Four new trends in cloud computing are boosting growth in all market categories for public cloud services by broadening the range of cloud products and capabilities. The four trends are: cloud ubiquity, regional cloud ecosystems, sustainability and carbon-intelligent cloud, and automated programmable infrastructure from cloud infrastructure and platform service (CIPS) providers.
Here is everything you need to know about these four new trends.
What is Cloud Ubiquity?
Most modern technology disruptions, including composable business, are supported by the cloud, which has proven to be resilient, scalable, flexible, and quick during uncertain times. Growing hybrid, multicloud, and edge settings are paving the way for fresh distributed cloud architectures. The use of cloud computing will also be driven to a new level of wider, deeper, and pervasive use by new wireless communications advancements.
What is a Regional Cloud Ecosystem?
New regional and vertical cloud ecosystems and data services are being developed as a result of increasing global regulatory fragmentation, protectionism, and industry compliance. With their cloud providers outside of their country, businesses in the financial and public sectors aim to lessen essential lock-in and single points of failure.
In order to maintain some degree of control and sovereignty, regions that are unable to build or sustain their own platform ecosystems will have no other alternatives but to use the platforms developed in other regions. Politicians, academics, and IT companies in these areas are becoming more concerned, which has sparked projects in European nations.
What is Sustainability and the Carbon-Intelligent Cloud?
It is expected that climate change mitigation will have a substantial influence on companies. As a result of this increased emphasis on sustainability, cloud providers have implemented more stringent carbon-neutral company targets, which presents additional difficulties for infrastructure and operations management.
Simply shifting services, storage, and workload to the cloud lowers operating costs in terms of environmental impact. However, cloud services also make it possible to work more intelligently and sustainably. Particularly, cloud-based workflow and productivity solutions like digital asset management can provide a number of additional advantages.
A DAM enables several collaborators and contributors to collaborate on the same set of files by centralizing and organizing asset storage in a single, regulated location.
Since many of today’s top cloud providers are already carbon-neutral, the cloud is frequently far greener than on-premises options. All of today’s top cloud providers are dedicated to reducing the environmental impact of cloud storage.
Additionally, organizations can achieve sustainability goals by taking a smarter and more adaptable approach to their buildings and personnel. Working from home and being flexible may motivate companies to close their offices or move to a smaller space. For employees, working remotely part- or full-time minimizes travel and the emissions it produces.
What are Automated Programmable Infrastructure from Cloud Infrastructure and Platform Service (CIPS) Providers?
It is anticipated that fully managed cloud services from hyperscale CIPS providers that are artificial intelligence and machine learning capable will be widely adopted. As a result, the operational load of conventional I&O jobs in the public cloud will be quickly eliminated.
At JENLOR, we are here to make sure that your business is prepared for the upcoming trends that shape the public cloud. Contact us today for more information!