As Data Center Automation is a vital step to gaining the business outcomes, it automates IT processes across computing, network, and storage layers in physical and virtual environments. For the last five years, the markets are witnessed continuous growth in Data Center Automation. With its constant growing market, researchers have predicted that the Global Data Center Automation market will reach USD 16.10 billion by 2023, with a growing CAGR of 17.83 percent. In the year 2017, the market value was USD 5.92 billion and is anticipated to rise throughout the forecast timeframe of 2018-2023.
The scope of Data Center Automation market is limited to a solution, such as a server, database, network, and other. By Data Center type, it covers tier 1, tier 2, tier 3, and tier 4, while by deployment mode, it includes on-premise and Cloud, and through end-user verticals including BFSI, retail, healthcare, manufacturing, IT and telecom, and others. Moreover, the Data Center Automation industry report evaluated the outline of the global market with respect to key regions and segmented by types and applications. For the market, the regions of North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa is considered in the scope of the report. The study also highlighted the advantages of evidence management in accordance with diverse industries and its future prospects. Combining automation in the data center eases the flow of data and managing data processes and workflow by alleviating the involvement of human. It assists in generating, automating schedule, and supervising every task assigned over data centers. Additionally, data center automation offers visualization, the realization of any unexpected errors, helping smooth functioning, and anticipation of unwanted activity.
Dynamic Cloud Computing, in addition to the generation of Big Data, is convincing businesses to adopt automation in data centers, to reduce time consumptions and enhance efficiencies. Moreover, the explosion in social networking, cloud computing, analytics, and mobile computing is also expected to optimistically impact the need for automation in data centers.