IDC: 2019 Nian public cloud services spending in Asia Pacific is expected to grow 47.1%.

Public cloud services and infrastructure spending, based on the new version of “IDC global semi-annual public cloud services spending Guide” (IDC Worldwide Semiannual Public Cloud Services Spending Guide), 2019 Asia-Pacific region (excluding Japan) is projected at $ 26 billion, compared to 2018 annual growth of 47.1%. Public cloud services spending is expected to grow at nearly double the forecast period, to 2023 will reach $ 76.1 billion, five-year compound annual growth rate of 33.9%.
Ashutosh Bisht IDC senior research director of customer insight and analysis of the Asia-Pacific region, said: “Improving business agility and speed are the main focus of the region’s adoption of cloud technology, access to new and improved features to make business more direct control over their IT procurement solutions are other priorities. IT governance and security issues is a major obstacle to the adoption of cloud technology, but in recent years the public perception of the safety of the public cloud has changed , improve IT security is now considered to be in one of the major drivers of public cloud. “infrastructure as a service (IaaS) cloud computing will be the largest category of expenditure , 2019 year of the overall expenditure category 50.2% public cloud spending, spending accounted for throughout the forecast period (2018-2023 years) will be more than half. 2019, Software as a Service (SaaS) ranks second in cloud expenditure, share of 39.03 percent, followed by the platform as a service (PaaS), the share was 10.7%. The main point of view, IaaS spending throughout the forecast period will be to maintain a balance, server spending trend is slightly higher than the storage expenses. SaaS expenditure includes applications and system infrastructure software (SIS), will buy the main application. PaaS spending by leading data management software, 2018– during the 2023 five-year CAGR will reach 55.6%. Throughout the forecast, professional services, banking and discrete manufacturing these three industries will account for more than one-third of public cloud services spending. For all industry, IaaS will be an important investment category in the development of data and compute-intensive service industries, the share of IaaS spending will increase. For example, The 2023 Control Engineering Copyright , IaaS spending is expected to account for more than 13.6% Professional Services public cloud services spending. However, construction and professional services public cloud spending will be the fastest growing industry, five-year CAGR of 41.6% and 40.9%, respectively. IDC Asia-Pacific research director Siew Choon Liew said: “The major cities in Asia Pacific smart city government plan to transform the old system and the use of public cloud services opens the door to the transformation of traditional IT In addition, authorities are relaxing on the banks regulated. regulated industries , in order to take advantage of public cloud services to provide better service. “2019, the Asia-Pacific region at large enterprises (over 1,000 employees) account for the overall public cloud spending 37.7%, medium-sized enterprises (headcount between 100-499 people) will be about 29.8% of total expenditure, followed by large-scale enterprises (between 500-999 employees), its share was 20.5%; small businesses (employees number 10-99) only a few percent, and small offices (1-9 employees) share of expenditures throughout the forecast period (2018-2023 years) will have smaller bits. From the geographical point of view, by 2019, China’s public cloud spending will reach $ 12.9 billion CONTROL ENGINEERING China Copyright , the Asia-Pacific region accounted for 49.7% of spending, the largest public cloud service national markets in the region. Australia ($ 3.9 billion) and India ($ 2.8 billion) ranked second and third respectively in the cloud spending in the region. “IDC Global Semi-annual public cloud services spending Guide” Depending on the type of cloud, 8 to 20 industries and 47 countries of the region and the size of the company’s five kinds of public cloud computing spending quantified. And other research industry is different is that the comprehensive spending guide is designed to help IT decision-makers a clear understanding of the scope and direction of spending within the various sectors in the next five years and is currently the field of public cloud services.

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