The scalability, effectiveness, efficiency, security, and privacy of IoT systems and networks will depend on robust IoT Database Infrastructure. This will require substantial investment on the part of IoT systems and network owners as well as enterprise. A good portion of the capital cost will be avoided as IoT DB services will be offered on an “as a Service” basis.
Mind Commerce sees an opportunity for datacenter operators and value-added managed communication service providers to offer many different IoT DB Services.
There is an emerging need for a plethora of IoT DB Services including Identity Management, Device Management, Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA). Many of these database services will require an IoT Data Registry as well as IoT DB Transaction Services, which will be used by IoT network providers, enterprise, and governmental organizations.
Each of these entities will need to rely upon many IoT APIs and a variety of signalling, communications, and database access technologies. While initial services will be provided in a silo-like fashion, ultimately IoT DB Services will be provided within a more uniform framework and on a cross-customer basis.
Some of these IoT DB services will be in support of the emerging IoT Orchestration and Mediation Ecosystem whereas others will be directly related to IoT Data monetization as part of the IoT DaaS business model.
Companies that recognize these opportunities early, and offer solutions in advance of regulation and/or standardization of protocols and procedures, will be in a better position to capitalize upon the coming revenue streams associated with verified IoT transactions.
IoT Database Infrastructure and DB Services 2017 – 2022 evaluates IoT Database Infrastructure and DB services technologies, strategies, and market opportunities.The report assesses market needs and solutions, providing a view of the future requirements for IoT Networks and Systems.
This report also analyzes the telecom and computing database services industry as a whole, examining existing technologies, industry practices and procedures, and identifying what is anticipated to apply to IoT and what will not apply.
The report includes detailed forecasts for IoT Database Infrastructure and DB Services from 2017 to 2022.