If the cloud is growing a bazillion percent each year why haven’t more enterprise apps migrated?
Here in 2019, there can be no mistaking the fact that cloud growth is explosive.
Coupled with similar growth in big data analytics and the adoption Saas-based business application and services, the industry has been making dramatic leaps and bounds in the right direction in terms of transforming the underlying application architecture.
Ian Lee, on Apr 5, 2018 8:30:00 AM
Implementing an integrated cloud management platform is the key first step on the path to a hybrid cloud, or multi-cloud infrastructure. By providing a single pane of glass across all of the disparate cloud services, whether private or public, you’re able to view all of the various dimensions of your infrastructure. This includes:
Technology has gone through significant and rapid changes with the transition from in-house managed data centers to virtualized infrastructures. Now, next generation cloud-native applications, built and delivered using DevOps methodology, are moving to the cloud. These virtual environments have evolved as enterprises have moved their IT into a cloud offering, enabling a scalability and flexibility of on-demand resources, but, do you ever wonder how your virtualization initiatives stack up against those of your peers?
More and more organizations are adopting a mulitcloud strategy, as it provides the flexibility to run workloads across any environment – public, private or managed – and optimizes performance. In fact, according to IDC, over 90 percent of enterprise-scale organizations plan to make use of multiple clouds in the next several years.