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Worldwide Cloud Computing Market Opportunities and Segment Forecasts 2009 to 2015

August 2009 | 519 pages | ID: W7920ECDA2DEN
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WinterGreen Research announces that it has a new study on Worldwide Cloud Computing market opportunities. The 2009 study has 519 pages, 112 Tables and Figures. Worldwide cloud computing markets are poised to achieve significant growth. Cloud computing market opportunities are different in every industry as software becomes less expensive to buy and operate. The markets start to expand to provide productivity improvements.

According to Susan Eustis, lead author of the study, “Cloud computing changes software forever. Software is offered to users as a service from the cloud. Innovation is what drives market growth in every industry. IBM, Google, Amazon, Microsoft, and the major SOA vendors are poised to leverage cloud computing to support innovation. Cloud computing is providing software that supports flexible response to changing market conditions.”

Cloud computing changes SOA, facilitating reach into every industry and every segment of the economy. SOA drives innovation for the very large enterprises, now the mid range size companies and very small organizations are adopting technologies similar to what the enterprise use, creating automated process to replace manual process.”

Cloud computing is set to bring major change to the software business. Cloud computing is used to implement utility automated process. The complexities of the development platform are invisible to developers. Programs run on the cloud platform in a manner that is more cost efficient than with distributed server platforms.

Application development is achieved using point and click systems that do not involve programming for the line of business analyst. Syntax is exposed to analysts and developers in a manner that permits collaborative application development. The cloud computing engine hides the complexity of deep if statement logic, replacing that with drop down boxes that permit iterative presentation of metrics that are then managed using a calculation matrix. Systems imitate spreadsheet applications development, but with the richer presentation logic available on Web pages. Web services provide the base for cloud computing initiatives.

Automated process will expand in every industry in this manner, permitting people to build automated processes from SOA components the way they now use the alphabet to build books.

SOA components become the syntax, the alphabet of computing in cloud environments. IT engines run in the cloud exposing the syntax to users. The vendors with the most reliable systems will win in the market as reliability takes a paramount position in the cloud.

Cloud computing is an emerging computing model. Users can gain access to their applications from anywhere, through any connected device. Information is available over the network. A user-centric interface makes the cloud infrastructure supporting the applications transparent to users.

High energy cost and low utilization rates are a central issue with distributed systems. Mainframe class computing provide low energy costs, low labor costs, and high reliability needed for cloud computing. Software developers lose a massive amount of time and productivity getting permissions and access to the systems and tools they need to do their jobs. Hewlett Packard and IBM have built systems to safely enable developers to serve themselves. This can help reduce IT labor costs by 50 percent, reduce provision cycle times from weeks to minutes and improve quality, eliminating software defects by up to 30 percent.

Cloud computing markets at $36 billion 2008 are expected to reach $160.2 billion by 2015. Market growth is fueled by ease of information access provided by the cloud. Faster development systems are available to line of business analysts through point and click application development tools. Industry specific applications are evolving in the context of the ability to build applications from SOA components.

Cloud Computing Is Set To Bring Major Change To
The Software Business
Industry Segment Cloud Computing Market Forecasts
  Scalable Symmetric Multiprocessors
  Cloud Computing Market Opportunity


1.1 Cloud Computing Permits User Web Services Access
  1.1.1 Cloud Computing Aspects
1.2 Web 2.0 Internet Scale Mainstream Applications
  1.2.1 Design Patterns
  1.2.2 Data Driven Cloud Computing
  1.2.3 Network Effects
  1.2.4 Collaboration
  1.2.5 Social Networking Heuristics
  1.2.6 Wiki-Style Collaborative Editing
1.3 Core Competencies of Web 2.0
1.4 Business Process Management Platforms
  1.4.1 Comprehensive Risk Analysis
1.5 Business Process Management Functions
  1.5.1 Execution of Business Processes
  1.5.2 Integration Aspects of BPM
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
  1.8.2 Mashup Market Opportunity
1.9 Scientific Collaboration Using Web 2.0
1.9.1 OpenWetWare Project At MIT


