Infrastructure as a service market was valued at $38.94 Billion in 2019. It is expected to grow at a CAGR of 23.2% between 2020 and 2027 to $201.83 Billion by 2027.
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is a cloud computing service that allows enterprises to lease servers for cloud storage and computing. These online services provide high-level APIs that allow you to defer low-level details such as data partitioning, data scaling, location, security, and backup. IaaS allows users to run any application or operating system on leased servers without incurring operating and maintenance costs.
The market will see positive growth as IaaS service providers provide a broad range of services to help collaborate existing infrastructure components with advanced functionalities. IaaS services include log access, load balance, clustering, and security and storage resilience features such as replication, backup, and recovery. This further supports growth in the I Infrastructure as Service (IaaS). These services are policy-driven, allowing IaaS users to use advanced orchestration and automation tools for critical infrastructure tasks.
The largest Infrastructure as a service market segment comprised large enterprises. This is because they rely on IaaS technology to reduce the complexity and high cost associated with purchasing and managing physical servers. Users can choose which resources they require, as each IaaS resource is an independent component. Cloud service providers manage IaaS infrastructure. Users are responsible for installing, configuring, and managing their software. This is an important factor in the adoption of IaaS by large companies.
Due to increased ICT spending by governments in many developed and developing regions, the global IaaS market will experience a rapid growth rate. This is due to North America’s increasing ICT spending and Asia-Pacific’s rising ICT consumption.
Asia-Pacific will likely see the fastest CAGR in the future. Industry participants have recognized the importance of enhancing the cloud infrastructure. This will ensure low-cost networking, servers, virtual data centers, storage solutions, and easy access to any device. Vendors in the IaaS market are looking to Asia-Pacific with countries such as Australia, Singapore, Japan, China, and Singapore. LAMEA is also seeing a rise in the demand for mobility within enterprises.
The report examines the market for Infrastructure as a service and its growth prospects. Porter’s Five Forces analysis is used to analyze the industry’s impact on various factors, including bargaining power, competitive intensity, the threat from new entrants, threat and substitutes, and the bargaining power for buyers in the Infrastructure as a Service market (Iaas).
The market can be segmented by component type, deployment method, user type, and industry vertical. It is classified by component into storage, network, and compute. It can be divided by deployment model into public, private, or hybrid. It is divided into small and medium enterprises (SMEs), large enterprises, and hybrid enterprises based on the user type. Industry verticals break it down into banking, financial service and insurance (BFSI), healthcare telecommunication & it, government & education, and retail. It is divided by region and is analyzed across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, LAMEA, and LAMEA.
This report examines the profiles and activities of the key players in the infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) market. These include Amazon Web Services, Inc., Alibaba Group Holding Limited, Dell EMC, Google LLC, International Business Machines Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, Oracle Corporation, Rackspace Hosting, Inc., Red Hat, Inc., Redcentricplc., Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
Top influencing factors
The growth of Infrastructure as a service market is driven by the demand for lower-cost IT infrastructure, faster data access, and increased cloud adoption across multiple industry verticals. The market’s growth is expected to be hampered by security concerns regarding private cloud deployments. Infrastructure as a Service market players will also see significant revenue growth opportunities due to SMEs’ widespread adoption of cloud technology.
Cloud adoption has increased across several verticals.
Cloud services are being adopted by many industries, including banking, financial services, insurance (BFSI), retail and healthcare, manufacturing, telecommunications & IT, media, and entertainment. The banking sector is also keen to adopt IaaS because of the benefits such as cost savings and data protection. The IT sector’s technological advancements and application in large enterprises and SMEs create ample market space in developed regions, including North America and Europe. The rise in cloud service adoption across different industry verticals drives Infrastructure as a services market growth.
IaaS Market Report Scope and Segmentation
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Key Benefits for Stakeholders
- This report includes market trends and analysis for Infrastructure as a Service. Future estimations are also included to help determine future investment opportunities.
- This report provides information about key drivers, constraints, opportunities, Infrastructure, and a forecast for the service market.
- To highlight the financial strength of the infrastructure service industry, the market share has been quantitatively analyzed from 2019 to 2027.
- Porter’s five force analysis shows the power of buyers and suppliers in the market.
Key Market Segments
- By Component Type
- By deployment model
- Sort by User Type
- Large Enterprises
- By Industry Vertical
- Government & Education
- Telecom & IT
- Media & Entertainment
- By Region
- North America
- The Netherlands
- Czech Republic
- Rest of Europe
- Asia Pacific
- South Korea
- Australia & New Zealand
- Rest of Asia Pacific
- South America
- Rest of South America
- The Middle East & Africa
- Saudi Arabia
- South Africa
- Northern Africa
- Rest of MEA
- North America
Key Market Participants
- ALIBABA GROUP HOLDING LIMITED
- AMAZON WEB Services, INC.
- DELL EMC
- GOOGLE LLC
- HEWLETT-PACKARD ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT LP
- INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES COMMUNITY
- MICROSOFT CORPORATION
- ORACLE CORPORATION
- RACKSPACE HOSTING INC.
- REDCENTRIC PLC