Japan Cloud Computing Services Market, Forecast to 2022
In light of the spate of natural disasters in Japan, businesses are increasingly re-assessing their preparedness for disaster recovery and business continuity planning (DR/BCP). In recent years, Japan has witnessed a wave of migration from UNIX to x86 servers, with many Japanese companies re-configuring their IT infrastructure, focusing on cloud-based disaster recovery solutions. Additionally, many virtualized platforms deployed on-premises during the height of their popularity in 2010 are coming to the end of their life cycles, giving rise to considerable demand for the migration of workloads onto the cloud. Challenges in migration, coupled with the increasing movement of complex workloads, are driving demand for managed cloud services.
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