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The Dynamics Of China's Private Cloud Market

More Adoption Is Expected To Enable Business Transformation

October 24, 2014

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Why Read This Report

Infrastructure and operations (I&O) professionals in China face a difficult task: optimizing their firm's infrastructure to support business transformation in the age of the customer. I&O pros must realize that virtualization is different from private cloud. While Chinese organizations have reaped benefits such as improved IT infrastructure consolidation from virtualization, they can now take the next step and use private cloud to adapt technology in real time, share infrastructure resources across business units (BUs) and developers, and reduce operational costs. Chinese companies planning their own private cloud first need to better understand the currently available vendor solutions and benchmarks. This report describes the drivers shaping the market and analyzes the capabilities and go-to-market approaches of nearly 20 private cloud vendors serving Chinese enterprises.

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Table of Contents

  • China's Private Cloud Market Is Still In Its Infancy
  • Business Transformation Motivates Private Cloud Deployment
  • Vendors Typically Deliver Private Cloud In One Of Two Ways In China
  • The Private Cloud Market Landscape In China

  • Focus On Business Outcomes When Planning Your Own Private Cloud
  • Supplemental Material
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