The bare metal cloud market size is expected to grow at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 17.4% during the forecast period, to reach USD 19.1 billion by 2028 from USD 8.5 billion in 2023. The need for high-performance computing for big data and machine learning workloads is expected to drive the growth of the global bare metal cloud market.
Major vendors in this market are based in North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific. IBM (US), Oracle (US), AWS (US), Lumen (US), and Rackspace (US) are among the leading players operating in the bare metal cloud market. These players have adopted various organic and inorganic growth strategies to strengthen their position in the market. These include partnerships, product launches, contracts, mergers and acquisitions, and new product development activities to expand their presence in the bare metal cloud market.
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IBM provides maximum performance and a secure single tenancy to deliver high-quality, on-demand services to its customers rapidly. These servers have an essential role in the infrastructure mix for many companies due to their unique combination of performance and control. Organizations across the globe choose bare metal servers for fast automation and deployment. With its rapid provisioning and custom-based and SAP-certified bare metal servers, the company provides cloud virtual private networks to fit every workload. IBM operates a worldwide network of data centers, enabling customers to deploy bare metal servers in various geographic regions. This global presence ensures low-latency access and high availability for clients’ applications. In addition, IBM is renowned for its AI and analytics capabilities. Customers can leverage IBM’s AI and analytics solutions in conjunction with bare metal servers for data-intensive workloads, such as machine learning and big data analytics. IBM caters to industry verticals, including automotive, aerospace & defense, government, BFSI, healthcare, IT & telecom, and consumer goods & retail. Moreover, it has established a strong channel partner ecosystem by building partnerships.
Oracle offers high-performance bare metal instances that provide dedicated physical servers to customers. These instances are optimized for performance-intensive workloads, making them suitable for various applications, including databases, analytics, and AI. Oracle’s bare metal instances are highly customizable, allowing customers to choose the CPU, memory, storage, and network configurations that best suit their specific needs. This flexibility enables users to tailor their infrastructure to match workload requirements precisely. In addition, Oracle continues to invest in cloud innovation, including automation, AI, and ML advancements. This commitment to innovation helps customers stay competitive in a rapidly evolving technology landscape. Oracle’s bare metal instances provide customer isolation, visibility, and control over dedicated servers optimized for various workloads. These servers are built on the Oracle Cloud platform, which leverages advanced technologies such as IoT, AI, and ML to help organizations process and analyze massive data sets and algorithms and make intelligent business decisions. The company caters to various verticals, including telecommunications, financial services, health, food & beverage, hospitality, life sciences, and retail. It also caters to a broad customer base across the Americas, Europe, Middle East & Africa, and Asia Pacific.
Bare Metal Cloud Market by Service Type (Compute, Networking, Database, Security, Storage, Managed), Organization Size (Large, SMEs), Vertical (BFSI, Healthcare & Life Sciences, Manufacturing) and Region - Global Forecast to 2028
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