IaaS market in Russia
J’son & Partners Consulting presents the results of the research of the Russian Market of Cloud Solutions Iaas.
Infrastructure as a Service (iaaS) means provision (automatic or by demand) of the datacenter infrastructure elements (computation powers, containers, network parameters) as well as network resources (flow capacity reserving, VPN, etc.) with SLA1 support of corporate class according to availability parameters, productivity and safety. IaaS service are destined to substitute and to add the services of secondary hosting and the services of commercial datacenters.
At the moment Russian IaaS market is not developed in Russia, the majority of companies are not ready to pass to cloud services use. In the next years the situation may change: IaaS market volume will increase resulting in decrease of the secondary datacenters services market (for instance, the secondary hosting).
Russian Datacenter Market
By the end of 2011 the total effective area of Russian commercial datacenters was 60.980 square meters having increased for more than 60% in comparison with 37.500 square meters by the end of 2010. Significant increase of datacenters useful area in 2011 became possible by means of current datacenters extending, as well as because of new market participants appearance.
The largest growth of effective area was shown in Moscow, but in the recent 2 years the share of Moscow market in areal expression has been decreasing, what is first of all connected with the active construction of the last and the current years in Saint-Petersburg and other regions.
|Табл. 1. Russian Datacenters Effective Area, square meters
|Moscow and Moscow region
|Saint-Petersburg and Leningrad region
|Total, Russian Federation
About 51% of Russian datacenters effective area accounts for Moscow and Moscow region, about 25% - for Saint-Petersburg and Leningrad region, about 24% - for other Russian regions.
The largest income is received by the datacenters of Moscow and Moscow region, their share in the total Russian datacenters income is 60,5%, the income of datacenters of Saint-Petersburg and Leningrad region and of the other Russian regions is 29,7% and 9,8% of the total Russian datacenters income, respectively.
Russian Market of Secondary Hosting
Secondary hosting is a service of provision with the virtual server and enabling its day-and-night working capacity.
In terms of this service software enabling the work of necessary service, but working on one architecture with other similar servers is provided.
According to the estimates of J’son & Partners Consulting Russian Hosting Market will show average increase fir about 20-30% per year in the perspective up to 2016.
IaaS services in the Russian market are presented by 8 large participants:Active, Clodo, Cloud One, KROK, Parking.ru, Selectel, I-Techo and Oversun.
KROK Company is the leader concerning the earnings, followed by I-Techo Company. Both companies deal with large business. This triad is closed by Parking.ru.
In comparison of the companies by the number of customers the situation looks a bit different. Here the leader is Oversun Company serving over 9 thousand customers, followed by Clodo project, and this triad is closed by Selectel Company.
According to J’son & Partners Consulting, in 2011 IaaS market in monetary terms amounted 380 million RUR.
Cloud Services IaaS Market is constantly growing its popularity in Russia. In the nearest three years the rates of this market growth will be about 150-250% per year, and the total market volume will reach 3 billion RUR.