2.1 Cloud Computing Set To Bring Major Change To The Software Business
  2.1.1 Cloud Computing Market Opportunity
2.2 Cloud Computing Market Opportunity Forecasts by Industry
2.3 Communications Cloud Computing Market Segment Forecasts
  2.3.1 IBM Smart Business Cloud Computing
  2.3.2 Hewlett Packard Cloud Computing for Communications
  2.3.3 Cisco
  2.3.4 Telecom Services and Other Cloud Computing Providers
2.4 Banking and Financial Cloud Computing Market Forecasts
2.5 Retail Cloud Computing Market Forecasts
  2.5.1 Amazon.com
  2.5.2 Amazon CloudFront
  2.5.3 Walmart.com
  2.5.4 eBay Cloud Computing
2.6 Healthcare Cloud Computing Market Forecasts
  2.6.1 WebMD
2.7 Travel and Entertainment Cloud Computing Market Forecasts
  2.7.1 Travelocity
2.8 Energy Cloud Computing Market Forecasts
  2.8.1 IBM Cloud Computing Energy Positioning
  2.8.2 Google Cloud Network Looking To Renewable Energy
  2.8.3 Con Edison Next Generation Smart Electrical Grid
  2.8.4 PG&E
  2.8.5 Data Center Renewable Energy
2.9 Worldwide CRM, Search Engine, and Application Development Cloud Computing
  2.9.1 Search Engine Cloud Computing Market Forecasts
  2.9.2 CRM Cloud Computing Market Forecasts
  2.9.3 Application Development Cloud Computing Market Forecasts
  2.9.4 Building a Robust Data Sensor Network Integration Layer
  2.9.5 SOA Infrastructure Market Driving Forces
  2.9.6 Building a Robust Data Integration Layer
  2.9.7 SOA Market Segment
  2.9.8 SOA Market Driving Forces
  2.9.9 SOA Market Shares
  2.9.10 Search Inside An Enterprise
  2.9.11 Google
  2.9.12 Yahoo!
  2.9.13 CRM Software as a Service Cloud Computing Market Shares
  2.9.14 Saleforce.com Customization
  2.9.15 Saleforce.com
  2.9.16 Net Suite SuiteCloud Connect for Salesforce.com
  2.9.17 Application Development Cloud Computing Market Shares
  2.9.18 Microsoft .NET SQL Services
  2.9.19 IBM
  2.9.20 Saleforce.com Force.com Point and Click Configuration
  2.9.21 Amazon CloudFront
2.10 Cloud Computing Regional Market Segments
  2.10.1 Google Regional Market Participation
2.11 Cloud Computing Government Market Forecasts
2.12 Cloud Computing News and Education Market Forecasts
2.13 Cloud Computing Manufacturing Market Forecasts


