Cloud Trends – A Look Back at 2018 and What’s Ahead for 2019
Cloud computing industry is surpassing newer levels of achievements every year and making some new records. It has made it loud and clear that it is going to stay and there are no two ways about it.
A prediction of Gartner Research says that 80% of the businesses will shutter down their traditional data centers by 2025. IDC (International Data Corporation) had changed its predicted percentage of 2018 for cloud IT infrastructure by 21.3% making the figure $57.2 billion! With the passing year 2018 and constant enhancements in cloud computing trends; we shall see the highest grossing trends. We will also check out which things might come up next.
• Public Cloud
Large companies are primarily preferring multi-cloud solutions, out of which, the public cloud is gaining traction. As per the survey of RightScale State of the Cloud, the priority of public cloud grew by 29% in 2018. According to IDC, the industries which were likely to spend the maximum on cloud were professional services, discrete manufacturing, banking, and telecommunications. These industries will most probably spend 25% more on the cloud in the coming 5 years.
It was the war of Container Orchestration, and clearly, Kubernetes has shone as a winner. Forrester and several insiders had predicted that Kubernetes would be the champion and the data has proven this. According to this survey, the current use of Kubernetes is 27%. Although there is still less clarity on how businesses are actually using Kubernetes, there is no doubt that the market is demanding Kubernetes for doing container orchestration. Read more…