Latin America State of the Hybrid Cloud 2019 - Results from the 2019 Frost & Sullivan Cloud User Survey

Latin America State of the Hybrid Cloud 2019 - Results from the 2019 Frost & Sullivan Cloud User Survey

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06-Dec-2019
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Research Code: 99E4-00-37-00-00
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The Frost & Sullivan Global Cloud User Survey tracks perceptions and behaviors related to business cloud decisions. By analyzing Latin American results, in comparison to other regions, we can identify and explore key determinants of cloud mindset and momentum in the region.

The current survey was conducted via web in April 2019, garnering responses from 240 Latin American-based IT decision?makers responsible for purchases of IT infrastructure, software, or services for their firms.

According to Frost & Sullivan research, the Latin American region currently represents 5.9% of global Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) market revenues. Although the advent of the technology in the region lagged North America and some countries in Europe, Latin America is quickly following, and benefitting from the lessons learned from more mature cloud markets.

Key highlights from the survey include:

--Latin American enterprises have officially left the “wait and see” stage. They are now focused on deploying an optimal hybrid cloud environment.

--Public, hybrid, and multi-cloud models are expected to increase significantly in usage in the next two years.

--The skills and knowledge gaps continue to be among the greatest challenges to hybrid cloud adoption in the region.

--The great majority of Latin American enterprises engage an outside expert to help them design, implement, and/or manage their hybrid cloud.

In this report, we review key findings from Latin American respondents to the 2019 Frost & Sullivan Cloud User Survey.

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The Frost & Sullivan Global Cloud User Survey tracks perceptions and behaviors related to business cloud decisions. By analyzing Latin American results, in comparison to other regions, we can identify and explore key determinants of cloud mindset and momentum in the region. The current survey was conducted via web in April 2019, garnering responses from 240 Latin American-based IT decisionmakers responsible for purchases of IT infrastructure, software, or services for their firms. According to Frost & Sullivan research, the Latin American region currently represents 5.9% of global Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) market revenues. Although the advent of the technology in the region lagged North America and some countries in Europe, Latin America is quickly following, and benefitting from the lessons learned from more mature cloud markets. Key highlights from the survey include: --Latin American enterprises have officially left the “wait and see” stage. They are now focused on deploying an optimal hybrid cloud environment. --Public, hybrid, and multi-cloud models are expected to increase significantly in usage in the next two years. --The skills and knowledge gaps continue to be among the greatest challenges to hybrid cloud adoption in the region. --The great majority of Latin American enterprises engage an outside expert to help them design, implement, and/or manage their hybrid cloud. In this report, we review key findings from Latin American respondents to the 2019 Frost & Sullivan Cloud User Survey.
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Author Lynda Stadtmueller
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