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Cloud Storage Market Growing at a CAGR 18.5% | Key Player AWS, Google, Microsoft, IBM, Alibaba Cloud

“AWS (US), Google (US), Microsoft (US), IBM (US), Alibaba Cloud (China), Oracle (US), Rackspace Technology (US), HPE (US), Dell Technologies (US), Dropbox (US), Box (US), Tencent Cloud (China), Fujitsu (Japan), VMware (US), NetApp (US), Hitachi Vantara (US), Scality (US), Citrix (US), UpCloud (Finland), Huawei (China), DigitalOcean (US), Vultr (US), MinIO (US).”

Cloud Storage Market by Component (Solutions and Services), Application (Primary Storage, Backup and Disaster Recovery, and Archiving), Deployment Type (Public and Private Cloud), Organization Size, Vertical and Region – Global Forecast to 2027

The Cloud Storage Market size is expected to grow from USD 78.6 billion in 2022 to USD 183.7 billion by 2027, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 18.5% during the forecast period. The demand for cloud storage is driven by emerging data volumes across enterprises, evolving requisite for provision of the remote workforce with ubiquitous access to data and files, and cost-saving and low Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) benefits of cloud storage solutions.

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The services component grow at a higher CAGR during the forecast period

Services play a crucial role in the cloud storage market as these services help before and after the deployment of cloud storage solutions to the clients. Service providers assist their clients in various phases, such as planning, deploying, maintaining, and upgrading cloud storage solutions. The following chapter explains the importance of cloud storage services, such as consulting; integration and implementation; and training, support, and maintenance.

Backup and Disaster recovery segment to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period

Backup and disaster recovery applications protect enterprise application data during disasters. They enable customers and enterprises to store and run their systems on the cloud, reduce costs, accelerate the recovery process, and free up resources for other important tasks. These solutions are gaining popularity as they are more reliable and save enterprises the task of maintaining the costly hardware infrastructure needed for backup and disaster recovery. The use of mock drill platforms for disaster recovery enables the addition of resources that can be deployed online in the event of a disaster; this further reduces the recovery time after a major failure. The benefits offered by disaster recovery and backup solutions include data synchronization, online viewing, and easy accessibility.

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The major players in the cloud storage market are AWS (US), Google (US), Microsoft (US), IBM (US), Alibaba Cloud (China), Huawei (China), Oracle (US), Rackspace Technology (US), HPE (US), Dell Technologies (US), Dropbox (US), Box (US), Tencent Cloud (China), Fujitsu (Japan), VMware (US), NetApp (US), Hitachi Vantara (US), Scality (US), and Citrix (US). These players have adopted various growth strategies, including new product launches, partnerships, agreements, mergers and acquisitions, and business expansions. Product enhancements, business expansions, and partnerships were the major strategies adopted by these players to achieve a strong foothold in the cloud storage market.

IBM is one of the leading providers of cloud platform services and cognitive solutions, which works across domains such as cloud, IT infrastructure, security, services, and research. The company operates in more than 175 countries and caters to industries worldwide. The company functions through six main segments: Global Technology Services, Cloud and Cognitive Software, Global Business Services, Systems, Global Financing, and Other. IBM offers infrastructure, hosting, and consulting services in customer relationship management, business analytics optimization, outsourcing, software, and security. The company is focused on developing solutions and products powered by the latest technologies, including AI and ML, analytics, big data, and IoT. The company also offers services to help clients transform their businesses, and the service portfolio comprises application services, security, Business Processes and Operations (BPO), cloud services, digital workplace services, and more.

Microsoft’s, one among the leading Cloud storage solutions and service providers, major cloud offerings include SaaS (Microsoft Dynamics Online [Enterprise Resource Planning (ERM) + CRM] and O365 Online), and IaaS and PaaS (Microsoft Azure [compute, integration, and networking]). Microsoft has invested heavily in managed services for hybrid cloud, IoT, and edge computing platforms. Innovations, such as Azure Sphere, Digital Twins, and Azure IoT Central, have placed Microsoft ahead of its competition in the IIoT and edge computing industries. The company introduced Azure Edge Zones, a convergence of cloud managed services, hardware, and high-speed 5G networks. In the cloud storage market, Microsoft offers the Microsoft Azure Storage platform, a cloud storage solution that encompasses various data storage services, including Azure Blobs, a scalable object store for text and binary data; Azure Files, a managed file sharing service for cloud deployments; Azure Queues, a messaging store for messaging between application components; Azure Tables: a NoSQL store for schema-less storage of structured data; Azure Disks, block storage volumes for Azure VMs.

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Killexams : Bespoke Silicon Redefines Custom ASICs

Semiconductor Engineering sat down to discuss bespoke silicon and what’s driving that customization with Kam Kittrell, vice president of product management in the Digital & Signoff group at Cadence; Rupert Baines, chief marketing officer at Codasip; Kevin McDermott, vice president of marketing at Imperas; Mo Faisal, CEO of Movellus; Ankur Gupta, vice president and general manager of Siemens EDA’s Tessent Division; and Marc Swinnen, director of product marketing at Ansys

(Top left to right) Kam Kittrell, Cadence; Rupert Baines, Codasip; Kevin McDermott, Imperas; (lower, left to right) Mo Faisal, Movellus; Ankur Gupta, Siemens EDA; and Marc Swinnen, Ansys.)

(Top left to right) Kam Kittrell, Cadence; Rupert Baines, Codasip; Kevin McDermott, Imperas; (lower, left to right) Mo Faisal, Movellus; Ankur Gupta, Siemens EDA; and Marc Swinnen, Ansys.)

