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Worldwide Composable/Disaggregated Infrastructure Forecast, 2018-2023

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Worldwide Composable/Disaggregated Infrastructure Forecast, 2018-2023
Published: August 30, 2018 Content info: 14 Pages

This IDC study provides a size and forecast for the worldwide composable/disaggregated infrastructure market from 2018 to 2023. IDC estimates this market - which consists of appliances/platforms, software, and associated hardware drag - to be $751.5 million in 2018. Further, IDC predicts that this market will grow at a CAGR of 58.2% to reach $4.7 billion in 2023."New IT on-premises infrastructure deployments, mostly in the form of private cloud, will fuel aggressive investments in composable/disaggregated infrastructure," said Ashish Nadkarni, group VP for IDC's Worldwide Infrastructure practice. "The maturity of newer low-latency and high-bandwidth fabrics and interconnects will accelerate the development of newer CDI products and solutions."

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Product Code: US44224418

Table of Contents

IDC Market Forecast Figure

Executive Summary

Advice for Technology Suppliers

Market Forecast

Market Context

  • Drivers and Inhibitors
    • Drivers
      • Maturity of New Fabrics and Interconnects
      • Demand for New Memory-Centric Infrastructure
    • Inhibitors
      • Stickiness of Hyperconverged Infrastructure
      • The Question of Cloud
      • Solution Looking for a Problem
  • Significant Market Developments
  • Changes from Prior Forecast

Market Definition

  • Disaggregation: Scaling Beyond Physical Servers and Racks
  • Composability: Infrastructure as a Code
  • Attributes of Composable/Disaggregated Systems
    • Independent Scaling
    • Common Unified APIs
    • Management and Templates
  • Similarities and Differences with Existing Technologies and Markets
    • With Converged and Hyperconverged Infrastructure
    • With Software-Defined Infrastructure
    • With Server Virtualization
    • With Infrastructure Software and Computing Platforms (aka Servers)


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