3.1 Cloud Networks
  3.1.1 Research Clouds
3.2 Google Cloud Computing
  3.2.1 Google App Engine / Google Application Engine
3.3 IBM Cloud Computing
  3.3.1 IBM’s CloudBurst Hardware Strategy
  3.3.2 IBM Smart Business: Software Development & Test
  3.3.3 IBM Public and Private Cloud Computing Initiatives
  3.3.4 IBM Strategy To Capture The Cloud Computing Opportunity
  3.3.5 IBM Rational Cloud Computing Requirements Driven Development
  3.3.6 IBM Cloud Computing Ecosystem
3.4 Tibco Ajax Rich Internet Cloud Computing Applications
  3.4.1 Tibco Energy Solutions
  3.4.2 Tibco Trading and Risk Management
  3.4.3 Tibco Pipelines Solutions
  3.4.4 Tibco Upstream Oil and Gas Cloud Computing
  3.4.5 Tibco Trading and Risk Management
  3.4.6 Tibco Industry Solutions
3.5 Attachmate
  3.5.1 Attachmate Terminal Emulation
  3.5.2 Attachmate Application Integration
  3.5.3 Attachmate PC X Server
  3.5.4 Attachmate Managed File Transfer
  3.5.5 Attachmate Architecture
3.6 Microsoft Cloud Computing
  3.6.1 Microsoft Azure Services
3.7 Cisco Cloud Computing
  3.7.1 Cisco Virtualization
3.8 Saleforce.com Customization
  3.8.1 Saleforce.com Force.com Point and Click Configuration
  3.8.2 Saleforce.com Force.com Builder Application Customization
  3.8.3 Saleforce.com Force.com Helps Users Work Smarter
3.9 Oracle Sun Microsystems
  3.9.1 Sun Cloud Screencasts
  3.9.2 Oracle Sun Developer Technologies for the Cloud
3.10 EMC VmWare Server Virtualizaton
3.11 Yahoo Cloud Computing Supports Open Systems
  3.11.1 Yahoo! Cloud Computing
3.12 Hewlett Packard
  3.12.1 HP Department of Defense Cloud Computing Infrastructure
3.13 Amazon Cloud Computing Infrastructure Services
  3.13.1 Amazon High Performance Computing
  3.13.2 Amazon On-Demand Workforce
3.14 Intel Cloud Computing
3.15 AT&T Cloud Computing
3.16 CloudRamp
  3.16.1 CloudRamp Storage for Microsoft SharePoint
3.17 CloudScale Networks
3.18 3Tera AppLogic Cloud Computing
  3.18.1 3Tera AppLogic Utility Computing
3.19 CloudWorks
  3.19.1 Cloudworks Hosted Exchange Email
3.20 Dell Cloud Optimization
3.21 eBay Cloud Computing
3.22 Enomaly Automated Provisioning
  3.22.1 Enomaly Cloud Computing For The Enterprise
  3.22.2 Enomaly Leverage Existing Resources
  3.22.3 Enomaly Virtual Infrastructure Management
3.23 Net Suite SuiteCloud Connect for Salesforce.com
3.24 Progress Software
  3.24.1 Progress Software Cloud Based Application Infrastructure Software ROI Calculator
3.25 Panorama Software Cloud-Computing Service Analytics
  3.25.1 Panorama Infrastructure Software
  3.25.2 Panorama PowerApps Analytics Service
3.26 RackSpace
  3.26.1 Rackspace Language-Specific APIs
  3.26.2 Rackspace Unlimited Scaling For Big Applications
  3.26.3 Rackspace Cloud Servers
  3.26.4 Rackspace Using Cloud Servers
3.27 RightScale
  3.27.1 RightScale Scalable Website
3.28 Zeus Technology and Partner Serve Path / Go Grid
  3.28.1 Zeus Technology Cloud Computing
  3.28.2 Source: Zeus Technology Cloud Computing
  3.28.3 Zeus Technology Physical, Virtual and Cloud
3.29 Alexa Web Information Services
  3.29.1 Alexa Top Sites
3.30 Merchant Services
3.31 SAP and RIM Enterprise Mobility
3.32 Verizon


4.1 Cloud Computing Information Access
4.2 Google Scale Mainstream Applications Gmail and Google Maps
  4.2.1 Google.com—Search and Personalization
  4.2.2 Google Scholar.
  4.2.3 Google Server Implementation for Web 2.0
  4.2.4 Google Replicates The Web pages
  4.2.5 Google Map / Reduce Framework Runs In Parallel On 1,000 Machines
  4.2.6 Google Global Work Queue
  4.2.7 Communication, Collaboration and Communities
  4.2.8 Google Spent $200 Million On Hardware Equipment In 2004, $1.4 Billion in 2007
  4.2.9 Google Uses 1.8 Million Servers, Search Results, Images, Videos, Emails And Ads
  4.2.10 Google Dynamic Architecture Implementation
  4.2.11 Short Description of Google Search Engine Dynamic Architecture
  4.2.12 Google BigFiles
  4.2.13 Google Repository
4.3 eBay Infrastructure
  4.3.1 Sun Storage Helps Keep The Store Open
  4.3.2 eBay’s Infrastructure Evolution
4.4 Microsoft .Net Defines Reusable Modules Dynamically
  4.4.1 Microsoft Data Center Size
  4.4.2 Microsoft Combines Managed Modules into Assemblies
  4.4.3 Microsoft Architecture Dynamic Modular Processing
4.5 IBM® WebSphere® Application Server Feature Pack for Web 2.0
  4.5.1 IBM Web 2.0 Steps To Deploy Websphere Application Server Using Virtual Image Templates
  4.5.2 IBM WebSphere Application Server Feature Pack
4.6 Facebook
4.7 MySpace
4.8 Reunion
4.9 Software Release Cycle
4.10 iTunes and TiVo


