Cloud technology is one of the most talked-about topics in today’s date, and in the past few years, it has revolutionized the way startups and small businesses operate and store their data. It not only helps automate a number of operations in your business but is also a lot more cost-effective.
The changes around the data center are coming in fast and thick. This industry is one that has experienced serious and significant changes in even more recent times. The constant development means that as we go into the future, the evolution of the tasks and concepts of the data center can only continue. There are already many expectations of future data centers as we look ahead to the future with much keenness. The feeling amongst experts is that large data centers such as Facebook, Google, and Microsoft will scale out their data centers with the mindset of supporting Information Technology (IT) workloads in many exciting ways.
While cloud technology is pioneering the modern-day data storage world, and it’s known for being ultra-fast, ultra-secure, and offers casual users and businesses so much potential backed by so many benefits, that hasn’t stopped internet users with malicious intent from trying to gain access to your information.
DevOps teams started using containers and Kubernetes in test/dev environments. Over the past couple of years, their use has grown and there is significant container and Kubernetes growth in production environments as well. DevOps teams are now adopting containers across the software development lifecycle.
In 2019, cloud computing truly became mainstream, more than ever and the trend is here to stay.
As more and more businesses from all industries rush to migrate to the cloud and build cloud-based applications, Gartner predicts that the public cloud services market will grow 17% next year, from US$ 227.8 billion in 2019 to an estimated US$ 266.4 by the end of 2020. And a recent Forrester report estimates that the market will grow to a total of US$ 411 billion by 2022.
Technology, data and a highly-connected team are more important than ever for businesses of any size. Traditional, offline solutions can be effective, but many businesses are finding that there are better answers.
Now, many companies are turning to solutions on the cloud to provide their teams with storage, speed and tools they wouldn’t have otherwise.
Moving to the cloud takes you out of the data center business and enables you to focus your company’s efforts on what it does best. Cloud providers have a massive advantage over in-house and on-premises solutions in that they are backed by millions of dollars of research and development, as well as an international network of hardware dedicated to providing the best possible IT solution for their clients.
The ripping benefits of cloud computing have been widely touted – business agility, scalability, efficiencies and cost savings among the top. Fortunately, more and more companies are seen migrating and building mission-critical Java applications specifically for cloud environments showing no signs of slowing down. At the same time, such technology has exposed us to threats and risks previously unheard of.
Cloud security is the protection of data, applications, and infrastructures involved in cloud computing. Just like on-prem IT security, cloud security still has concerns like unauthorized data leaks, weak access controls, susceptibility to attacks, and threats to availability.
There are multitude of reasons many companies are migrating to the cloud. Some are migrating to the cloud to aid in increasing the productivity of their IT staff, as well as the overall workforce. Others are looking to scale down data centers, help to lessen infrastructure sprawl, and modernize legacy applications. Additionally, some organizations are re-thinking…