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Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/qk53dw/cloud_brokerage) has announced the addition of the "Cloud Brokerage and Enablement; Cloud Services Brokerage (CSB) Market - 2013 Report" to their offering.

With a wide array of offerings spanning across infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS), Software-as-a-service (SaaS), Platform-as-a-service (PaaS), Business Process as a Service (BPaaS), and many alike, the cloud marketplace is progressively becoming more diverse. In order to address this seemingly large gap between different standards, platforms, services, and offerings, a unified platform is needed to bridge the gap.

The Cloud Brokerage and Enablement market is set to redefine the cloud environment, with its inherent integration, aggregation, and inter-operable capabilities. Cloud Services Brokerage (CSB), as a concept, has evolved over the years; however, its potential and existence has come to light very recently. Cloud Brokerage and Enablement market refers to the cloud brokerage enablement market and the cloud brokerage market, collectively. Both these markets have been defined, segmented, and estimated, separately; wherein cloud brokerage enablement refers to integration platforms which aggregate, customize, and/or integrate cloud offerings on a single platform, thereby enabling other players to become cloud brokers. Cloud Brokerage, on the other hand, is defined by market players who use the enablement platforms as brokers, and serve Small and Medium-sized Businesses (SMBs) and enterprises, for their respective cloud-based needs.

Market Segments Covered

Cloud Enablement

Enablement platforms:

- Internal Cloud Brokerage

- External Cloud Brokerage

- Telecom service providers

- System integrators

- Distributors and resellers

- Hosting and cloud providers

- Others

Geographies:

- North America (NA)

- Europe Middle East and Africa (EMEA)

- Asia Pacific and Japan (APAC)

- Latin America (LA)

Cloud Brokerage:

Service consumers:

- Small and Medium Businesses (SMB)

- Enterprises

- On the basis of geographies

- North America (NA)

- Europe Middle East and Africa (EMEA)

- Asia Pacific and Japan (APAC)

- Latin America (LA)

Key Topics Covered

1 Introduction

2 Executive Summary

3 Market Overview

4 Cloud Brokerage Enablement: Market Size And Forecast By Enablement Platforms

5 Cloud Brokerage: Market Size And Forecast By Type Of Service Consumers

6 Cloud Brokerage: Market Size And Forecast By Geographies

7 Cloud Brokerage: Business Models And Approaches

8 Cloud Brokerage: Focus Areas And Cloud Opportunities

9 Competitive Landscape

10 Company Profiles And Key Developments(Overview, Products & Services, Financials & Strategy And Analyst Insights)

Examples of Companies Mentioned

- Aepona

- Amalto Technologies

- Axeda

- Besol

- Celigo

- Commonit

- Cordys

- Covisint

- Dell

- Duracloud

- Ebuilder

- Fugen Solutions

- Gravitant

- Hitachi Consulting

- Ibm

- Infogain

- Jamcracker

- Jitterbit

- Kaavo

- Nec

- Nephos Technologies

- Parallels

- Sigma Systems

- Snaplogic

- Solvedirect

- Square Hoop

- Standing Cloud

- Trustweaver

- Verecloud

- Verizon - Cloudswitch

- Vordel

- Zerodesktop

- Zimory

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/qk53dw/cloud_brokerage

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