SE: The term ‘bespoke silicon’ is becoming more popular. Is there an agreed-upon definition?

McDermott: The idea of bespoke silicon started off with ASICs. When my career started, we were designing custom silicon because we just wanted the right thing to do the right job at the right time. And we wanted it our way, so doing an ASIC was a natural choice. At that time, 100,000 gates was a complex design, the NRE fee was not too bad, and volume was modest.

As the process costs changed, ASICs seemed to fall out of favor. If you’d asked this same question five years ago, no one was doing custom designs. Then along came RISC-V. You can adapt processing, you can do things your way. It’s just the right fit. At the same time, Moore’s Law seems to be tapering off, which means processes don’t deliver you the advantage they once did. It costs a lot more and you get less for the buck. People are starting to realize that one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t quite work. You’re giving up margin in multiple areas. These designs have hundreds of cores. Why aren’t they all doing just what they want in the right space, at the right time, for the right thing? Doing the right job, power efficiently, area efficiently, on time is a no-brainer. Custom silicon is back and hardware is cool.

Kittrell: My definition of bespoke silicon is an application-specific integrated circuit, up-marketed as the Neiman Marcus of ASICs. From what I can tell, it’s a renaming of custom ASICs. Bespoke silicon has brought back the ASIC business. We had a lot of friends doing ASIC back-end place-and-route. We saw them nearly go down, like the IBM team. They were sold to GF, and then they were sold to Marvell. Now they’ve got so many projects that they don’t know what to do. A lot of what’s driving this is hyper-scaler computing. They’re making their own silicon, or customizing their own silicon because they want to replicate these cards into the machine and put 10,000 machines in a data center, put 10,000 data centers on the planet, so they can deliver value added software to their customers. It’s a change in economics that has brought the ASIC back.

Baines: I agree with all those definitions. All things are cycles, and the pendulum swings. Twenty years ago, ASICs were very ‘in’ and systems companies were vertically integrated and had their own silicon teams. Then there’s this dynamic called Makimoto’s Wave. The wave swings the other way, everyone moves to standard silicon, the buzzword is not ASIC. It’s COTS (commercial off-the-shelf) and everyone uses standard silicon. Now the pendulum has swung back, and hyper-scalars, data centers, automotive companies, 5G base station companies are all looking to do their own custom circuits. It’s the nature of the economics.

Swinnen: My take is a little different. Companies have made ASICs for a long time. But there’s a qualitative difference, too, when we speak about bespoke silicon. We feel there’s something different, and we’re trying to struggle with what that is. It’s not so much the technology as the perspective of the companies. Silicon used to be a chip, somewhere on the board, somewhere in the machine. It wasn’t central to the company’s business. But silicon today has become so powerful, so big, and so important that the nature and quality of that silicon moves the needle of entire business divisions. It’s at that point customers say they need to control the silicon to be able to control their business. That is driving bespoke silicon. It’s less a technology change than a business one, and it’s driven by things like 3D-IC and AI/ML, which have made these systems so powerful that entire business units stand or fall by the quality of the silicon. And hence, they take control of it.

Faisal: Today, billions of people are watching YouTube, What’sApping, Instagramming, and everything else. These workloads are very different compared to the things we were doing 10 years ago. Now, with that in mind, companies like Google and Netflix realized that even 1% improvement in silicon directly impacts their cost. One percent of Google’s cost is hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars. You can build many teams to save that 1%, and that’s what’s going on. It’s full optimization, all the way to the end user behavior, then bringing it back down to how much energy is being consumed. You want to optimize the whole thing. Silicon is a really, really important piece of that.

Gupta: Tying back to the ASIC, everybody’s already defined bespoke silicon as custom hardware for specific, repetitive workloads. One example is the TPU. We all know about the Tensor Processing Unit from Google. Why did they decide to build bespoke silicon for the TPU? They were faced with a challenge, which is, they has a lot of machine learning going on in their data centers. They looked at the volume of, let’s say YouTube uploads. What’s going to happen in the next five years? If you do nothing, and just use general-purpose GPUs as accelerators, what does it mean to Google’s business? To multiple data centers, many more times over and above today’s capacity. How much is that going to cost? How much waste is in those data centers based on today’s general-purpose GPUs? When you start doing the math that way, I’m going to get perf per watt for general-purpose GPUs, but my perf per dollar doesn’t look so good anymore. Now, they put on their thinking cap and say, ‘I know these workloads. I can design better silicon — an accelerator that is designed for this specific workload.’ And in comes the GPU. Now you’re talking economics, back to the point that some of my panelists made. Microsoft’s holographic processing unit for the HoloLens is the same exact idea. General-purpose GPUs are not cost-effective.

SE: In the chip industry, we’ve talked for quite some time about software driving silicon, and driving all the applications. Now we’re now talking about focusing on the hardware to enable the software. How do you see the balance shifting between hardware and software?

Baines: Marc Andreessen was famously quoted as saying software will eat the world. What is less appreciated is that it’s only a partial quote. He actually said for the next decade, software will eat the world. And he said that in 2011. So to your point, yes, the software is essential and critical. But as others were saying, the workloads have changed. The tasks have changed. Hardware is changing to enable software to run more efficiently.

Faisal: For the whole of the electronics industry, thanks to software, our thought processes are changing. We’re designing fewer chips for consumers of chips. It’s more about designing chips that are going to make an impact on human behavior. Therefore, when you actually start talking about human behavior intelligence, now AI chips, how many AI chips can we make? Can I build an AI chip that’s going to do ‘YouTube Live’ versus ‘YouTube just upload’? Those latency differences are important because they’re directly connected to humans now. So it’s actually human behavior and intelligence and AI — all of that pressure is coming back to silicon right now, and that’s how we’re experiencing. I can’t think of a better time to be in this industry.

