Research and Markets: Cloud Computing End-User Analysis - Mexico

DUBLIN--()--Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of Frost & Sullivan's new report "Cloud Computing End-user Analysis - Mexico" to their offering.

Most of the major factors driving adoption of the Cloud Computing concept by companies in Mexico are the same ones that boost more mature markets such as the USA and Western Europe. Fortunately for the Latin American and Caribbean region, countries such as Brazil, Colombia and Chile were not so effected by the economic crisis as some other economies, prompting initial Cloud Computing investments already in 2009. The implicit cost reduction that the Cloud Computing pricing model suggests is seen by both CIOs and CFOs as one of the strongest drivers in the Latin American and Caribbean region. The decision to explore Cloud and other hosted options is primarily driven by economics.

Cloud computing is a flexible and scalable shared and/or private environment in which third-party suppliers or in house architectures use virtualization technologies to create and distribute computing resources to customers on an as-needed basis, via the Internet browser.

The cloud computing model can have the following structures:

Private Cloud:

A private cloud is a cloud computing-based model under a private scheme in which only one organization has access to all resources. A private cloud should be able to incorporate policies and infrastructure capabilities that are executed or used by the organization exclusively. It can be run with the companys own resources or through a dedicated hosting model.

Public Cloud:

A public cloud" implements cloud computing for multiple organizations through a single set of resources. The basic model for a public cloud is similar to a public utility-a third party manages the infrastructure to provide computing resources to customers that pay per use. Public clouds, for scalability reasons, tend to offer lower prices when compared to private cloud structures.

Hybrid Cloud:

It is a hybrid mix of public and private clouds,in which the organization can retain certain sensitive activities under monitored in-house or dedicated hosting infrastructures, while having other activities in a shared environment.

Key Topics Covered:

Market Overview

  • Market Definitions
  • Market Overview
  • Introduction

Market Awareness

  • Market Awareness
  • Market Drivers
  • Market Restraints

Current Market Scenarios

  • Current Adoption Levels

Future Adoption Analysis

  • Future Adoption Levels

Competitive Analysis

  • Decision-making Process
  • Competitive Analysis


  • Key Takeaways

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Laura Wood, Senior Manager,
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Research and Markets
Laura Wood, Senior Manager,
U.S. Fax: 646-607-1907
Fax (outside U.S.): +353-1-481-1716