Cloud Service Brokers - The Key to Supporting Enterprises in their Hybrid Cloud Journey

Cloud Service Brokers - The Key to Supporting Enterprises in their Hybrid Cloud Journey

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23-Aug-2019
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Research Code: 99E4-00-34-00-00
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As cloud migration and adoption continue to grow, enterprises are increasingly deploying a hybrid environment, comprising public and private, on-premises and hosted infrastructure resources. With the aid of versatile hybrid cloud platforms that support common management and orchestration across different deployment models, enterprises have gained visibility and control over their hybrid IT environments.

But as IT leaders are discovering, implementing a hybrid cloud is not the same as maintaining it optimally.

In this report, Frost & Sullivan explores the role of the cloud service broker. Using data from the 2019 Global Cloud Survey of IT Decision-Makers, we examine top pain-points associated with a hybrid environment. Finally, we assess several promising solutions in the market.

Table of Contents

Introduction

As Hybrid Cloud Adoption Grows, Challenges Emerge

The Role of the Cloud Service Broker

Leading Cloud Service Brokers: Providers and Functionality

DoubleHorn

CloudGenera

Cloudability

Broker Functionalities from Key Technology Companies

Frost & Sullivan - The Last Word

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As cloud migration and adoption continue to grow, enterprises are increasingly deploying a hybrid environment, comprising public and private, on-premises and hosted infrastructure resources. With the aid of versatile hybrid cloud platforms that support common management and orchestration across different deployment models, enterprises have gained visibility and control over their hybrid IT environments. But as IT leaders are discovering, implementing a hybrid cloud is not the same as maintaining it optimally. In this report, Frost & Sullivan explores the role of the cloud service broker. Using data from the 2019 Global Cloud Survey of IT Decision-Makers, we examine top pain-points associated with a hybrid environment. Finally, we assess several promising solutions in the market.
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Author Maiara Munhoz
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