SE: There are a lot of overlapping interdependencies that we haven’t really seen before. Things are coming together in different ways. How does the bespoke approach, with different demands from the customer base, change how we do EDA development and the interaction with the customers? Who are your customers today and who are they going to be in 5 and 10 years?

Swinnen: A lot of bespoke silicon is coming from traditional system companies, or even software companies like Google and Facebook, and they have a few common characteristics. They’re new to EDA, so they buy complete suites from the get-go so they’re fresh in the sense they start from scratch. They are often cloud native from the get-go, not as an add on afterwards. Secondly, they have a lot of money, and their businesses are so dependent on this, as I mentioned, that they’re willing to throw a lot of money at solving this problem. They want the best, the fastest, the biggest. They’re somewhat hampered by the fact that they don’t necessarily have large experienced teams to implement this. They’re ramping up to that. We’ve always known in EDA that the top 20% of your customers drive the business, and they’re often the high-end users with big volume. And this sort of increases that. Bespoke silicon people have a lot of money, have a lot of demands, a lot of needs, and they’re driving EDA to bigger capacities. We were talking about chips or 3D-IC systems. A lot of them that are huge, and the reason they’re so important is because they’re so big and powerful. So it all feeds back on itself. They know they need to have high capacity to run this. They have high demands with real time analysis, and they are driving speed, capacity and capabilities in full. They want to use the latest process technologies. You see that the foundries are catering to these large customers by making customized versions of a silicon process specifically for some of the large customers. So yes, they’re definitely having an impact across the industry, driving more of what they need.

Gupta: I agree 100%. For the systems customers, who are the users? Today, they’re more systems architects than just chip designers. Five years ago, we were looking at chip architects who were faced with designing chips at reticle limits. How do you do that? It’s actually general-purpose GPUs and whatnot. Today what we see is systems architects who have a slightly different problem statement. Somebody is designing the hardware at the Googles and Amazons of the world. The systems architect’s job is to make sure the hardware lands on the fleet. If the hardware is just sitting there in the server rack but is not used, does it even exist? Now the systems architect is in charge of the software, too. So they are the ones who are driving today’s EDA in the sense that they’re designing the software stack — drivers, firmware. And then, within the next five years, they also will be looking at tools for things like debug, trace, and monitoring.

Baines: The point is that there are two sides to it. There’s the reason these new architectures exist, which is because there are new approaches and new software stacks, and that’s why you need a new architecture. But you can turn that around and say, ‘Because we’ve got a new architecture, we can therefore do this software, and do these analytics.’ And it’s not just because we use the chip to do the analytics for something else. We can say we can use analytics on the chip, and so there are ways of doing better debugging, ways of doing modeling. There’s AI in the design process, there’s AI in the verification, and it’s almost a circular economy. With these new chips, you need the better tools to design them. And when you’ve got the new chips, they enable better tools.

Swinnen: The GPU is an example of that. It originally was designed for graphics processing, and then they realized they could use it for other things.

McDermott: That’s one of the tradeoffs of this hardware/software co-development. You can’t design two things simultaneously because they’re interdependent. So there’s been this natural sequence where the latest-generation chip, the best test case you’ve got, the best bench case you’ve got, is last year’s software. There’s this sort of evolution. One innovates the other. the change that’s happened now with AI is these system companies have these free resources in the cloud. They’ve already bridged into multicore. We talked about multicore 10 or 15 years ago, going from two to hundreds of cores. So now they’ve got these algorithms running on a virtual platform in the cloud. They are fine-tuning with real datasets. They’ve got real use cases, but no silicon. So now this is the architects dream to go and engineer a chip to solve that problem. We’ve never had that before. Whenever we were coming up with an architecture for a new chip, we’d mock up these virtual platforms. ‘Give us a benchmark to ask them? Are you kidding me? It’s not going to work.’ Now we’ve got real datasets. They actually can run it on these virtual platforms. And it’s like hand in glove, which you can do this fine-tuning optimization. This systems view is changing the way we’re approaching silicon design.

Kittrell: Just the idea that what they’re doing is taking what was running in software, maybe power-hungry, maybe slower, and pushing it down to hardware, and it’s faster and it’s lower power. This has created a boom in the emulation FPGA prototyping market. These guys are buying huge systems because what they want to do is they get their architecture together. They want to run the real software to see what the power profile is going to be, then get that fine-tuned before they started doing the implementation. Emulation always has been a big part of doing advanced chips, but it’s an entry point must-have for one these teams now.

SE: Are the hyper-scalar companies driving the growth of prototyping and emulation?

Kittrell: In the past people would buy an emulation box and then guard it, and everybody would try to get onto it. Now they’re buying huge arrays at one time.

Faisal: Hardcore software engineers who are developing for the cloud and for these system companies, when they see these tools, are like, ‘Why is my licensing per processor, or this and that. They want everything on the cloud. ‘Just deliver me a user ID. I’ll do the rest.’ So Cadence has the cloud AWS partnership. That’s going to expand for all of EDA.

SE: How are different types of customers using cloud differently?

