Market-leading cloud IaaS providers deliver significantly greater capabilities than their competitors, which are relegated to niches. Enterprise architecture and technology innovation leaders must make both strategic and tactical use-case-specific provider selections.
Critical Capabilities for Public Cloud Infrastructure as a Service, Worldwide
- Key Findings
What You Need to Know
- Critical Capabilities Use-Case Graphics
- Alibaba Cloud
- Amazon Web Services
- CenturyLink Cloud
- Fujitsu Cloud Service K5 IaaS
- Google Cloud Platform
- IBM Bluemix Infrastructure
- Interoute Virtual Data Centre
- Joyent Triton Public Cloud
- Microsoft Azure
- NTT Com Enterprise Cloud 2.0
- Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
- Rackspace Public Cloud
- Skytap Cloud
- vCloud Air
- Virtustream Enterprise Cloud
- Product/Service Class Definition
- Critical Capabilities Definition
- Compute Resilience
- Architecture Flexibility
- Security and Compliance
- User Management
- Enterprise Integration
- Automation and DevOps Enablement
- Big Data Enablement
- Use Cases
- Application Development
- Batch Computing
- Cloud-Native Applications
- General Business Applications
- Internet of Things
- Vendors Added and Dropped
- Critical Capabilities Rating
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