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Re: 5 Cloud Computing Trends in 2020 and Beyond
Posted by: Marty Puranik 2020-09-03 05:44:26
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Cloud technology has matured substantially during the past 15 years, and now a paradigm shift is taking place, away from legacy in-house IT business services, to a cloud-first technology-driven agile workplace. Here are five trends in cloud computing for organizations to consider when plotting an IT infrastructure strategy.


Re: 5 Cloud Computing Trends in 2020 and Beyond
Posted by: Swarnali2020 2020-10-14 23:23:42 In reply to: Marty Puranik
The COVID-19 is playing the role of catalyst for cloud migration. After the virus outbreak, the picture has changed at once. As per the IT leaders, by 2025, 97% of the workload will be in the cloud. The mentioned trends of cloud computing will help the business to implement strategic IT infrastructure even in this volatile situation. The five trends of cloud computing are really insightful for business. If you want to know how cloud computing becomes a lifeline for the business you can also check the link. https://www.inovarconsulting.co.in/shift-to-cloud-a-lifeline-in-a-crisis/#utm_source=ecommercetimes

Re: 5 Cloud Computing Trends in 2020 and Beyond
Posted by: KrisVlas 2020-09-03 05:46:36 In reply to: Marty Puranik
Hi Marty!
Thank you for the interesting content. By 2023, Gartner predicts that more than 70 percent of global organizations will be running more than two containerized applications in production, up from less than 20 percent in 2019.
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