Kittrell: For cloud it’s been an interesting journey. For they hyper-scalers, whenever they’re using a computer, they’re on the cloud. It’s their native environment. The enticement for going on the cloud is the elastic compute. I can add more compute as needed. It is difficult to do a hybrid cloud solution for a lot of customers because there’s no getting around having to replicate the ‘lift and shift’ of your environment over into the cloud, and keep them in sync somehow in order to do this. There are a few applications that can spawn off jobs or send packets of workloads that are self-contained into the cloud and then return data back to the mothership. That’s an area that’s going to evolve. And some customers with a classic data center are intentionally scaling back their use of that, not buying new machines, and investing in new cloud resources so they will be 100% cloud in the end. They put the work up front in order to do the lift and shift, and the replication. But it’s just like if you opened up a data center in India and had a data center in the U.S. You need to connect them together and have them interoperate. It can be done, but it’s got to be intentional at a high level.

SE: Isn’t it true that for a lot of smaller companies it makes no sense to go to the cloud because it’s too expensive? It may be cheaper for them to maintain their own data centers.

Kittrell: There’s a tradeoff. If you’re using 70% of a machine’s time, it’s probably better to buy and to own. But then how much are you workload-limited? You’ve got only so much space.


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Gain hands-on experience through team-based and individual projects in this master's in software engineering, all while you further your understanding of the development and implementation of modern software systems.

Program skills

The MS program comprises 36 semester credit hours, culminated by either a Capstone Project or Thesis. The program combines in-depth, contemporary skill building with theoretical concepts taught in courses. Courses focus on hands-on work that leverages individual and team skills. Students learn to bridge cutting edge work with the needs of the industry. Core courses include subjects on software re-engineering, software modeling, and product line engineering, and ensure that graduates will possess both breadth and depth of knowledge in software engineering. The program provides students with the opportunity to tailor their program of study via technical electives and independent study.

Program facilities equipment

The department provides a variety of facilities where students collaborate on projects, polish their skills, and consult with faculty. Outfitted with the latest hardware and software technology, our facilities reflect our commitment to teamwork, interactive learning, and professional education. From the team rooms to the Collaboration Lab, our facilities are designed to support students and mimic a real-world software development environment.

Program job titles reported

Adjunct Faculty Member; Analyst; Application Engineer; Embedded Software Engineer; Flight Software Engineer; iOS App Developer; iOS Developer; Software Developer; Software Engineer; Software QA Engineer

Select program hiring partners

Adobe Systems, Altair Engineering, Inc., Amplify Education, Ashergroup, Ayco a Goldman Sachs Company, Draft Kings, EagleDream Technologies, Freshop, Google, Honeywell, HubSpot, IBM, L3Harris, MathWorks, Microsoft, Point Payments, Retail Business Services, Rochester Institute of Technology Department of Software Engineering, SpaceX, Vivial Media LLC

88.2%

Outcome Rates*

Total percentage of graduates who have entered the workforce, enrolled in full-time graduate study, or are pursuing alternative plans (military service, volunteering, etc.).

85%

Knowledge Rate

*Total percentage of graduates for whom RIT has verifiable data, compared to national average knowledge rate of 41% per NACE.

Outcome % of Students
Employed 88.20%
Full-time Graduate Study 0%
Alternative Plans 0%
Outcome % of Students
Employed 88.20%
Full-time Graduate Study 0%
Alternative Plans 0%

Experiential Learning

Cooperative Education

What’s different about RIT’s engineering education? It’s the opportunity to complete engineering co-ops and internships with top companies in every single industry. You’ll earn more than a degree. You’ll gain real-world career experience that sets you apart.

What makes an RIT education exceptional? It’s the ability to complete relevant, hands-on career experience. At the graduate level, and paired with an advanced degree, cooperative education and internships give you the unparalleled credentials that truly set you apart. Learn more about graduate co-op and how it provides you with the career experience employers look for in their next top hires.

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Killexams : Software Engineering BS

A software development degree that encompasses technical issues affecting software architecture, design, and implementation as well as process issues that address project management, planning, quality assurance, and product maintenance.

Program skills

Students learn principles, methods, and techniques for the construction of complex and evolving software systems. The software engineering program encompasses both technical issues affecting software architecture, designs and implementation, as well as process issues that address project management, planning, quality assurance, and product maintenance. The program has a strong emphasis on teamwork and communication skills. The software engineering coursework maintains a balance between engineering design and software processes in both required and elective courses. As with other engineering fields, mathematics and natural science fundamentals are taken in the early years.  A three-course sequence in a domain outside the program’s core requirements allows students to apply their software engineering skills to a variety of fields including science, engineering, and business. Finally, students complete a two-term senior project as the final demonstration of their abilities and preparation for immediate employment and long-term professional growth in software development organizations.

Program facilities equipment

The department provides a variety of facilities where students collaborate on projects, polish their skills, and consult with faculty. Outfitted with the latest hardware and software technology, our facilities reflect our commitment to teamwork, interactive learning, and professional education. From the team rooms to the Collaboration Lab, our facilities are designed to support students and mimic a real-world software development environment.

Program job titles reported

Application Engineer; Associate Software Engineer; Embedded Software Engineer; Full Stack Developer; Global Technology Analyst; iOS Developer; Quality Assurance Engineer; Software Test Engineer; System Infrastructure Engineer; Web Developer

Program significant points

  • RIT’s Software Engineering Program was the first undergraduate software engineering program in the US.
  • The Bachelor of Science degree program in Software Engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.

Select program hiring partners

Apple; Constant Contact; Datto; Facebook; Google; HubSpot; IBM; Intuit; JPMorgan Chase & Co; L3harris; Lockheed Martin; Microsoft; Oracle; U.S. Department of Defense; Wayfair

96.3%

Outcome Rates*

Total percentage of graduates who have entered the workforce, enrolled in full-time graduate study, or are pursuing alternative plans (military service, volunteering, etc.).