Contents of Complete Version of the Report «Russian IaaS Market»
1.1. Aims and Goals of Investigation
1.2. Methodology and Sources
2. Macroeconomic Values
2.1. Estimation of Companies of Small, Medium and Big Business in Russia
2.1.1. Estimation of Small Business Companies
2.1.2. Estimation of Medium Business Companies
2.1.3. Estimation of Big Business Companies
2.2. Estimation of Small and Big Business Companies Distribution According to Spheres of Activity
2.3. Plans of Telecommunication Services Development and Application by Corporate Customers
3. Russian IaaS Market Analysis
3.1. Analysis of Russian Market of Services Technologically Preceding and Concurring with IaaS Services
3.1.1. IT-outsourcing and System Integration Market
3.1.2. Russian Market of Datacenters
3.1.3. Offers for Russian Market of Datacenters
184.108.40.206. Market Development Forecasting
220.127.116.11. Competition at the Market of Datacenters
18.104.22.168.1. «Post Lease» Service
22.214.171.124.2. «One Unit Lease» Service
126.96.36.199.3. «Dedicated» Service
3.1.4. Development Factors and Barriers of Datacenter Services Market
188.8.131.52. Competition with Western Companies
184.108.40.206. Competition with Own Datacenters
3.1.5. Russian Market of Secondary Hosting: Volume and Structure According to Services
220.127.116.11. The Level of Services Demand
18.104.22.168. The Main Users Segments of the Service
22.214.171.124. Factors and Barriers of Secondary Hosting Development
3.2. Analysis of Russian Participant of Cloud Services Market
3.2.1. Comparison of Business-Models of Russian IaaS Operators
3.2.2. Russian IaaS Services Market: Estimation “From Below”
3.2.3. IaaS Market
126.96.36.199.1. Brief Information
188.8.131.52.2. General Information
184.108.40.206.1. Brief Information
220.127.116.11.2. General Information
18.104.22.168. Cloud One
22.214.171.124.1. Brief Information
126.96.36.199.2. General Information
188.8.131.52.1. Brief Information
184.108.40.206.2. General Information
220.127.116.11.4. IaaS Services
18.104.22.168.1. Brief Information
22.214.171.124.2. General Information
126.96.36.199.1. Brief Information
188.8.131.52.2. General Information
184.108.40.206.1. Brief Information
220.127.116.11.2. General Information
18.104.22.168.1. Brief Information
22.214.171.124.2. General Information
3.3. Results of Interview of Russian Users and Potential Customers of IaaS Services
3.3.1. Sample Description
3.3.2. Use of Primary and Secondary Datacenter Services
3.3.3. Relation with the Services of IaaS class
126.96.36.199. Cloud Services and Service Application Awareness Level
188.8.131.52. Popularity of “cloud” providers
184.108.40.206. Characteristics according to the Groups of Interest
3.3.4. Necessary Modifications
3.3.5. Characteristics of Cloud Services Users
3.4. IaaS Services Pricing
3.4.1. Security as the Limiting Factor
3.5. Review of Russian Private Cloud Services Market
Listing of Tables
Table 1. Number of Small Business Companies According to Federal Districts, 2011
Table 2. Number of Medium Business Companies According to Federal Districts, 2011
Table 3. Share of Small and Medium Companies According to Activity Areas and Federal Districts, H1 2011
Table 4. Share of Small and Medium Companies According to Activity Areas in Moscow and Saint-Petersburg, Н1 2011
Table 5. Earnings Volume According to the Key IT-Outsourcing Market Participants
Table 6. Dynamics of Useful Space of Commercial Datacenters, 2007-011, square meters
Table 7. Forecast of Commercial Datacenters Development in Russia, million USD, 2012-2016
Table 8. The Cost of Channel Lease Services in Russia and in Moscow, 2011-2016
Table 9. The Largest Commercial Datacenters Providers According to the Total Spaces of Exploited Halls
Table 10. The Post Lease Cost in Moscow Datacenters of Tier 2+/Tier 3 level, Q1 2012
Table 11. The Post Lease Cost in Moscow Datacenters below Tier 2+, level Q1 2012
Table 12. The Post Lease Cost in Saint-Petersburg Datacenters of Tier 2+/Tier 3 level, Q1 2012
Table 13. The Post Lease Cost in Saint-Petersburg Datacenters below Tier 2+ level, Q1 2012
Table 14. Collocation, 1U Service Cost in Moscow Datacenters of Tier 2+/Tier 3 level, Q1 2012
Table 15. Collocation, 1U Service Cost in Moscow Datacenters below Tier 2+ level, Q1 2012
Table 16. Collocation, 1U Service Cost in Saint-Petersburg Datacenters of Tier 2+/Tier 3 level, Q1 2012
Table 17. Collocation, 1U Service Cost in Saint-Petersburg Datacenters below Tier 2+ level, Q1 2012
Table 18. Dedicated Service Cost, Server, Q1 2012
Table 19. Typical Configuration of Dedicated-Equipment, H1 2011
Table 20. Cloud Hosting CloudServer
Table 21. Additional Resources for “Cloud Hosting CloudServer” Service
Table 22. Possible Variants of Payment Period
Table 23. Price Dependence on the Size of Operative Memory (in case of HDD size 10 GB)
Table 24. Tariff Plans
Table 25. Cost of Virtual Linux-Server Lease
Table 26. Cost of Virtual Windows-Server Lease
Table 27. Cost of Standard Slot on Xen
Table 28. Cost of Disc Space
Table 29. Cost of Windows Licenses
Table 30. Tariff Plans of Extending Packages
Table 31. Tariff Plans of Application Number Transmitted for Support
Table 32. What Company or Companies Are Your Hosting Services Providers (more than 1 reference)?
