Public Cloud Market Flourishing In Brazil
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Public Cloud Market Flourishing In Brazil

Enterprises in Brazil are embracing public cloud services, with many looking for providers to help them push more workloads to the cloud, according to a report by Information Services Group (ISG).

The 2019 ISG Provider Lens Public Cloud – Solutions & Service Partners Report for Brazil sees rapid growth in the country’s public cloud market, with a corresponding increase in the number of competing service providers.

“Workloads are increasingly migrating from the traditional managed services outsourcing model to the cloud,” said Jan Erik Aase, ISG Provider Lens Research. “The cloud market in Brazil is flourishing and has reached a point of no return to the data center era.”

The report finds mid-sized companies especially interested in moving most or all of their IT functions to the cloud. Mid-sized companies in Brazil are embracing the public cloud because they have smaller legacy systems than large enterprises, have less need for customization, and can more easily replace their software with standard as-a-service offerings.

In the Brazil mid-market, there is also a great push for moving enterprise resource planning (ERP) to the cloud, the report says.

Brazil embraces multi-cloud

Many Brazilian enterprises are adopting multiple clouds, with a growing number of service choices available, the report adds. Many companies are looking at specialized cloud services, with individual clouds being used for scaling client-facing systems, big data analytics, machine learning and other functions. Automation to orchestrate distributed cloud architectures is in high demand.

The 2019 ISG Provider Lens Public Cloud – Solutions & Service Partners Report for Brazil evaluates the capabilities of 45 providers across eight quadrants: Public Cloud Transformation Services for Large Accounts, Public Cloud Transformation Services for the Midmarket, Managed Public Cloud Services, Managed Public Cloud Services for AWS, Managed Public Cloud Services for Azure, Managed Public Cloud Services for GCP, aPaaS – Application Development Platform as a Service and IaaS – (Hyperscale) Infrastructure as a Service.

The report names Claranet as a leader in six quadrants, and Dedalus as a leader in five. UOL Diveo is named as a leader in four quadrants, while Atos, BRLink, Sky.One and Tivit were named as leaders in three. Accenture, Amazon Web Services, Capgemini, Google Cloud Platform, IBM and Microsoft Azure were leaders in two quadrants, and DXC Technology, Essence IT, Mandic, SantoDigital and Unisys were leaders in one.


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