83.70%

Knowledge Rate

*Total percentage of graduates for whom RIT has verifiable data, compared to national average knowledge rate of 41% per NACE.

Outcome % of Students
Employed 96.30%
Full-time Graduate Study 0%
Alternative Plans 0%
Outcome % of Students
Employed 96.30%
Full-time Graduate Study 0%
Alternative Plans 0%

Accreditation

The bachelor of science in software engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.

Cooperative Education

Cooperative Education

What’s different about an RIT education? It’s the career experience you gain by completing cooperative education and internships with top companies in every single industry. You’ll earn more than a degree. You’ll gain real-world career experience that sets you apart. It’s exposure–early and often–to a variety of professional work environments, career paths, and industries.

Co-ops and internships take your knowledge and turn it into know-how. Your computing co-ops will provide hands-on experience that enables you to apply your computing knowledge in professional settings while you make valuable connections between classwork and real-world applications.

Students in the software engineering degree are required to complete three blocks (40 weeks) of cooperative education experience.

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Killexams : Cloud Security Market Size to Reach USD 106.02 Billion [2022-2029] | 18.1% CAGR

Fortune Business Insights

According to Fortune Business Insights, the global Cloud Security Market Size is projected to hit USD 106.02 Billion in 2029, at CAGR of 18.1 % during forecast period [2022-2026]; Rising Adoption of Cloud Computing Solutions & Applications to Augment Market Growth

Pune, India, Aug. 02, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The cloud security market size was USD 29.26 billion in 2021. The market is projected to grow from USD 33.13 billion in 2022 to USD 106.02 billion in 2029 at a CAGR of 18.1% during the 2022-2029 period. This vital information is presented by Fortune Business Insights™, in its report, titled, “Cloud Security Market Share, 2022-2029.” Factors such as the rising adoption of managed container services coupled with an ongoing trend of crypto-jacking will increase the market's footprint during the forecast period. Additionally, the rising adoption of cloud computing services and applications will boost the market's growth.

Industry Development

  • July 2020 – Fortinet Inc. announced the launch of a new security solution for Multi-Cloud, Fortinet Secure SD-WAN. This solution complements the company’s existing Secure SD-WAN Cloud On-Ramp abilities and helps businesses and users establish a secure connection with cloud solutions and cloud applications.

  • July 2021 – Microsoft Corporation acquired CloudKnox Security. This acquisition will help Microsoft offer cloud entitlement management and unified privileged access.

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Report Scope & Details:

Report Coverage

Details

Forecast Period

2022-2029

Forecast Period 2022 to 2029 CAGR

18.1%

2029 Value Projection

USD 106.02 billion

Base Year

2021

Market Size in 2021

USD 29.26 billion

Historical Data for

2018-2020

No. of Pages

160

Segments covered

Security Type, Enterprise Size, End-User, and Region

Cloud Security Market Growth Drivers

Rising Adoption of Cloud Computing Solutions & Applications to Augment Market Growth

Regional Insights

North America to Exert Dominance During Forecast due to Rising Initiatives by Government Bodies

  • North America is expected to hold the largest cloud security market share during the forecast period due to various initiatives undertaken by government agencies for increasing investments in security solutions to name a few. Additionally, rising collaborative efforts among the prominent players in the market coupled with increasing phishing and cyber-attacks will increase the footprint of the market in the region.

  • The Asia Pacific will account for a substantial market share in terms of global contribution due to a combinative effort between government agencies and private players in emerging economies such as China, India, Japan, South Korea, and South East Asia. Additionally, rising investments in cloud security will further strengthen the market’s growth in the region.

Drivers & Restraints

Rising Adoption of Cloud Computing Solutions & Applications to Augment Market Growth

Factors such as the rising implementation of cloud computing towards data monitoring solutions coupled with rising demand for massive storage applications will boost the cloud security market growth during the forecast period. Additionally, the rising adoption of managed container services and solutions coupled with increasing cyber-attacks will increase the footprint of the market. Also, an ongoing trend of crypto-jacking will fuel the growth of the market towards an extended boundary.

However, budget and data privacy measures will limit the growth of the market during the forecast period.

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Market Segmentations:

Based on security type, the market can be divided into identity and access management (IAM), data loss prevention (DLP), security information and event management (SIEM), Business continuity and disaster recovery, and others (operations management, etc.)

By enterprise size, the market can be broken down into large enterprises and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

With respect to end-user, the market can be segmented into IT and telecommunications, banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI), healthcare and life sciences, manufacturing, retail, government, energy and utilities, and others.

In terms of geography, the Cloud Security Market Share can be categorized into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East & Africa, and Latin America.

Segmentations

By Security Type

  • Identity and access management

  • Data loss prevention (DLP)

  • Security information and event management (SIEM)

  • Business continuity and disaster recovery

  • Others (Risk and Compliance Management, etc.)

By Enterprise Size

By End-user

  • IT and Telecommunications

  • Banking, Finance, Security and Insurance (BFSI)

  • Healthcare and Life Sciences

  • Manufacturing

  • Retail

  • Government

  • Energy and Utilities

  • Others (Energy and Utilities, Government, Others)

Report Coverage

The market report for cloud security includes a qualitative and quantitative analysis by presenting a detailed overview of the market size, growth, and volume for all segments and subsegments. Additionally, the report further provides the current market dynamics, ongoing and emerging trends, and a competitive landscape. Factors that are expected to impact the market in a meaningful way are also noted and elaborated.

