In-band Network Telemetry (INT) originated from The P4 Language Consortium (P4.org) and is defined as a framework designed to allow the collection and reporting of network state, by the data plane, without requiring intervention or work by the control plane. INT leverages the encapsulation capabilities of the VXLAN and VXLAN GPE (General Protocol Extension). GPE enables metadata to be inserted, in-band, into VXLAN packets by network devices. INT helps to monitor the packet flows that might never be physically tapped in the network. It also helps to debug issues in underlay networks when they are disaggregated from the overlay networks. The network telemetry solution maximizes the performance of the enterprise or service providers applications with end-to-end network visibility and performance monitoring across software-defined and cloud-based architectures. The main factors which are driving the market are the ever-increasing number of network-related attacks and security breaches and the growing need for the optimization of network infrastructure. Also, the integration of technologies such as the Internet of things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), and software-defined networking (SDN) into network telemetry solutions is expected to offer various opportunities for the vendors in the market. Optimizing business operations through network telemetry solutions is another opportunity for the vendors to invest. However, regulatory issues can act as a restraining factor for this market.
Vendors operating in this market offer software and services for network telemetry management. For instance, Barefoot Networks offers Barefoot Tofino, which is an advanced network telemetry solution. Barefoot Networks has served large conglomerates such as AT&T, as well as partnered with Netronome for in-band network telemetry. Similarly, Waystream AB has developed a network telemetry solution that provides detailed insight into how each network element is performing and raises the issues that affect the traffic passing through those elements.
The Global Network Telemetry Market is expected to expand at a 39.4% CAGR during the forecast period, to reach USD 826.1 Million by 2025.
The Global Network Telemetry Market has been segmented on the basis of Component, End User, Organization Size, and Region.
Based on the component, the network telemetry market has been segmented into solutions and services. The services segment has been categorized as consulting, integration and deployment, and support and maintenance.
Based on end user, the network telemetry market has been segmented into service providers and enterprises. The service providers have further been segmented into telecom service providers, cloud service providers, managed service providers, and others.
Based on organization size, the network telemetry market has been segmented into large enterprises and small- and medium-sized enterprises.
Geographically, the Global Network Telemetry Market has been segmented into Asia-Pacific, North America, Europe, the Middle East & Africa, and South America.
North America leads the global network telemetry market in terms of market share. Some of the factors that are responsible for the growth of the market include continuous investment and focus on optimization of network infrastructure. The presence of major solution providers in the market such as Arista Networks, Cisco Systems Inc., Juniper Networks, Mellanox Technologies, VOLANSYS, Pluribus Networks, Barefoot Networks, Solarflare Communications, Marvell Semiconductor, Inc., Google, Anuta Networks, Apcela, Netronome, and Barefoot Networks is another factor that has contributed a significant share in North American network telemetry market.
Europe has occupied the second position in the market. For the purpose of this study, Europe has been segmented into the UK, Germany, France, and the rest of Europe. According to MRFR analysis, the UK is expected to gain the highest market share, followed by Germany and France. The network telemetry market in this region is expected to grow due to the growing need to resolve downtime issues quickly.
The Key Players of the Global Network Telemetry Market are Arista Networks (US), Cisco Systems Inc. (US), Juniper Networks (US), Mellanox Technologies (US), VOLANSYS (US), Pluribus Networks (US), Barefoot Networks (US), Solarflare Communications (US), Marvell Semiconductor, Inc. (US), Google (US), Anuta Networks (US), Waystream AB (Sweden), Apcela (US), Netronome (US), and Barefoot Networks (US).
Key Questions Addressed by the Report
|Market Size||USD 3,769.43 Million|
|Forecast Units||Value (USD Billion)|
|Report Coverage||Revenue Forecast, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors, and Trends|
|Segments Covered||Component, End Users|
|Geographies Covered||North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific|
|Key Vendors||Arista Networks (US) Cisco Systems Inc. (US) Juniper Networks (US) Mellanox Technologies (US) VOLANSYS (US) Pluribus Networks (US) Barefoot Networks (US) Solarflare Communications (US) Marvell Semiconductor Inc. (US)|
|Key Market Opportunities|
|Key Market Drivers||The growing need for the optimization of network infrastructure|
The network telemetry market can thrive at 39.4% CAGR by 2025.
The network telemetry market can value at USD 826.1 Mn by 2025.
Waystream AB (Sweden), Marvell Semiconductor, Inc. (US), and Anuta Networks (US), Google (US), are some reputed names in the network telemetry market.
The growing adoption of network telemetry by SMEs can boost the market expansion.
Enterprises in North America are observed to continuously invest in optimization of network infrastructure. This can spur the regional network telemetry market growth.