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市場調查報告書

西歐的系統服務管理軟體的廠商市場佔有率:2016年、2017年前期

Western Europe System and Service Management Software Vendor Shares, 2016 and 1H17

出版商 IDC 商品編碼 600495
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 12 Pages
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西歐的系統服務管理軟體的廠商市場佔有率:2016年、2017年前期 Western Europe System and Service Management Software Vendor Shares, 2016 and 1H17
出版日期: 2018年01月16日 內容資訊: 英文 12 Pages
簡介

本報告提供西歐的系統服務管理軟體市場相關調查分析,市場規模,加上市場整體趨勢,競爭情形相關的系統性資訊。

IDC的市場佔有率價值

摘要整理

對技術供應商的建議

市場佔有率

主要企業

市場背景

  • 重要的市場趨勢

調查手法

市場定義

  • 活動管理工具
  • 工作負載調度、自動化軟體
  • 輸出管理工具
  • 效能管理軟體
  • 變更與形態管理軟體
  • 問題管理軟體

相關調查

目錄
Product Code: EMEA43473217

This IDC study provides 1H17 and 2016 revenue and market shares for key vendors in the Western European systems and on-premises service management software market as well as gives an overview of their positioning. It also offers guidance to help vendors leverage market opportunities and advice for end-user organizations. The data presented in this study represents IDC's best estimates of vendor-specific revenue and market shares based on IDC's semi-annual European software tracker data and research as of November 2017. This report will be followed by a report on the public cloud portion of the system management software market."System management solutions play a critical role in the implementation of multicloud strategies in European organizations. European businesses are looking for system management software solutions that provide flexibility, rapid deployment, advanced analytics, and integrated solutions," said Michael Ceroici, research analyst, IDC European Infrastructure.

IDC Market Share Figure

Executive Summary

Advice for Technology Suppliers

Market Share

  • 1H17 Vendor Performance

Who Shaped the Year

Market Context

  • Significant Market Developments

Methodology

Market Definition

  • Event Management Tools
  • Workload Scheduling and Automation Software
  • Output Management Tools
  • Performance Management Software
  • Change and Configuration Management Software
  • Problem Management Software

Related Research

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