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COVID-19 Impact

Pandemic to Cause a Positive Impact on Market Owing to Migration of Workloads from On-Site Towards Cloud

The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in a positive growth environment for the sector of cloud security due to the accelerated adoption of solutions and services. During the ongoing pandemic situation, huge growth in usage of containers was observed, triggering an increase in the market volume. Since a majority of the workforce transitioned into a work-from-home situation, rising demand for hybrid solutions was adopted which further led to an increase in the market share. Amid COVID-19, many organizations began shifting massive amounts of the workload from data centers and on-premises towards the cloud. This led to an exponential increase in cloud usage solutions, further leading to a boost in the cloud security market growth.

Competitive Landscape

Enhanced Product Offerings from Prominent Players to Help Exert Dominance During Forecast

The sector of cloud security is dominated by various players such as Microsoft Corporation, Cisco Systems, Inc., IBM Corporation, Palo Alto Networks, Inc., and Broadcom Inc. These players are focused on launching innovative products in order to strengthen their current product offering. For example, in August 2021, McAfee Inc. announced launching MVISION Private access. This will enable an approach for zero-trust access and extend data and threat protection capabilities for private applications that are hosted across hybrid IT environments. Other players are focused on employing strategic tactics such as mergers & acquisitions and collaborations for occupying a larger market share. For example, in July 2020, Quick Heal Technologies announced launching their next cybersecurity solution for various business practices from data breaches. This offering aims to integrate cloud-based email security, data protection and privacy suits from security attacks.

Companies Profiled in the Cloud Security Market Research Report:

  • Trend Micro Incorporated (Tokyo, Japan)

  • Cisco Systems, Inc. (California, U.S.)

  • McAfee, Inc. (California, U.S.)

  • Palo Alto Networks, Inc. (California, U.S.)

  • Check Point Software Technologies (Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel)

  • Microsoft Corporation (Washington, U.S.)

  • IBM Corporation (New York, U.S.)

  • Splunk Inc. (California, U.S.)

  • Alphabet Inc. (California, U.S.)

  • Amazon.com (Washington, U.S.)

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Major Table of Content Points:

  • Introduction

  • Executive Summary

  • Market Dynamics

  • Competition Landscape

    • Business Strategies Adopted by Key Players

    • Consolidated SWOT Analysis of Key Players

    • Global Cloud Security Key Players Market Share Insights and Analysis, 2021

  • Global Cloud Security Market Size Estimates and Forecasts, By Segments, 2018-2029

    • Key Findings

    • By Security Type (USD)

      • Identity and access management

      • Data loss prevention (DLP)

      • Security information and event management (SIEM)

      • Business continuity and disaster recovery

      • Other(operations Management, risk and compliance management)

    • By Enterprise Size (USD)

    • By End-user (USD)

      • IT and Telecommunications

      • Banking, Finance, Security and Insurance (BFSI)

      • Healthcare and Life Sciences

      • Manufacturing

      • Retail

      • Government

      • Energy and Utilities

      • Others (Transportation & warehousing , education services, etc.)

    • By Region (USD)

      • North America

      • Latin America

      • Europe

      • Middle East & Africa

      • Asia Pacific

  • North America Cloud Security Market Size Estimates and Forecasts, By Segments, 2018-2029

TOC Continued…!

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

1. Who has the best cloud security?

Microsoft Corporation, Cisco Systems, Inc., IBM Corporation, Palo Alto Networks, Inc., Broadcom Inc. and others are the major players in the global market.

2. How big is the cloud security market?

Fortune Business Insights says that the global market size was USD 29.26 billion in 2021 and is projected to reach USD 106.02 billion by 2029.

3. Which region held the highest share in the market?

North America dominated the market share in 2021.

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Killexams : With 12.2% CAGR, Risk Analytics Market Worth USD 54.95 Billion by 2027

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According to Fortune Business Insights, the global Risk Analytics Market size is projected to reach USD 54.95 billion in 2027, at a CAGR of 12.2% during the forecast period [2022 - 2027]. Businesses Adopting Reactive and Predictive Risk Models to Adequately Manage Risks have become Major Trend

Pune, India, July 28, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- A latest report by Fortune Business Insights titled, “Risk Analytics Market Size, Share and Covid-19 Impact Analysis, By Component, By Application, By Deployment, By Enterprise Size, By Industry, and Regional Forecast, 2020-2027,” estimated the market to rise from USD 22.18 billion earned in 2019 to rise at a CAGR of 12.2% and reach USD 54.95 billion by the end of 2027. The global Risk Analytics Market size is anticipated to witness significant growth on account of the increasing demand for risk mitigation to secure data from malicious attacks.

Risk analytics is a part of risk management that helps to examine the investment portfolios, security issues, information technology, and other crucial aspects of a company and scrutinizes the risks associated with taking business-related decisions.

Key Industry Developments of the Market include:

May 2019 – Thomas Reuters and IBM Corporation signed a collaborative agreement for integrating real-time regulatory models and artificial intelligence (AI) for helping banks meet the ever-increasing regulatory demands.

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Report Scope:

Report Coverage

Details

Forecast Period

2022 to 2027

Forecast Period 2022 to 2027 CAGR

12.2%

2027 Value Projection

USD 54.95 Billion

Base Year

2019

Risk Analytics Market Size in 2019

USD 22.18 Billion

Historical Data for

2016 to 2018

No. of Pages

160

Segments covered

Component, Deployment, Risk Type Application, Enterprises Size, Industry and Geography

Risk Analytics Market Growth Drivers

Increasing Adoption by Small and Middle Sized Companies to Augment Growth

Organizations Implementing Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based Risk Analytics Models to Mitigate Risks will Boost Growth

Mismeasurement of Known Risks and Complex Nature of Unstructured Data to Impact Business Functionalities

Regional Analysis-

North America Generated Significant Revenue Owing to Increasing Acceptance of Risk Management Technologies by Various Industries

Geographically, North America earned USD 7.49 billion in 2019 and emerged dominant with the increasing adoption of software and services to protect crucial data. Besides this, the small and large enterprises are also adopting cybersecurity management services for improving the efficiency of their business, thereby aiding in the expansion of the regional market.

