Future of Cloud Computing, Cloud Computing Market trends - iMicron

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Initiatives like big data, business analytics, and business intelligence supplement cloud technology. Cloud will continue to shape and shift the modern business landscape with increasing digitization of the user and the business. By 2020, most people won't do their work with software running on a general-purpose PC. Instead, they will work in Internet-based applications such as Google Docs, and in applications run from smartphones. Aspiring application developers will develop for smartphone vendors and companies that provide Internet-based applications, because most innovative work will be done in that domain, instead of designing applications that run on a PC operating system For more info visit https://imicron.com

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THE CLOUD IN 2020 AND BEYOND 7 KEY Technologies That Are Transforming Your Business

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Introduction CIOs and business leaders seeing cloud and the technologies supporting the modern data center as direct enablers for their strategic goals. Demand for hybrid cloud is growing at a compound rate of 27 percent, far outstripping growth of the overall IT market - Markets and Markets. Nearly half of large enterprises will have hybrid cloud deployments by the end of 2017. Services delivered through the cloud will foster an economy based on delivery and consumption of everything from storage to computation to video to finance deduction management- Chris Howard, research vice president at Gartner. Cloud is growing at a compound rate of Nearly half of large enterprises will have hybrid cloud deployments by the end of 2017

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1. Holistic Next-Generation Security Cost of data breaches to reach $2.1 trillion globally by 2019, increasing to almost four times the estimated cost of breaches in 2015. - Juniper Research 32 percent respondents indicated that security was still a barrier to cloud adoption- Data Center Survey

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1. Holistic Security: 2.Next-Gen Security Services: 3. Integrating with Devices and Users: Look beyond Traditional firewalls and NGFW (next-gen firewalls) Go for Virtual security services that revolve around next-gen IPS/IDS (intrusion prevention and detection), as well as intelligent data loss prevention (DLP) mechanisms. Security will need to act as a business and user experience enabler, supporting greater levels of digitization, mobile users, and an evolving business.

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2. Evolving Public Cloud Services 81 percent of executives believe that industry boundaries will dramatically blur as platforms reshape industries into interconnected ecosystems- Accenture Technology Vision Report The market for public cloud services is continuing to demonstrate high rates of growth across all markets In 2020 and beyond – look to public cloud to help offset costs, reduce data center footprints, and truly evolve the business.

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3. Hyper converged Infrastructure(HCI) Hyper converged integrated systems will represent over 35 percent of total integrated system market revenue by 2019 – Gartner Report This technology will integrate into two of the most critical pieces of the IT environment – virtualization and cloud. This will improve agility and extension capabilities will become near-endless.

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4. Adopting Containerized Services Containers or virtual machine guest operating system are gaining attraction and are now being integrated with HCI, cloud, and server systems. Hosting Docker containers in virtual machines (VMs) (like a Nutanix system) allows for container migration, persistent storage for both containers and local registries, and streamlined network and security configuration. Various types- Linux based containers, NetScaler’s CPX

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5. WAN (and Data) Control and Optimization Containers or virtual machine guest operating system are gaining attraction and are now being integrated with HCI, cloud, and server systems. Hosting Docker containers in virtual machines (VMs) (like a Nutanix system) allows for container migration, persistent storage for both containers and local registries, and streamlined network and security configuration. Various types- Linux based containers, NetScaler’s CPX

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6. Automation and Orchestration The cloud of 2020 will have capabilities around predictive analytics, disaster recovery and business continuity (DRBC), self-healing and automated issue remediation, and even application deployment and complete lifecycle controls. Your cloud automation platform will be even more proactive and intelligent to visualize and forecast requirements for your cloud infrastructure. These technologies will help organizations control resources and even optimize the overall user experience.

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7. IoT , Digitization, and the Digital Revolution A recent Cisco report said that an important factor contributing to the growing adoption of the Internet of Everything (IoE) is the emergence of wearable devices, a category with high growth potential. By 2020, there will be 601 million wearable devices globally, growing fivefold from 97 million in 2015. Traffic from wireless and mobile devices will exceed traffic from wired devices by 2019. By 2019, wired devices will account for 33 percent of IP traffic, while Wi-Fi and mobile devices will account for 66 percent of IP traffic. In 2014, wired devices accounted for the majority of IP traffic at 54 percent A good cloud strategies and solid data center practices that enable security methodologies should act as an enabler to the user, to incorporate the ongoing digital revolution.

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Conclusion: Initiatives like big data, business analytics, and business intelligence supplement cloud technology. Cloud will continue to shape and shift the modern business landscape with increasing digitization of the user and the business. About iMicron: iMicron is a product of Techwave, with more than 500 dedicated cloud specialists worldwide. Among this large pool of expertise, includes more than 150 cloud sales associates and 100+ engineers. As a cloud service provider, iMicron views cloud not just as a single technology, but as a foundational platform to run and drive a whole new way of doing business. We started by simplifying the commercial relationships with leading vendors so customers don’t have to deal with hundreds of contracts, terms and negotiations. Then, we integrated all cloud solutions into a single source to make it easy to consume, manage and sell on an automated basis. We help to define those offerings into marketable products, evaluating the pricing, service plans and operations to ensure our partners are selling the most comprehensive solutions on the market.

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