The worldwide public cloud services market is expected to be valued at $304.9 million by 2021. Businesses are going to increase their spendings on the public cloud with SaaS, LaaS, DaaS, and IaaS services in the mainstream.
COVID-19 pandemic grievously affected businesses in 2020. Unfortunately, the situation has worsened in 2021. Businesses, thus, are taking the road to digitization to minimize the impact of the pandemic.
Enterprises are realizing the importance of cloud infrastructure, like never before. They are leveraging the best of all cloud providers to optimize cost, performance, monitoring, and disaster management. That is why multi-cloud platforms are a great hit amongst the IT team of enterprises (of all levels).
Public cloud computing is one of the fastest-growing segments of IT spend. With this, the CIOs have got a major responsibility of investing the budgets wisely. Availability, data sovereignty, performance, regulatory compliance are some of the factors that are strictly considered while choosing a cloud provider and investing in its services.
Public cloud services and their on-demand, scalable models are enabling organizations to achieve cost-efficiency and business continuity. With public cloud being the ‘new normal’, organizations are improving their digital transformation plans.
Being on the cloud comes with a cost. And as more and more organizations switch to the cloud, there arises a need to have a mechanism to control the rising cloud costs.
Most IT departments tend to disregard the fact that cloud resources are metered which often leads to a spike in data fee. To this end, companies need to hire a cloud economist.
In a rapidly changing software-driven scenario, businesses need to switch to Cloud-native application development. And subsequently, comes the need for testing in a cloud-native environment.
The two most prominent ways to deploy your applications to the Microsoft Azure cloud are: Azure App services and Cloud services while Service Fabric is a container orchestrator for deploying microservices across machines.
Distributed Cloud is being hailed as the next generation of Cloud Computing.
Shifting to a cloud is beneficial to businesses. But which model is the most suitable for your organization takes some thought.
It was 31st December when WHO’s Country Office in the People’s Republic of China got the news from a media statement by Wuhan Municipal Health Commission, of a case of “viral pneumonia” in Wuhan, capital of Central China’s Hubei province. What seemed to be a “viral pneumonia”, after detailed studies were coined as a novel coronavirus, thus marking the inception of the COVID-19 pandemic.