On the other side, the market in the Asia Pacific is likely to gain impetus in the coming years on account of the advent of digital transformation, fewer cybersecurity practices in businesses, high internet access, and the increasing number of data violation cases. The increasing awareness about the importance of data protection is propelling the adoption of risk analytics. Therefore, this region is likely to rise significantly in the forecast period.

Driving Factor:

Increasing Adoption by Small and Middle Sized Companies to Augment Growth

A rise in the need of an all-in-one software for analyzing and detecting the overall digital performance of the firm or business is propelling the risk analytics market growth. This, coupled with the increasing number of cybercrime cases, malicious frauds, and other forms of data theft are expected to aid in the expansion of the market in the coming years. Additionally, the increasing complexities associated with the business processes across all small, medium, and large industries are likely to bode well for the market in the coming years.

On the negative side, the complex nature of unstructured data and mismeasurement of known risks may pose a major threat to the market in the coming years. Nevertheless, the adoption of predictive risk management on a large scale is likely to create lucrative growth opportunities for the market in the coming years, thereby surging the demand for analytics solutions.

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The Report Answers the Following Queries

  • What is the future of this market?

  • Will the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic affect the market positively or negatively and how?

  • What are the key drivers, restraints, and challenges of the market?

  • Which are the major industry insights to the market?

Market Segmentation:

Financial Risks Segment to Earn Dominance Accountable to Uncertainties of International Exchange Levels

Based on segmentation by application, the financial risks segment earned the largest risk analytics market share on account of the uncertainty related to the credit quality, stock values, international exchange levels, liquidity, and asset costs. The implementation of advanced analytics solutions will help financial firms and banks to predict consumer preferences and behavior for better evaluation.

Segmentations

By Component

By Risk Type Application

By Deployment

By Enterprise Size

By Industry

  • Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI)

  • IT and Telecommunications

  • Healthcare

  • Retail and Consumer Goods

  • Energy and Utilities

  • Manufacturing

  • Others (Media and Entertainment, Construction, and others)

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Competitive Landscape-

Moody’s Analytics, Inc. is Holding Largest Share Due to Diverse Portfolio

Amongst the list of players operating in the risk analytics market, Moody’s Analytics Inc. emerged dominant on account of its diverse portfolio and wide adoption, especially across the United States. Besides this, Moody’s approach to the development of analytics products and growth strategies is holistic and this may further help the company to continue dominating in the market in the coming years.

Fortune Business Insights™ lists out the names of Risk Analytics Solution Providers Functioning in the Market. They are as follows:

The emergence of COVID-19 has brought the world to a standstill. We understand that this health crisis has brought an unprecedented impact on businesses across industries. However, this too shall pass. Rising support from governments and several companies can help in the fight against this highly contagious disease. There are some industries that are struggling and some are thriving. Overall, almost every sector is anticipated to be impacted by the pandemic.

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Major Points in TOC:

  • Introduction

    • Definition, By Segment

    • Research Approach

    • Sources

  • Executive Summary

  • Market Dynamics

  • Key Insights

    • Macro and Micro Economic Indicators

    • Impact of COVID-19

      • Short-term Impact

      • Long-term Impact

    • Key Industry Developments – In Response to the COVID-19 Impact

    • Consolidated SWOT Analysis of Key Players

    • Porter’s Five Force Analysis

  • Global Risk Analytics Market Analysis, Insights and Forecast, 2016-2027

  • North America Risk Analytics Market Analysis, Insights and Forecast, 2016-2027

TOC Continued…!

FAQ:

How much is the market worth?

As per our study, the global market is predicted to reach USD 54.95 billion by 2027 with a CAGR of 12.2% (2020 -2027).

Which industries use these solutions?

Banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI) is the leading adoption area for risk analytics solutions.

How big is the market?

In 2019, the global market was USD 22.18 billion and it is anticipated to reach USD 54.95 billion by 2027, reflecting a CAGR of 12.2% during the forecast period from 2020 to 2027.

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Killexams : Cloud Storage Market worth $183.7 billion by 2027 - Exclusive Report by MarketsandMarkets™

CHICAGO, July 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- According to a research report "Cloud Storage Market by Component (Solutions and Services), Application (Primary Storage, Backup and Disaster Recovery, and Archiving), Deployment Type (Public and Private Cloud), Organization Size, Vertical and Region - Global Forecast to 2027", published by MarketsandMarkets™, the global Cloud Storage Market size is projected to grow from USD 78.6 billion in 2022 to USD 183.7 billion by 2027, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 18.5% during the forecast period.

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The demand for cloud storage is driven by the rising need for providing the remote workforce with ubiquitous access to data and files, increasing data volumes across enterprises, and cost-saving and low Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) benefits of cloud storage solutions.

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The services component grows at a higher CAGR during the forecast period

Services play a crucial role in the Cloud Storage Market as these services help before and after the deployment of cloud storage solutions to the clients. Service providers assist their clients in various phases, such as planning, deploying, maintaining, and upgrading cloud storage solutions. The following chapter explains the importance of cloud storage services, such as consulting; integration and implementation; and training, support, and maintenance.

