A brand new report printed by Info Providers Group (ISG), a world expertise analysis and advisory agency reveals that enterprises within the Nordic area wish to cloud and information heart companies suppliers to assist them handle their transfer to hybrid IT and multi-cloud environments.
The 2020 ISG Supplier Lens Subsequent-Gen Non-public/Hybrid Cloud – Information Middle Providers & Options Report for the Nordics signifies that hybrid and multi-cloud setups turning into the brand new regular within the Nordic area. In keeping with the report, greater than half of all firms within the Nordics are planning emigrate their purposes to a multi-cloud mannequin.
Jan Erik Aase, director and world chief, ISG Supplier Lens Analysis, stated,
“With the appearance of complicated and superior applied sciences, firms are not capable of deal with all points of IT transformation on their very own. Firms outsource all or a part of their IT and cloud administration to save lots of prices, to give attention to their core companies and to entry modern companies from suppliers.”
On the identical time, within the colocation house, hyperscalers are driving development on this phase within the Nordics. Colocation service suppliers that assist firms adjust to laws are getting extra vital. Furthermore, the information heart market within the area has an elevated use of robotic monitoring techniques, together with sensors and video surveillance, the report provides. There will probably be a rising demand for managed internet hosting companies within the Nordics within the subsequent two to 3 years.
Nordic enterprises are exploring hyper-converged infrastructure companies; nevertheless, adoption is low in contrast with different components of Europe. Nordic enterprises purpose to cut back energy, house and cooling prices.
The 2020 ISG Supplier Lens Subsequent-Gen Non-public/Hybrid Cloud – Information Middle Providers & Options Report for the Nordics names Basefarm (Orange Enterprise Providers) as a pacesetter in 5 quadrants, and TeitoEVRY as a pacesetter in 4. ATEA and IBM are named as leaders in three quadrants, and Capgemini, Cisco, DXC Know-how, Fujitsu and T-Programs are named leaders in two. Accenture, Broadcom/Symantec, Verify Level, Dell EMC, DigiPlex, Equinix, Ficolo, HCL, HPE, Interxion, Juniper Networks, KMD, LTI, Nordlo, Nutanix, Palo Alto Networks, TCS, Pattern Micro, VMware and Wipro are all named leaders in a single quadrant.