Cloud Computing Outlook

Top 6 Cloud Computing Tendencies Defining the Years Ahead

By Cloud Computing Outlook | Monday, August 12, 2019

Top 6 Cloud Computing Tendencies Defining the Years AheadCloud computing has been widely acknowledged by analysts and companies alike as a significant force in significantly favoring the entire IT landscape.

FREMONT, CA: Ever since digital transformation kick-started, cloud computing has been the spine of all significant regulations and constant evolution of the IT industry. The past two decades beautifully recite a story of growth, profitability, and more impactful solutions all anchored by cloud computing. Cloud computing has been one among the most promising technologies for the millennial generation. It has been continually evolving and is speculated to be one of the most useful sought for technology in the future. Given the crucial role that IT plays in the business environment, cloud computing is also fundamentally changing the way the business operates. Companies of all sizes are utilizing cloud-based software, platforms, and even infrastructure to streamline processes, lower complexity, gain visibility, and reduce costs. With the pace of transformation accelerating, here are five cloud computing trends to watch.

· Hybrid and Multi-Cloud Solutions

Hybrid cloud is becoming the dominant business model. For enterprises, the hybrid cloud model offers a transition that blends on-premise infrastructure with an open cloud and private cloud services. Thus firms will be able to shift to the cloud technology at their own pace while being productive and flexible. Multi-cloud is the next step in cloud evolution and enables users to control and run an application, data, workload on any cloud-based on technical requirements.

· Backup and Disaster Recovery

Reports show that a considerable amount of the cloud budget is allocated to backup and disaster recovery solutions followed by email hosting and productivity tools. This percentage impacts the shared responsibility that public cloud providers operate on. Cloud providers, especially public, are responsible for the availability of backup and recovery solutions and security of the infrastructure while the users are in charge of their data protection and compliance.

· Serverless Computing

Serverless computing is gaining popularity, and it is a procedure used by cloud users who request a container platform as a service and cloud supplier charges for that as required. The customer does not need to buy or rent services and does not need to configure them. The cloud is responsible for providing the platform, its configuration, and a wide range of helpful tools for designing applications and working with data.

· Edge Computing

It is a systematic approach to execute data processing at the edge of the network to streamline cloud computing. Edge computing is a result of ever increased use of the internet of things devices. It is essential to run real-time services as it optimizes the flow of traffic from IoT devices and offers data analytics and analysis.

· Cloud Security

As we see the rise in cloud technology, security is another serious consideration. With the introduction of new regulations, security concerns have risen much higher and demand essential attention. Enterprises shifting to cloud computing need to reconsider its security compliance protocol.

· Artificial Intelligence Platform

Artificial intelligence platform supports a faster, more effective, and more efficient approach to work together with data scientists and other team members. It can help to reduce costs in a variety of ways, such as making simple tasks automated, preventing the duplication of effort, and taking over some expensive labor tasks, such as copying or extraction of data.

As discussed above, cloud technology is capable of providing infinite offerings, including better data storage, data security, collaboration, and better decision making. It is all about convenience and streamlining workflow to help any business become more efficient, productive, and successful. If firms want to set their business up for success, this might be the time to transition to cloud-based services.

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