The Hybrid Cloud Landscape - Perspectives from the 2019 Frost & Sullivan Cloud User Survey

The Hybrid Cloud Landscape - Perspectives from the 2019 Frost & Sullivan Cloud User Survey

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21-Nov-2019
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Research Code: 99E4-00-36-00-00
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This year’s survey—the first to collect cloud perception data from businesses around the globe—was conducted via the Internet in April 2019. The survey garnered responses from 1266 IT decision-makers from around the world who are responsible for the purchases of IT infrastructure, software, or services for their respective firms.

Cloud is recognized worldwide as a critical foundation to digital transformation, spurring growth across all cloud service types. This is leading to overall growth in hybrid and multi-cloud deployments across businesses globally.

These are among the findings of the Frost & Sullivan 2019 Global Cloud User Survey, which is conducted annually and tracks the perceptions and behaviors of companies relative to their business cloud decisions. In this report, we review key survey findings around hybrid cloud.

Overall, the 2019 survey confirmed prior years’ trends:
--Hybrid clouds are expected to be an industry standard within the coming years, with adoption of both hybrid and multi-cloud environments set to nearly double by 2021.
--Businesses are using multiple providers. Forty-three percent of businesses are using three or more infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) providers, and an average of six different infrastructure deployment models to support their diverse IT requirements.

Regionally, the U.S. leads in cloud infrastructure and services adoption of all types, followed closely by Asia Pacific and Europe. Latin American countries lag behind others in cloud adoption.

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This year’s survey—the first to collect cloud perception data from businesses around the globe—was conducted via the Internet in April 2019. The survey garnered responses from 1266 IT decision-makers from around the world who are responsible for the purchases of IT infrastructure, software, or services for their respective firms. Cloud is recognized worldwide as a critical foundation to digital transformation, spurring growth across all cloud service types. This is leading to overall growth in hybrid and multi-cloud deployments across businesses globally. These are among the findings of the Frost & Sullivan 2019 Global Cloud User Survey, which is conducted annually and tracks the perceptions and behaviors of companies relative to their business cloud decisions. In this report, we review key survey findings around hybrid cloud. Overall, the 2019 survey confirmed prior years’ trends: --Hybrid clouds are expected to be an industry standard within the coming years, with adoption of both hybrid and multi-cloud environments set to nearly double by 2021. --Businesses are using multiple providers. Forty-three percent of businesses are using three or more infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) providers, and an average of six different infrastructure deployment models to support their diverse IT requirements. Regionally, the U.S. leads in cloud infrastructure and services adoption of all types, followed closely by Asia Pacific and Europe. Latin American countries lag behind others in cloud adoption.
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Author Lynda Stadtmueller
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