Indonesia is a vast and diverse, rapidly developing country and economy. Unsurprisingly Indonesia’s IT landscape reflects this rapid development. Companies are hungry to join the data-driven age and the requirements for data-driven business are becoming stronger in Indonesia than arguably any other emerging nation.
The country is expected to be the world’s 10th largest economy by 2025 and Indonesia’s enterprise services market is expected to be worth $3 billion by 2019, largely due to data-driven transformation.
Applications that utilise large amounts of storage are starting to find a home among Indonesian companies. Big data applications like Splunk, Hadoop and NoSQL are starting to be adopted, and the structured database market continues to be high growth for companies like Oracle and Microsoft. Other applications such as VDI are expected to see enormous growth in Indonesia with central bodies offering computing services to rural locations.