Thursday July 1, 2021, TechEconomy.ng shall introduce a special page focusing on Cloud Computing.
How Big is the African Cloud service market?
The rise of the $1.7Bn African Cloud Market:
African cloud market is expected to double in size by 2024:
- African (total) cloud services: a ~$1.7bn market
- The African public cloud: growing 3x faster than the global average
- Top three African cloud market: South Africa, Nigeria & Kenya
- The private cloud still dominates – but the public cloud is picking up
- SaaS is still the larger category – but IaaS is growing 2x faster
State of Cloud: Nigeria
- Nigeria: cloud infrastructure readiness: 11 datacenters (30% utilization rate)
- Nigeria cloud market worth between $100m – $450m
- Nigeria demand for cloud services – Financials and e-commerce lead the way
- The supply side: Nigeria’s cloud services value chain
- The Nigerian cloud market – still an open field
- Alternative telcos and MSPs lead the way
- Who are they using? Sample cloud enterprise contracts in Nigeria
- How big is the Nigerian cloud?
- The Nigerian cloud opportunity – all upside – and subject to supply conditions
The Man Aderemi Adejumo:
Aderemi Adejumo has a Civil Engineering degree from City University, London and a MBA from Universite Catholique de Louvain, Belgium.
He has more than 30 year experience in Technology, having worked in the United Kingdom, France, Belgium and Switzerland before moving back to Nigeria.
He has extensive experience having worked in a number of blue chip companies, namely; NatWest Group, Citibank, UBS AG, Carrefour, IBM and Compaq.
He is a Microsoft Certified Database expert and an expert in Cloud computing.
He was responsible for managing and supporting several large enterprise database infrastructures.
He was the Head of Infrastructure and Head of Admin for Ecobank Nigeria.
He implemented a Private cloud at Ecobank. He was responsible for the migration and integration of the Oceanic data centre into the Ecobank data centre moving over 92 applications seamlessly.
He started Comercio Cloud Computing limited in 2016.
While he was the Chief Technology Officer for Comercio Cloud Computing Ltd. He designed and implemented the first Public enterprise cloud platform in Nigeria.
Comercio Cloud Computing Ltd rebranded to Cloudflex Computing Services Ltd in 2019.
He is currently the Managing Director of Cloudflex Computing Service Ltd.
He has written several published articles and is passionate about the development of Cloud computing in Nigeria.
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