The Hybrid Cloud Landscape - Perspectives from the 2018 Frost & Sullivan Cloud User Survey

The Hybrid Cloud Landscape - Perspectives from the 2018 Frost & Sullivan Cloud User Survey

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19-Dec-2018
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Research Code: 99E4-00-2F-00-00
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Hybrid clouds are becoming a standard configuration in enterprise IT, with the majority of US businesses in 2018 having already deployed, or planning to deploy, a hybrid environment. In building their hybrid clouds, enterprises seek to create a seamless pool of resources across the business’s premises and the cloud. They also expect to centrally manage all resources from a single management platform.

The Frost & Sullivan Cloud User Survey, which has been conducted annually since 2010, tracks perceptions and business behaviors related to cloud and IT decisions. By comparing recent years’ results to those returned in 2018, we can examine trends in hybrid cloud decisions and deployments.

The current survey was conducted via web in June 2018, garnering responses from 401 US-based IT decision-makers responsible for purchases of IT infrastructure, software, or services for their firms.

Table of Contents:

About the Frost & Sullivan 2018 Cloud User Survey
Hybrid Cloud Supports Business Goals
Growth across All Infrastructure Types
Integrating Infrastructures into Hybrid and Multi-Cloud
Enterprises Use Hybrid Configurations for Some Workloads
Some Workloads Return to the Private Data Center
What Customers Want from a Hybrid Cloud Platform
Business Challenges in Integrating a Hybrid Cloud
Hybrid Challenges: Migration
Hybrid Challenges: Security
The Last Word

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Perspectives from the 2018 Frost & Sullivan Cloud User Survey

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Hybrid clouds are becoming a standard configuration in enterprise IT, with the majority of US businesses in 2018 having already deployed, or planning to deploy, a hybrid environment. In building their hybrid clouds, enterprises seek to create a seamless pool of resources across the business’s premises and the cloud. They also expect to centrally manage all resources from a single management platform. The Frost & Sullivan Cloud User Survey, which has been conducted annually since 2010, tracks perceptions and business behaviors related to cloud and IT decisions. By comparing recent years’ results to those returned in 2018, we can examine trends in hybrid cloud decisions and deployments. The current survey was conducted via web in June 2018, garnering responses from 401 US-based IT decision-makers responsible for purchases of IT infrastructure, software, or services for their firms. Table of Contents: About the Frost & Sullivan 2018 Cloud User Survey Hybrid Cloud Supports Business Goals Growth across All Infrastructure Types Integrating Infrastructures into Hybrid and Multi-Cloud Enterprises Use Hybrid Configurations for Some Workloads Some Workloads Return to the Private Data Center What Customers Want from a Hybrid Cloud Platform Business Challenges in Integrating a Hybrid Cloud Hybrid Challenges: Migration Hybrid Challenges: Security The Last Word
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Author Lynda Stadtmueller
Industries Information Technology
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