Report on Global IT Infrastructure Monitoring Market is categorically split into five segments, namely market analysis by type, deployment model, end user, vertical, and region. The report analyzes the IT infrastructure monitoring market in terms of market value (US$ Bn).
In the same section, PMR covers the IT infrastructure monitoring market performance on the basis of end user. This section includes PMR?s analysis of the key trends, drivers, and restraints from the supply and demand perspective. Impact analysis of the key growth drivers and restraints, based on the weighted average model, is included in this report to better equip clients with crystal clear decision-making insights.
1. The service type segment accounted for the highest revenue share of 68.3% of the overall IT infrastructure monitoring market in 2015 in terms of revenue. 2. The cloud/hosted segment is expected to expand at the highest CAGR of 10.1% in terms of value during the forecast period. In terms of market share, the on premise segment accounted for 69.8% revenue share of the overall market in 2015 and is expected to dominate the overall market during the forecast years. 3. The SMEs segment is expected to expand at the highest CAGR of 8.5% in terms of value during the forecast period. In terms of market share, the large enterprises segment accounted for 73.0% revenue share of the overall market in 2015 and is expected to dominate the overall market during the forecast years. 4. The healthcare segment is expected to expand at the highest CAGR of 7.2% in terms of value during the forecast period. In terms of market share, the BFSI segment accounted for 40.0% revenue share of the overall market in 2015 and is expected to dominate the overall market during the forecast years.
Key players in the global IT Infrastructure Monitoring market include Key players in the global IT infrastructure monitoring market include 1. Centreon, 2. CA Technologies, 3. Splunk Inc., 4. Nagios Enterprises, LLC, 5. AppDynamics, Inc., 6. ScienceLogic, Zabbix LLC., 7. Spiceworks Inc., 8. Datadog, Inc., 9. SevOne, Inc., 10. PagerDuty, Inc.. 11. Other
Market Restraints —
Security Concerns: For the solutions requiring public connectivity, security is of vital importance. For instance, in case of a cloud network monitoring solution, trust is needed to be placed in the cloud provider. Cloud- based solutions have a wider attack surface, as compared to in-house network monitoring solutions, which can be disconnected from the public network. Cloud providers offering network monitoring solutions/services have several methods of connecting their monitoring solutions with the organization, which mainly revolve around an encrypted session. This encrypted session is set up between the cloud provider and either individual devices or an internal collector. Thus, considering the specifics of this connection when selecting a provider, is of utmost importance. According to Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, a California nonprofit corporation, in October 2014, a cyber-attack occurred on Lokai Holdings LLC., wherein hackers gained access to web servers and were able to steal customers’ private information. There are several limitations with regard to traditional monitoring systems such as operational complexity, incomplete view of the data center as a whole, and limited support for devices in the infrastructure. Information regarding various devices and applications are stored in a number of different systems throughout the organization, which makes monitoring and assessment of issues in the data center ineffective. Additionally, it makes proactive evaluation of potential risks or forecasting the needs in the future difficult.
Market Trends —
Continuous migration of server infrastructure to cloud : Enterprises are migrating their server infrastructure to the cloud, mainly because of slashing CapEx (capital expenditure) while reducing OpEx (operating expenditure) and increasing access. If an enterprise makes the shift to a public cloud, its visibility in the company may increase, but visibility into its service infrastructure will decrease, i.e., cloud means giving up control of enterprises’ network and trusting the orchestration layer to get it done. However, with increasing monitoring services and solutions, enterprises can monitor the network directly from cloud-based servers in an IaaS environment. Additionally, several companies are offering a wide range of products to restore the management abilities, which client loses while shifting to the cloud. Today, enterprises strategize to expand the scope of their internal IT teams by putting their skillsets to work on growth and high-visibility projects. To achieve this, enterprises are increasingly outsourcing server and network management and monitoring to vendors. To capitalize on this trend of outsourcing, service providers are offering a comprehensive suite of monitoring and management services. For instance, in February 2014, EarthLink – a U.S. based IT services, network and communications provider – launched two IT infrastructure services: server management and monitoring,and network management and monitoring.