Backup and Disaster recovery segment to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period

Backup and disaster recovery applications protect enterprise application data during disasters. They enable customers and enterprises to store and run their systems on the cloud, reduce costs, accelerate the recovery process, and free up resources for other important tasks. These solutions are gaining popularity as they are more reliable and save enterprises the task of maintaining the costly hardware infrastructure needed for backup and disaster recovery. The use of mock drill platforms for disaster recovery enables the addition of resources that can be deployed online in the event of a disaster; this further reduces the recovery time after a major failure. The benefits offered by disaster recovery and backup solutions include data synchronization, online viewing, and easy accessibility.

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Middle East and Africa to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period

The demand for IT infrastructure is expected to rise as the African countries will develop, thus contributing to the higher growth rate of the Cloud Storage Market. An increase in the number of investments for developing new technologies, such as cloud, AL, big data, and Business Intelligence (BI), would also lead to the growth of the Cloud Storage Market in Middle East & Africa. Cloud storage providers in this region are increasingly using this technology to control costs and Strengthen business operations. The Middle East has an excellent geographic location and infrastructure, and the gradual rise in income levels in Africa makes the Middle East & Africa region expect growth in the Cloud Storage Market in the coming years. The BFSI, IT, media and entertainment, and energy and utilities sectors rapidly contribute to cloud-based storage solutions and services in this region. AWS, a subsidiary of Amazon and provider of on-demand cloud computing platforms and APIs, is expanding its global footprints in the Middle East & Africa region to speed up the digital transformation.

Key Players

Market players profiled in this report include AWS (US), Google (US), Microsoft (US), IBM (US), Alibaba Cloud (China), Oracle (US), Rackspace Technology (US), HPE (US), Dell Technologies (US), Dropbox (US), Box (US), Tencent Cloud (China), Fujitsu (Japan), VMware (US), NetApp (US), Hitachi Vantara (US), Scality (US), Citrix (US), UpCloud (Finland), Huawei (China), DigitalOcean (US), Vultr (US), MinIO (US), Zadara (US), pCloud (Switzerland), Wasabi (US), Sync (Canada), and Degoo (Sweden). These players offer various cloud storage solutions to cater to the demands and needs of the market. Major growth strategies are adopted by the players including partnerships, collaborations and agreements, and new product launches/product enhancements.

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Killexams : Cloud Storage Market worth $183.7 billion by 2027 – Exclusive Report by MarketsandMarkets™

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Chicago, July 19, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Cloud Storage Market is projected to grow from USD 78.6 billion in 2022 to USD 183.7 billion by 2027, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 18.5% during the forecast period according to the new report by MarketsandMarkets™. The demand for cloud storage is driven by the rising need for providing the remote workforce with ubiquitous access to data and files, increasing data volumes across enterprises, and cost-saving and low Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) benefits of cloud storage solutions.

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The services component grows at a higher CAGR during the forecast period

Services play a crucial role in the Cloud Storage Market as these services help before and after the deployment of cloud storage solutions to the clients. Service providers assist their clients in various phases, such as planning, deploying, maintaining, and upgrading cloud storage solutions. The following chapter explains the importance of cloud storage services, such as consulting; integration and implementation; and training, support, and maintenance.

Backup and Disaster recovery segment to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period

Backup and disaster recovery applications protect enterprise application data during disasters. They enable customers and enterprises to store and run their systems on the cloud, reduce costs, accelerate the recovery process, and free up resources for other important tasks. These solutions are gaining popularity as they are more reliable and save enterprises the task of maintaining the costly hardware infrastructure needed for backup and disaster recovery. The use of mock drill platforms for disaster recovery enables the addition of resources that can be deployed online in the event of a disaster; this further reduces the recovery time after a major failure. The benefits offered by disaster recovery and backup solutions include data synchronization, online viewing, and easy accessibility.

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Middle East and Africa to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period

The demand for IT infrastructure is expected to rise as the African countries will develop, thus contributing to the higher growth rate of the Cloud Storage Market. An increase in the number of investments for developing new technologies, such as cloud, AL, big data, and Business Intelligence (BI), would also lead to the growth of the Cloud Storage Market in Middle East & Africa. Cloud storage providers in this region are increasingly using this technology to control costs and Strengthen business operations. The Middle East has an excellent geographic location and infrastructure, and the gradual rise in income levels in Africa makes the Middle East & Africa region expect growth in the Cloud Storage Market in the coming years. The BFSI, IT, media and entertainment, and energy and utilities sectors rapidly contribute to cloud-based storage solutions and services in this region. AWS, a subsidiary of Amazon and provider of on-demand cloud computing platforms and APIs, is expanding its global footprints in the Middle East & Africa region to speed up the digital transformation.

Key Players

Market players profiled in this report include AWS (US), Google (US), Microsoft (US), IBM (US), Alibaba Cloud (China), Oracle (US), Rackspace Technology (US), HPE (US), Dell Technologies (US), Dropbox (US), Box (US), Tencent Cloud (China), Fujitsu (Japan), VMware (US), NetApp (US), Hitachi Vantara (US), Scality (US), Citrix (US), UpCloud (Finland), Huawei (China), DigitalOcean (US), Vultr (US), MinIO (US), Zadara (US), pCloud (Switzerland), Wasabi (US), Sync (Canada), and Degoo (Sweden). These players offer various cloud storage solutions to cater to the demands and needs of the market. Major growth strategies are adopted by the players including partnerships, collaborations and agreements, and new product launches/product enhancements.

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