Infrastructure Software - OCT19 TSIS
Vendors: Atlassian, BMC Software, Broadcom, Chef, Cisco, CloudBees, Collibra, Commvault, Compuware, Confluent, Datavail, Datawire, Dell EMC, Docker, Dynatrace, GitLab, Google, HashiCorp, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, IPsoft, JFrog, Juniper, Micro Focus, Microsoft, NetScout, Nutanix, Octopus Deploy, Oracle, Pivot3, Pivotal Cloud Foundry, Puppet, Quest Software, Red Hat, Riverbed, SAP, SolarWinds, TIBCO, Tangoe, Turbonomic, Ubuntu (Open Source Linux OS), VMware, WSO2, salesforce.com, Segment
Sector: Infrastructure Software
In this report, ETR examines updated 2H19 Infrastructure Software spend with a focus on sector trends and individual vendor performance within the sector.
Further, ETR reviews Adoption and Replacement reasoning within Infrastructure Software as to determine which metrics CIOs view as critical when adopting and replacing vendors within their Infrastructure Software stack (e.g. TCO, Security, Alignment with Cloud Vendors, Long-Term ROI, Implementation Cost, etc.)
Next, the report observes individual vendor performance within Infrastructure Software by ranking vendors based on their updated 2H19 Net score (i.e., spend velocity for 2H19 vs 2H18), Adoption %, Replacing % and market share change within our sample. Finally, the report analyzes and ranks these vendors through key customer subsamples - Fortune 500 and Giant Public + Private (i.e., Global 2000 + Forbes Private 225 + US Federal Government).