5.1 3Tera
5.2 Adobe
5.3 Amazon
  5.3.1 Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  5.3.2 Amazon Competition
5.4 AT&T
5.5 Attachmate
5.6 Cisco
  5.6.1 Cisco Networking For The Internet
  5.6.2 Cisco / PostPath
  5.6.3 Cisco / Jabber
  5.6.4 Cisco Next-Gen Unified Communications
  5.6.5 Cisco Focus On Development Of Conferencing And Collaboration, Leveraging Expertise In The Network
  5.6.6 Cisco Revenue
  5.6.7 Cisco Acquisitions
  5.6.8 Cisco Innovation
  5.6.9 Cisco Customers
  5.6.10 Cisco Revenue
  5.6.11 Cisco Acquisitions and Investments
  5.6.12 Cisco Innovation
  5.6.13 Cisco Customers
  5.6.14 Cisco Value Incentive Program (VIP) Offering
5.7 Clerity Solutions
  5.7.1 Clerity Solutions Partners and Customers
  5.7.2 Clerity Benefit Manager
5.8 CloudRamp
5.9 CloudScale Networks
  5.9.1 CloudScale Networks Data Centers
5.10 CloudWorks
5.11 Computer Associates CA
  5.11.1 CA Revenue
  5.11.2 CA Revenue by Geography
  5.11.3 CA Business Organization
  5.11.4 Computer Associates Revenue
5.12 Dell
  5.12.1 Dell Virtualization Solutions
  5.12.2 Dell Fast Deployment:
  5.12.3 Dell High Performance Computing
5.13 ebay
  5.13.1 eBay PayPal
  5.13.2 Skype
  5.13.3 eBay Key Acquisitions
  5.13.4 eBay Net Revenues
  5.13.5 eBay Marketplaces
  5.13.6 eBay Communications
  5.13.7 eBay Cloud Computing
5.14 EMC
  5.14.1 EMC VMWare
  5.14.2 EMC Acquisitions
  5.14.3 EMC Symmetrix Virtual
  5.14.4 EMC's V-Max Symmetrix Solutions
  5.14.5 Selected EMC Partners
  5.14.6 Selected EMC Customers
  5.14.7 EMC Revenue
  5.14.8 EMC Segment Information
  5.14.9 EMC Segment Information
  5.14.10 EMC VMware Virtual Infrastructure
  5.14.11 EMC / Unisys and Expand Relationship in Enterprise Content Management
  5.14.12 EMC / VmWare, Inc.
  5.14.13 VMware vCloud
5.15 Enomaly
  5.15.1 Enomaly ECP Service Provider Cloud
  5.15.2 Enomaly ECP Service Provider Customers
5.16 Eucalyptus
5.17 Google
  5.17.1 Google Revenue
  5.17.2 Google Q2 2009 Revenue Summary
  5.17.3 Google Revenues by Geography
  5.17.4 Google Revenues by Segment
  5.17.5 Google Business Overview
  5.17.6 Google Client
5.18 Fujitsu
  5.18.1 Fujitsu OSS/NOS
  5.18.2 Fujitsu SOA
  5.18.3 Fujitsu CentraSite SOA Governance
5.19 Hewlett Packard (HP)
  5.19.1 Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA
  5.19.2 Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA Solutions
  5.19.3 Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA Systinet Governance
  5.19.4 HP Products and Services Segments
  5.19.5 Hewlett-Packard Technology Solutions Group
  5.19.6 Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Storage and Servers
  5.19.7 Hewlett-Packard Industry Standard Servers
  5.19.8 Hewlett-Packard Business Critical Systems
  5.19.9 Hewlett Packard Halo Telepresence Customers
  5.19.10 HP and Marriott
  5.19.11 HP and Tandberg
  5.19.12 Hewlett Packard Computer Industry Market Participant
  5.19.13 Hewlett Packard Global Provider Of Products
  5.19.14 HP Products and Services: Segment Information
  5.19.15 Hewlett Packard Technology Solutions Group
  5.19.16 Hewlett Packard Enterprise Storage and Servers
  5.19.17 HP and Tower Software
  5.19.18 Hewlett Packard Tower Software TRIM Context
  5.19.19 Hewlett Packard Scalable Computing & Infrastructure Organization (SCI)