Table 33. When Did You Change Your Hosting Provider For the Last Time? (According to the Group of Interest)?
Listing of Pictures
Picture 1. Volume of Russian IT-Outsourcing Market, million USD
Picture 2. TОР-10 of References as the Competitors in the IT-Outsourcing Market
Picture 3. Russian IT-Market Volume, billion USD
Picture 4. Rates of Commercial Datacenters Market Growth in Natural Expression According to the Regions, 2008-2011, %
Picture 5. Geographical Distribution of Commercial Datacenters, 2011
Picture 6. Demand-Offer Structure of Datacenter Services in the USA, 1993-2011, square meters
Picture 7. Russian Secondary Hosting Market, million USD, 2010-2015
Picture 8. Russian Hosting Market According to the Number of Domains, thousands units, 2009-2011
Picture 9. Top-8 за Russian Secondary Hosting Market Participants According to the Number of Maintained Domains, thousands units
Picture 10. Share of Top-8 Hosters According to the Number of Maintained Domains, Units
Picture 11. Share of Hosting Community Holding at the Secondary Hosting Market According to the Quantity of Maintained Domains, thousand units
Picture 12. Russian Secondary Hosting Market Structure According to Customers Segments, 2011
Picture 13. Top-7 of Russian Iaas Market Participants According to the Earnings, 2011
Picture 14. Russian Iaas Market Volume Forecasting 2011-2014, million RUR
Picture 15. What Is Your Occupation?
Picture 16. How Long Ago Did You Change Your Hosting Provider?
Picture 17. What Datacenters Services Do You Use?
Picture 18. Common Datacenters Use
Picture 19. Which Applications Do You Post in the Datacenter?
Picture 20. The services of Which Datacenter Do You Use?
Picture 21. Have You Heard About The Cloud Hosting?
Picture 22. Plans of IaaS Class Services Application According to Its Type
Picture 23. Plans of IaaS Class Services Application According to Its Type
Picture 24. What Cloud-Services Suppliers Do You Know?
Picture 25. Services of Which Datacenter Do You Use – Russian or Foreign? (According to Groups of Interest)
Picture 26. How Many Employees Does Your Company Have? (According to Groups of Interest)
Picture 27. Quantity of Visitors per Day For Web-Projects (According to Groups of Interest)
Picture 28. Demand Factors and Barriers According to All Respondents
Picture 29. Choose Not More Than Three Important For You Properties of Cloud Hosting (According to Groups of Interest)
Picture 30. Choose Not More Than Three Properties of Cloud Hosting Able to Prevent You from Its Application (According to Groups of Interest)
Picture 31. Datacenter Services Consumption
Picture 32. Types of Applications Posted in Datacenters
Picture 33. Applications Posted in Datacenters by IaaS Users
Picture 34. Types of Applications Posted in Web-Projects Datacenters
Picture 35. Size of Datacenters Users Company
Picture 36. Demand Factors for Cloud Services
Picture 37. Demand Barriers for Cloud Services
Picture 38. Responsibility Distribution for Security Provision