Data Center Hosting and Storage Australia Market Intelligence

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  • What are the key trends in Data Center Hosting and Storage Australia category?
  • Am I paying the right price?
  • Am I working with the right supplier?
  • What are the major challenges and risks in Data Center Hosting and Storage Australia industry?
  • How is Data Center Hosting and Storage Australia industry performing?

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Report Coverage

  • Porter's Five Forces Analysis: Data Center Hosting
  • Supplier Landscape and Engagement Criteria
  • Key Data Center Hosting Suppliers
  • Advantages of Outsourcing Infrastructure (Data Center) Services

Table of contents

  1. Data Center Hosting and Storage in Australia Executive Summary
  2. Data Center - Category Definition
  3. Global Data Center Outsourcing - Market Outlook
  4. TCO Calculation
  1. Data Center Hosting and Storage Australia Market Analysis
  2. Australian Data Center Services Market
  3. Global - Colocation vs. Managed Hosting
  4. Australia Data Center Colocation Market
  5. Australian Managed Hosting Market
  6. Market Trends
  7. Drivers and Constraints
  8. APAC Market Analysis
  9. Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
  1. Data Center Hosting and Storage Australia Supply Analysis
  2. Supply Market Outlook
  3. Key Australia Hosting Suppliers
  4. Key Australia Supplier Profiles and SWOT
  1. Data Center Hosting and Storage Australia Procurement Best Practices and Pricing Analysis
  2. In-house vs. Managed Hosting services
  3. Risk Benefit Analysis
  4. Enterprise Best Practices
  5. Pricing Methodologies
  6. Global Price Drivers
  7. Cost Driver Analysis
  1. Data Center Hosting and Storage Australia SLAs and KPIs
  2. SLAs
  3. KPIs
  4. Contract Pointers
  1. Data Center Hosting and Storage Australia Impact of Regulations on Data Center
  2. Impact of Data Sovereign Laws on Data Center
  3. List of Data Sovereignty Laws across Countries
  4. Data Center IT Regulations
  5. Environmental Regulations Impacting Data Centers

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Regional Market Outlook on Data Center Hosting and Storage

The Australian data center services market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 9.8 percent from 2015 to 2023. The growing demand for reduction in IT infrastructure expenses, physical space, security, and high power requirements are the major factors driving the market.

trends-data-center-hosting-and-storage-australia-market Co-location Market

  • The Australian co-location services market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 9.85 percent and reach $1.1 billion by 2023
  • In Australia, Melbourne remains the top area, in terms of highest installed capacity of co-location data center, followed by Brisbane and Adelaide
  • During 2017, the wholesale co-location revenue grew around 20 percent Y-o-Y, higher than the growth of the retail co-location market

Managed Hosting Market

  • The Australian managed hosting services market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 11.75 percent and reach $569.5 million by 2023
  • The growing importance of streamlining IT costs, limited IT expertise, and improving operations are the major factors driving the market
  • While managed hosting services are witnessing greater adoption, colocation services continue to dominate data center services revenue

Australian Market Outlook – Data Center Services 

  • The Australian data center outsourcing market is expected to grow at a near double-digit pace and reach AUD 1.7 billion by 2023, mainly driven by shrinking IT budgets, limited IT expertise, and increasing operational overhead within enterprises
  • The Australian market continues face competition in the Asia Pacific region, particularly from Singapore and Malaysia.

Key Business Segments

  • Data center co-location: Customers can rent/lease out data center space from third- party vendors, where options, like power, security, and bandwidth, are readily available
  • Dedicated hosting: Service providers will provide the infrastructure and hardware configuration required to run a data center, with only limited services
  • Managed hosting: Extension of dedicated hosting, it also includes complete end-to-end management services

Australian Landscape

  • The market is fragmented in nature, and no single vendor contributes to more than 15 percent to the overall data center raised floor space in 2017
  • The impetus provided by the exponential growth of hyperscale cloud vendors has made data center providers to extensively focus on attaining scale to provide network-abundant, hyperscale-ready facilities to support such requirements

Co-location and Managed Hosting – Global Drivers and Constraints

Drivers

Flexible plans

  • Co-location and managed hosting vendors provide flexible payment structures, suited to every organization's needs
  • Enterprises can choose the plan depending on criticality of application and technical specification of device they propose to proceed with

Minimal latency

  • While the performance of devices is completely outsourced in a managed hosting model, enterprises need not worry about computing performance or the latency involved

Zero downtime

  • The hosting vendors make sure that servers, platforms, and network infrastructure are constantly monitored and ensure that enterprises operate without any downtime
  • Hiring and training an in-house team to manage data centers would prove to be expensive for enterprises

Backup and security

  • Hosting vendors also make sure that data is backed up and safe, even in cases of technical failure or natural disasters
  • Global hosting vendors are capable of securing data and ensuring they adhere to the security guidelines and regulations governing that region/industry

Constraints

High cost

  • Vendors in the hosting space charge a high fee for managed hosting services, as they take care of end-to-end management activity of data center
  • Organizations need to analyze the applications that should be co-located and managed in-house vs. completely outsourcing to a managed hosting vendor

Reduced flexibility

  • Through managed hosting, organizations will have reduced control over the administrative access of servers
  • Enterprises will have to rely on the hosting provider every time for management activities of a data center
  • As enterprises have ownership only of the data and not of physical device itself, they find it difficult to terminate current agreement with the vendor

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