  5.19.20 HP Data Center Compute Services Transformation
5.20 Host Bridge Technology
5.21 IBM
  5.21.1 IBM Business Partnering Strategy
  5.21.2 IBM Strategic Priorities
  5.21.3 IBM BPM Powered By Smart SOA
  5.21.4 IBM Delivers Integration and Innovation to Clients
  5.21.5 IBM Business Model
  5.21.6 IBM Unified Communications In The Cloud Architecture
  5.21.7 IBM LotusLive Cloud-Based Portfolio Of Social Networking And Collaboration Services
  5.21.8 IBM Revenue
  5.21.9 IBM Q1 2009 Revenue
  5.21.10 IBM Q2 2009 Revenue
  5.21.11 IBM Software Capabilities
  5.21.12 IBM Systems and Technology Capabilities
  5.21.13 IBM Worldwide Organizations
  5.21.14 IBM Security
5.22 Microsoft Corporation
  5.22.1 Microsoft Azure Services Platform
  5.22.2 Microsoft Windows Azure
  5.22.3 Microsoft Live Services
  5.22.4 Microsoft SQL Services
  5.22.5 Microsoft .NET Services
  5.22.6 Microsoft® SharePoint® Services & Dynamics® CRM Services
  5.22.7 Microsoft Revenue Nine Months 2009
  5.22.8 Microsoft Revenue
  5.22.9 Microsoft Segment Revenue
  5.22.10 Microsoft Server and Tools Revenue
  5.22.11 Microsoft Online Services Business Revenue
  5.22.12 Microsoft Business Division Revenue
  5.22.13 Microsoft Entertainment and Devices Division
  5.22.14 Microsoft Competition
  5.22.15 Microsoft Security Vulnerabilities
  5.22.16 Microsoft Client Segment
  5.22.17 Microsoft Segments
  5.22.18 Open Text Livelink ECM Integration Microsoft Office SharePoint Server
  5.22.19 Microsoft Multinational Computer Technology
  5.22.1 Selected Microsoft Partners
  5.22.21 Microsoft Financials
  5.22.22 Microsoft Software Products
5.23 Neon Enterprise Software
5.24 NetSuite
  5.24.1 NetSuite Revenue
  5.24.2 NetSuite Services Benefits
  5.24.3 NetSuite CRM+
  5.24.4 Netsuite Revenue
  5.24.5 NetSuiteSuiteBuilder
  5.24.6 NetSuite SuiteTalk.
5.25 Oracle
  5.25.1 Oracle Software Strategy
  5.25.2 Oracle Software Business
  5.25.3 Oracle Competition In The Software Business
  5.25.4 Oracle Software License Updates and Product Support
  5.25.5 Oracle Software Description
  5.25.6 Oracle / BEA Systems
  5.25.7 Oracle Software Revenue by Region
  5.25.8 Oracle Corporate Strategy Active Acquisition Program
  5.25.9 Oracle / Sun Microsystems
5.26 Progress Software
  5.26.1 Progress Software Services Oriented Architecture Products
  5.26.2 Progress Application Platform Products
  5.26.3 Progress Software Data Infrastructure Products
  5.26.4 Progress Software Customers
  5.26.5 Progress Software / DataDirect Technologies
  5.26.6 Progress Software Regional Revenue
  5.26.7 Progress Software 2009 Second Quarter Revenue
5.27 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform
  5.27.1 JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform Partners
5.28 Research In Motion (RIM)
5.29 SAP CRM
5.30 Serve Path / Go Grid
  5.30.1 GoGrid
5.31 RackSpace
  5.31.1 Rackspace Mosso Cloud Computing
  5.31.2 Rackspace Mosso
5.32 RightScale
5.33 Salesforce.com
  5.33.1 Salesforce.com Force.com
  5.33.2 Salesforce.com Cloud Computing
  5.33.3 Salesforce.com Strategy
5.34 Sirus
  5.34.1 Sirius Partners
5.35 Trend Micro
5.36 Yahoo
  5.36.1 Yahoo! Strategy
  5.36.2 Yahoo! and Computational Research Labratories Collaborate on Cloud Computing Research
5.37 Zeus Technology, Ltd.
  5.37.1 Zeus Customers
5.38 Other Companies


