This Executive Summary provides an introduction to Wikibon’s Big Data Vendor Revenue and Market Forecast, 2011-2020 report. The full report is available to Wikibon Premium members.
In the UK, large enterprise, household named, logos in all markets are using AWS and not only for virtual machines and storage. Enterprises are consuming features such as identity, data warehouse, search, content delivery as AWS increase the size of the set of undifferentiated heavy lifting due to the hundreds of features they are releasing and improving.
This short post centers round Table 1 “Wikibon Storage Cost Assumptions for 2Q 2015″. The table should be used as a current indicator of street prices. Wikibon expects NAND flash prices to drop by 30%/year, and disk prices to drop by 20%/year. For installations that can organize to utilize data reduction and data sharing on flash, Wikibon believes that capacity flash will be lower cost that capacity disk in 2016.
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