Bare Metal Cloud Market Shares and Strategies of Major Key Players For 2025

The bare metal cloud serves as an alternative for virtualized cloud services with the help of a dedicated server environment. It basically aims at minimizing the overhead occurring as a result of virtual technology implementation without sacrificing the scalability, flexibility and efficiency. In addition, bare metal cloud servers can be deployed with the help of cloud like service model that does not require any recipient or host and also need not to be virtualized. A dedicated server is required to scale and balance the arrangement of this model. A dedicated hardware is attributed without including any additional storage.

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In addition, a bare metal cloud server, unlike the conventional cloud service models, can support large workloads. Being an emerging Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) alternative, bare metal cloud aims at combining the features of both IaaS and traditional hosting for providing high performance workloads. The global Bare Metal Cloud market is expected to grow at a swift rate during the forecast period from 2017 to 2025 owing to the increasing adoption of bare metal servers.

Global Bare Metal Cloud market is segmented into services and end user industry. On the basis of services, the market is segmented into networking services, identity and access management services, business consulting services, training and support services, implementation services, compute services, database services, volume and object storage services and others. End user industry segment is further segregated into Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance (BFSI), IT and Telecom, healthcare, manufacturing, retail, food and beverages, construction and chemical among others. The major driving factors responsible for the growth of global Bare Metal Cloud market size include growth in development of government regulations, inclination towards cloud-based services and rise in demand for wireless communication. However, the high costs associated with the maintenance and expensive hardware is restraining the growth of global Bare Metal Cloud market.  Lightweight hypervisors and stringent cloud regulations are other factors restraining the growth of this market during the forecast period from 2017 to 2025.However, bare metal cloud for batch processing applications and microservices followed by growing interest in Open Compute Project (OCP) and bare metal cloud for Big Data and Devops Applications are the main opportunity factors in the growth of global Bare Metal Cloud market.

Globally, on the basis of geography, Bare Metal Cloud market has been segmented into North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America and Middle- East and Africa (MEA). In 2016, North America held the largest share of the Bare Metal Cloud market owing to the presence of large number of corporations that focuses on research and development in cloud environment as part of their key strategy to invest in. European Bare Metal Cloud market is estimated to grow at a fast pace, owing to the major cloud initiatives undertaken by various countries which include Germany (Trusted Cloud), the U.K. (CloudFirst), and Spain (Public Sector Cloud Initiatives) among others. Asia Pacific region is projected to be the fastest growing regional market owing to increasing number of market entrants .In addition, G-Cloud initiative undertaken by the government in Singapore to provide software-as-a-service and IaaS along with the use of bare metal servers is also expected to boost the demand of global Bare Metal Cloud market in coming years. All these factors are expected to increase the demand of Bare Metal Cloud market during the forecast period from 2017- 2025.

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The major players operating in the global Bare Metal Cloud market includes CenturyLink, Inc. (The U.S.), Rackspace Hosting, Inc. (The U.S.), IBM Corporation (The U.S.) and Internap Corporation (The U.S.) and Media Temple (The U.S) among others.

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