: iWay Technology
  • Table 5-58: iWay Adapters for Partners
  • Table 5-59: iWay Customers
  • Table 5-59 (Continued): iWay Customers
  • Table 5-59 (Continued): iWay Customers
  • Table 5-59 (Continued): iWay Customers
  • Table 5-59 (Continued): iWay Customers
  • Table 5-59 (Continued): iWay Customers
  • Table 5-60: Joyent Cloud Virtual Servers
  • Table 5-61: Joyent Cloud Strategic Positioning
  • Table 5-61 (Continued): Joyent Cloud Strategic Positioning
  • Table 5-62: Joyent Product Areas
  • Table 5-63: Juniper Junos® Software Platform Functions
  • Table 5-64: Juniper Platform Functions
  • Table 5-65: Linked In Network Functions
  • Figure 5-66: Lockheed Martin F35B In-Flight STOVL Operations
  • Figure 5-67: Lockheed Martin Linking Legacy Radio Waveforms Into AMF JTRS
  • Figure 5-68: Lockheed Martin C-139 J Cargo Plane
  • Figure 5-69: Lockheed Martin Next Generation Identification Systems
  • Figure 5-70: Lockheed Martin Linking Legacy Radio Waveforms to AMF JTRS
  • Figure 5-71a: Microsoft VM Cloud Pricing Strategy
  • Table 5-71: Microsoft Dynamics GP Customer References
  • Table 5-71 (Continued): Microsoft Dynamics GP Customer References
  • Table 5-71 (Continued): Microsoft Dynamics GP Customer References
  • Table 5-71 (Continued): Microsoft Dynamics GP Customer References
  • Table 5-72: Functions in Microsoft Dynamics GP
  • Table 5-73: Capabilities in Microsoft Dynamics GP:
  • Table 5-74: Microsoft Response to Security Vulnerabilities
  • Table 5-75: NetSuite Strategic Positioning
  • Table 5-76: Oracle SOA Positioning
  • Table 5-77: Oracle' s Open, Integrated SOA Stack
  • Table 5-78: Oracle: Amberpoint SOA Advantages
  • Table 5-79: Oracle SOA Suite Features
  • Table 3-80: Oracle SOA Product Suite:
  • Table 5-81: Oracle / Stellent Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Software Solutions
  • Table 5-82: Progress Software Enterprise SOA Challenges
  • Table 5-83: Rackspace Cloud Computing Positioning
  • Table 5-84: Red Hat Customers
  • Table 5-85: Red Hat Partners
  • Table 5-86: Red Hat Jboss Operations Network Industries Targeted
  • Table 5-87: RightNow CX Cloud Platform ROI
  • Table 5-88: RightScale Cloud Computing
  • Table 5-88 (Continued) : RightScale Cloud Computing
  • Table 5-89: RightScale Perspective on Factors Driving Customers To The Cloud
  • Table 5-90: RightScale Cloud Adoption Customer Reservations
  • Table 5-91: RightScale Version Of What Customers Are Looking For In A Cloud Management Platform
  • Table 5-92: Salesforce.com Principal Competitors
  • Table 5-93: Salesforce.com Principal Competitive Factors in SaaS market
  • Table 5-94: SAP Strategy For Growth
  • Table 5-95: SAP Services Positioning
  • Table 5-96: SAP SOA Value
  • Table 5-97: SAP NetWeaver Technology Platform Areas Supported
  • Table 5-98: SAP Industry-Specific Best Practices
  • Table 5-98 (Continued): SAP Industry-Specific Best Practices
  • Table 5-98 (Continued): SAP Industry-Specific Best Practices
  • Table 5-98 (Continued): SAP Industry-Specific Best Practices
  • Table 5-98 (Continued): SAP Industry-Specific Best Practices
  • Table 5-98 (Continued): SAP Industry-Specific Best Practices
  • Table 5-99: Savvis Key Growth Strategies
  • Table 5-100: Savvis Key Growth Target Markets
  • Figure 5-101: Software AG (Frankfurt TecDAX:SOW) Revenue By Segment
  • Table 5-102: Symantec Cloud Strategy Solutions
  • Table 5-103: Symantec Solutions For Cloud Computing
  • Table 5-103 (Continued): Symantec Solutions For Cloud Computing
  • Table 5-104: Tenzing Cloud Computing Services Key features
  • Table 5-105: Tenzing Cloud Computing Services Key features
  • Table 5-106: Tibco Software Standards-Based Software Offerings
  • Figure 5-107a: Vmware Customers
  • Table 5-107: Workday ERP SaaS Solutions
  • Table 5-108: Workday Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) Features
  • Table 5-109: Workday Complete Suite of Business Management Services
  • Table 5-109 (Continued): Workday Complete Suite of Business Management Services
  • Table 5-109 (Continued): Workday Complete Suite of Business Management Services
  • Table 5-109 (Continued): Workday Complete Suite of Business Management Services
  • Table 5-110: Xerox Acquired Affiliated Computer Services ACS Positioning
  • Figure 5-111: Xerox Revenues By Business Segment

$8,576 Office
Our Office segment serves global, national and small to mid-size commercial customers,
as well as government, education and other public sector customers.

$4,545 Production
Our Production segment provides high-end digital monochrome and color systems
designed for customers in the graphic communications industry and for large enterprises.

$2,058 Other
Our Other segment primarily includes revenue from paper sales, wide-format systems,
value-added services and Global Imaging Systems network integration solutions and electronic presentation systems.

  • Figure 5-112: Xerox Revenues By Geography
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