Table ES-1 Competitive Factors In Cloud Computing Markets
Figure ES -2 Worldwide Industry Segment Cloud Computing Market Forecasts, 2009-2015
Figure ES-3 Worldwide Industry Segment Cloud Computing Market Forecasts, 2009-2015
Figure 1-1 Cloud Computing Hole of the Internet
Table 1-2 Harnessing Collective Intelligence
Table 1-3 BPM Platform Automation Of Process Functions
Table 1-4 Web 2.0 Next Generation Applications
Table 1-5 Cloud Computing Next Generation Functions
Table 1-6 Mashup Market Opportunity
Table 1-7 Web 2.0 Internet Examples
Table 1-7 (Continued) Web 2.0 Internet Examples
Table 2-1 Competitive Factors In Cloud Computing Markets
Figure 2-2 Worldwide Total Cloud Computing Market Forecasts, 2009-2015
Figure 2-3 Worldwide Industry Segment Cloud Computing Market Forecasts, 2009-2015
Figure 2-4 Worldwide Cloud Computing Communications Market Forecasts, 2009-2015
Figure 2-5 Worldwide Banking, Insurance, and Financial Cloud Computing Market Forecasts, 2009-2015
Figure 2-6 Worldwide Cloud Computing Retail Market Forecasts, 2009-2015
Table 2-7 Worldwide Cloud Computing Healthcare Market Forecasts, 2009-2015
Figure 2-8 Worldwide Cloud Computing Travel and Entertainment Market Forecasts, 2009-2015
Table 2-9 Worldwide Cloud Computing Energy Market Forecasts, 2009-2015
Table 2-10 Worldwide CRM, Search Engine, and Application Development Cloud Computing Market Forecasts, 2009-2015
Table 2-11 Cloud Computing Market Driving Forces
Figure 2-12 Worldwide Search Engine Cloud Computing Market Forecasts, 2009-2015
Figure 2-13 Worldwide CRM Cloud Computing Market Forecasts, 2009-2015
Figure 2-14 Worldwide Application Development Cloud Computing Market Forecasts, 2009-2015
Table 2-15 Types of Internet Connected Devices Likely to be Using Mid IR Sensors That Need SOA Software To Achieve Connectivity
Table 2-15 (Continued) Types of Internet Connected Devices Likely to be Using Mid IR Sensors That Need SOA Software To Achieve Connectivity
Table 2-16 Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Benefits
Table 2-17 2-48 SOA Market Shares, 2008
Figure 2-18 Software as a Service Applications Moving to Cloud Computing
Table 2-19 Microsoft® SQL Services Data Platform Functions
Figure 2-20 IBM Cloud Computing Solutions
Figure 2-21 Worldwide Cloud Computing Other Search Engine Market Forecasts, 2009-2015
Figure 2-22 Worldwide Cloud Computing Government Market Forecasts, 2009-2015
Figure 2-23 Worldwide Cloud Computing News and Education Market Forecasts, 2009-2015
Figure 2-24 Worldwide Cloud Computing Manufacturing Market Forecasts, 2009-2015
Table 3-1 IBM Dynamic Infrastructure: Cloud Computing Solutions
Table 3-2 IBM Cloud Workload Segmentation Strategy
Figure 3-3 IBM Cloud Computing Solutions
Table 3-4 IBM Strategy To Capture The Cloud Computing Opportunity
Table 3-5 IBM Rational Cloud Computing Requirements riven Development
Figure 3-6 IBM Mainframe Cloud Provisioning Business Development and Testing Tool Services
Figure 3-7 IBM Mainframe Cloud Collaborative Provisioning Services
Figure 3-8 IBM Mainframe Cloud Provisioning Business Development and Testing and Deployment Flexibility
Table 3-9 Mainframe Availability & Resiliency Cloud Computing Platform Positioning
Table 3-10 IBM Mainframe Security Cloud Computing Platform Positioning
Table 3-11 Tibco Meter Specific Energy Industry Solutions For Cloud Computing
Table 3-12 Tibco Analytics Specific Energy Industry Solutions For Cloud Computing
Table 3-13 Tibco Real-Time Customer Service Energy Industry Solutions For Cloud Computing
Table 3-14 Tibco Industry Solutions
Table 3-15 Verastream Integration Suite Components:
Figure 3-16 Attachmate Business Problem/Technology Architecture
Table 3-17 Microsoft Windows Azure Functions
Figure 3-18 Sun / Oracle Cloud Computing Architecture Positioning
