It’s well known that cloud computing is vital to organizations of all sizes. While many run essential workloads in one or more public clouds, the rest either accept full migration to the public cloud or support other types and trends in cloud computing.
Let’s take a look at some of the top trends in cloud computing.
Usually, this computing setup leverages current [on-premises] infrastructure, private cloud, and one or more third-party public cloud providers to reap the best benefits. This trend is on the rise and will help companies automate the TCO and utilize the public cloud infrastructure to offer superior end-user experience.
More than 20 percent of global organizations will plan to deploy serverless technology in 2020 and beyond, according to a recent Gartner survey. This mode of operation will radically shift the economies of what is back-end computing and become the cornerstone of the distributed computing’s own future.
With the growing and globally dispersed user base, complex application architecture and high-end computing infrastructure are critical to providing a wealth of end-user experience. This includes increased use of computing power and, in effect, higher efficiency. Quantum computing can minimize energy consumption, which would have a beneficial impact not only on the system but also on the economy.
Artificial Intelligence-Machine Learning
Every organization aims to exploit data to the hilt to derive business-impact insights, and they continue to produce more data in the process. Getting the right products and applications on-site is not feasible. So, cloud computing platforms are the best way to achieve the desired outcome at the right speed and at the lowest cost using AI/ML technologies.
On the security front, there is a growing field of concern for every company of today that use cloud computing. However, as all organizations are trying to become cloud-native or digital, the most important thing to remember is the DR setup. It complies with the different regulations that may be applicable, i.e., GDPR, HIPAA, etc.
Merely slightest downtime means revenue loss, dropping in customers, and destroying the brand’s reputation. The public cloud provides several options to satisfy all of these criteria, and using the same may be the organization’s best approach. Companies aiming to accelerate growth during COVID-19 would have to identify and deploy the best cloud computing technologies in 2020 or be left behind.