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Hybrid Cloud Computing Trends to Look Out For in 2020

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Cloud computing is flourishing with new trends and advancements. It had surprising growth last year and is predicted to break its own record in the coming years. Gartner defines a hybrid cloud service as a cloud computing service that is composed of some combination of private, public, and community cloud services from different service providers.

Hybrid cloud benefits an organization by providing Business Continuity, Innovation Opportunities, Scalability, Risk management, and Secure models for leveraging the cloud.

A recent study by IDC projected that the worldwide data services for hybrid cloud will grow at a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 20%, which is 15 percentage points faster than the worldwide software market.

Hybrid cloud providers are looking forward to evolving from the conventional cloud model. Thus, to dig in deep, let’s look at some specific trends that are expected to unfold in 2020.

Why Hybrid Cloud is Right for Your Business?

An organization’s hybrid cloud is a synergic amalgamation of a public cloud or a private cloud, for them to work together, there needs to be some coordination.

•Hybrid cloud environments will improve

There is an expectation to see augmentation in private and hybrid cloud implementation in the year ahead, mostly as the organizations are adopting cloud-centric operations and infrastructure.

Organizations will be able to receive a flawless hybrid cloud experience rather than viewing private and public cloud resources as different frameworks.

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•Automation will lead to multi-cloud environments

Organizations are fusing technologies from multiple cloud providers to refrain from vendor restrictions and avail the best features from multiple providers. Thus, multi-cloud will become the new norm, as organizations will experience the freedom to operate their workload with private, public, or hybrid cloud providers.

With the help of automation, organizations will be able to have a comprehensive outlook of their cloud operations, while managing costs and security issues.

•Safety, reliability, and adaptability will lead to efficient hybrid cloud strategies

Threats such as email compromise attacks, ransomware, and especially data breaches can occur in cloud environments. Securing all endpoints in the network cloud, isolating the most critical infrastructure, encrypting the data passing through the cloud, etc. will help maximize cloud security.

•Use of containers will grow

Containers provide consistency, irrespective of the type of cloud deployment. They are easy to deploy and can tackle operational concerns related to hybrid cloud, enabling organizations to increase the business value from their hybrid cloud strategy. While IT companies are bringing platforms together to simplify deployment, organizations will consider using containers to diversify the use of the hybrid cloud.

The hybrid cloud will persist to grow and develop gradually to offer companies more flexibility and regularity and help them speed up application deployment cycle.

In the coming years, the hybrid cloud model will easily divide the workload with greater flexibility, Increased automation and consistency, Scalability, and Enhanced security. The current and upcoming trends in the cloud computing market would be enhancing and meeting the coming business demand.

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