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India System Infrastructure Applications Market 2010-2015 Analysis and Forecast

LONDON, Feb. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportbuyer.com just published a new market research report:

India System Infrastructure Applications Market 2010-2015 Analysis and Forecast

This IDC study discusses highlights across the software market in India for 1H11. Market assumptions are discussed as they contribute to building the overarching market qualitative and quantitative software market forecast. The forecast market outlook spans a five-year period, from 2010 to 2015. The analysis dissects the system infrastructure software market in India, the related top-line markets and leading indicators from a number of functional markets are called out to identify areas driving growth and uptake in specialized markets or capabilities.

"In 1H11, the system infrastructure applications market grew 12% over 1H10 to reach US$391.6 million. The major drivers would be alignment of the business processes, compliance and regulatory requirements, reduced and resource optimization," says Arun Kumar Singh, Market Analyst, Software and Security Appliance, IDC India. "Going forward the adoption of cloud computing and virtualization will grow among the organizations to optimize, streamline and secure the business process. With growing consumerization of IT and industry convergence, the system infrastructure will be easily consumable by the organizations and self managed and provisioned by themselves going forward. However, systems integrators and other partners will play a critical role in offering services (consulting, integration, and managed services) while deploying system infrastructure applications," he adds.

Table of Contents

IDC Opinion

In This Study

Methodology

Executive Summary

Situation Overview

Macroeconomic Situation in India, 1H11

India System Infrastructure Applications Market, 1H11

Security Software

Storage Software

Market Drivers

Market Inhibitors

System and Network Management Software Market

Market Drivers

Market Inhibitors

System Software

Future Outlook

System Infrastructure Software

Forecast and Assumptions

Market Context

Learn More

Related Research

Introduction to Packaged Software

General Functional Market Definitions

Definitions

System Infrastructure Software Market Definitions

System and Network Management Software

Event Management ToolsWorkload Scheduling and Automation SoftwareOutput Management ToolsPerformance Management SoftwareChange and Configuration Management SoftwareProblem Management SoftwareNetwork Management Software

Security Software

Identity and Access ManagementSecure Content and Threat ManagementSecurity and Vulnerability Management SoftwareOther Security Software

Storage Software

Data Protection and Recovery SoftwareData Protection SoftwareContinuous Data Protection SoftwareBare Metal Restore SoftwareVirtual Tape Library SoftwareBackup and Recovery Reporting SoftwareStorage Replication SoftwareHost Replication SoftwareSystem and Data Migration SoftwareFabric and Appliance-Based Replication SoftwareArray-Based Replication SoftwareReplication Management SoftwareArchiving SoftwareEmail Archiving SoftwareFile Archiving SoftwareFile System SoftwareStorage and Device Management SoftwareSRM and Heterogeneous SAN Management SoftwareSRM and SAN Management Software for Homogeneous EnvironmentsStorage Device Management SoftwareOther Storage Management SoftwareStorage Infrastructure SoftwareVirtualization and Volume Management SoftwareAccess and Path Management SoftwareAutomated Storage Tiering SoftwareOther Storage Software

System Software

Operating Systems and SubsystemsAvailability and Clustering SoftwareVirtual Client ComputingDesktop VirtualizationApplication VirtualizationVirtual User SessionVirtual Machine SoftwareOther System Software

Methodology

Forecast Information Sources

The Forecasting Process

Company-Level Data Collection

Exchange Rates

essential guidance

Synopsis

Table: India Systems Infrastructure Software Market Revenue Forecast by Secondary Market, 2011-2015 (US$M)

Table: India Security Software Market Revenue Forecast by Functional Market, 2011-2015 (US$M)

Table: India Storage Software Market Revenue Forecast by Functional Market, 2011-2015 (US$M)

Table: India System and Network Management Software Market Revenue Forecast by Functional Market, 2011-2015 (US$M)

Table: India System Software Market Revenue Forecast by Functional Market, 2011-2015 (US$M)

Table: Top 3 Forecast Assumptions for the India System Infrastructure Software Market, 2011-2015

Table: Key Forecast Assumptions for the India Packaged Software Market, 2010-2015

Table: India System Infrastructure Software Market Revenue, 2011-2015: Comparison of May 2011 and November 2011 Forecasts (US$M)

Table: System Infrastructure by Secondary Market: Packaged Software Functional Taxonomy, 2011

Table: India Exchange Rate

Figure: India Systems Infrastructure Software Market Revenue Forecast by Functional Market, 2010-2015 (US$M)

Figure: India Security Software Market Revenue Shares, 1H11

Figure: India Storage Software Market Revenue Shares, 1H11

Figure: India System and Network Management Software Market Revenue Shares, 1H11

Figure: India System Software Market Revenue Shares, 1H11

Figure: India System Infrastructure Software Market Revenue, 2010-2015: Comparison of May 2011 and November 2011 Forecasts (US$M)

Figure: Packaged Software Revenue Model

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