Table 3-19 Oracle Sun On-Demand Cloud Storage Service Features:
Table 3-20 Oracle Sun Cloud Based Compute Service
Figure 3-21 EMC Server Private Cloud Virtualization Architecture
Table 3-22 CloudRamp Key Issues Identified
Table 3-23 3Tera AppLogic Cloud Computing Functions
Figure 3-24 3Tera Cloudware Open Architecture For Cloud Computing
Table 3-25 Progress Software DataDirect Technologies Cloud Comprehensive Provider
Figure 3-26 Progress Software DataDirect Connectivity Product Line
Figure 3-27 RightScale Replaces Traditional Hardware Model
Figure 3-28 RightScale Scalable Cloud Hardware Model
Table 3-29 RightScale Cloud Computing Scalable Websites Examples
Figure 3-30 RightScale Scalable Website Deployment Architecture
Figure 3-31 GoGrid Cloud Computing Architecture
Figure 3-32 Zeus Technology Cloud Computing Architecture
Figure 3-33 Zeus Technology Cloud Computing
Table 4-1 Google Use of Ajax Technology
Table 4-2 WinterGreen Research Server Energy Costs for 14 Servers with 3 Processors
Figure 4-3 Google Dynamic Architecture
Figure 4-4 Repository Data Structure
Figure 4-5 Architecture.EBay
Table 4-6 Microsoft .Net Defines Reusable Modules
Figure 4-7 MegaData Center Capital Expenditures
Figure 4-8 Microsoft .NET assemblies:
Figure 4-9 Microsoft Architecture Dynamic Modular Processing
Figure 4-10 Steps To Deploy IBM WebSphere Application Server Using A Virtual Image Template
Figure 4-11 WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment Installation and configuration steps
Figure 4-12 IBM Web Architecture
able 4-13 Facebook Description. 2007 to April 2008
Table 4-13 (Continued) Facebook Description. 2007 to April 2008
Table 4-13 (Continued) Facebook Description. 2007 to April 2008
Table 4-14 MySpace Metrics
Table 4-15 Reunion Metrics
Table 5-1 CloudScale Networks Positioning
Table 5-2 CA Main Areas Of Focus For Mainframe And Distributed Environments
Table 5-3 Dell Virtualization Solutions Positioning
Table 5-4 EMC VMWare Virtual Infrastructure Business Revenue Growth Positioning
Figure 5-5 VMware vCloud Customer Elastic, On-Demand Compute Capacity
Table 5-6 Fujitsu CentraSite SOA Product Suite Features
Table 5-7 Fujitsu CentraSite SOA Management Information
Table 5-8 Hewlett Packard Product and Services Positioning
Table 5-9 Hewlett Packard Global Positioning
Table 5-10 Hewlett Packard Tower Software Global, Vertical Markets
Table 5-11 Hewlett Packard Tower Software Global, Reducing Risk During Litigation
Table 5-12 Hewlett Packard Tower Software Microsoft Office® Documents
Table 5-13 Hewlett Packard Tower TRIM Context Features Overview
Table 5-14 HostBridge CICS Integration Functions
Figure 5-15 IBM SMB Partner Go to Market Approach
Table 5-16 IBM Strategic Priorities
Table 5-17 Microsoft Response to Security Vulnerabilities
Table 5-18 Progress Software Services Oriented Architecture Features
Table 5-18 (Continied) Progress Software Services Oriented Architecture Features
Table 5-19 Progress Software Application Platform Product Features
Table 5-19 (Continued) Progress Software Application Platform Product Features
Table 5-20 Progress Software DataXtend Data Infrastructure Products
Table 5-21 Progress Software DataDirect Data Infrastructure Products
Table 5-22 JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform Functions
Table 5-23 Red Hat's JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform Positioning
Table 5-24 Salesforce.com Force.com Platform Provides Tools And Infrastructure Functions
Figure 5-25 Salesforce.com Force.com Platform Infrastructure
Figure 5-26 Salesforce.com Revenue, 2004-2009
Figure 2-27 Salesforce.com Growth in New Customers
Figure 2-28 Salesforce.com Customers
Figure 2-29 Salesforce.com Customers In Various Industries
Table 5-30 Trend Micro Positioning


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