World Cloud Automation Market to See High Double-Digit CAGR through 2022, Projects Infoholic Research in Its Insightful Report Available at MarketPubl17 Oct 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The increasing adoption of advanced technologies in the infrastructure of various enterprises has driven growth in the workloads. Nowadays, reduction of operational costs and balancing of workload have become the major elements for companies to achieve higher revenues and satisfy customers’ needs. The adoption of cloud automation across different industry verticals is expected to reduce operational costs, improve operational activities, improve business agility and productivity.
The rising adoption of cloud automation spurs the demand for different cloud automation solutions like automated cloud migration, automated cloud dev/test and automated cloud recovery. The world’s cloud automation market is anticipated to witness remarkable increase between 2016 and 2022, registering a double-digit CAGR of almost 26%.
Insightful report “WORLDWIDE CLOUD AUTOMATION MARKET-By Services, By Solutions, By Verticals, By Regions,Drivers, Opportunities, Trends, and Forecasts, 2016-2022” worked out by Infoholic Research gives a detailed guide to the global cloud automation market and also contains a comprehensive market assessment on the basis of regions, deployment models, solutions, services and verticals. It sheds light on the current scenario across the key regional markets, namely Western and Central Eastern Europe, North America, APAC, Latin America and MEA; and also includes detailed country-wide markets analyses. The research study draws up a clear picture of the major market challenges, trends, opportunities and threats, and examines the key market growth driving and limiting factors. The report reviews the competitive landscape and profiles top players, including Cisco System, IBM, Dell, EMC Corporation, CA Technologies, HP, etc. Additionally, future forecasts are available.
Many other research reports prepared by the publisher are available at the Infoholic Research page.