The Future of Cloud Computing

The Future of Cloud Computing
21 October 2019

The Future of Cloud Computing

From toy drones to high functioning servers, almost everything is connected to the internet. Cloud computing has opened a whole new world of services, platforms, and applications. Though the flexible access to anything at any time revolutionized many industries, there are strong glimpses of vulnerable attacks too. The future of cloud computing lies on consistent improvements in its performance, storage, and security. Below are some of the important factors that showcase the future of cloud computing.

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1. Performance

Speed is one of the most crucial metrics in performance. Systems must sprightly analyse and process data to surge the speed. It is projected that 463 Exabyte of data will be created each day globally by 2025.

That is equivalent to 463 million 1TB hard disk. Pretty massive volume right? Nonetheless, it is not how huge the data is, but how fast this huge data getting processed. Data processing on cloud utterly depends on CPU, RAM, latency, and bandwidth. Cloud service providers are perpetually improving the cloud CPU and RAM to balance the workload. Also, they are working on discrete bandwidth approaches to send more data in less time. Consequently, it is clear that the performance of cloud computing will be superior in the future. As well, the workload will be way higher than it is used to be.

Cloud data centers will process 94% of the workload in 2021.

 2. Storage

To clutch the huge volume of data, cloud service providers are planning to set up additional data centers across the world. This will not only surge the cloud storage to hold huge volumes but improve content delivery as well. Most of the organizations are started to take advantage of hybrid cloud. So, the data will be processed from the nearest available data center. It is believed that 95% of all organizations will be relying on the Saas model for application delivery in just one year.

3. Cloud Security 

From the time when data can be accessed from anywhere across the globe, Cyber-attacks are getting usual. Large enterprises are not the only victims of cybercriminals. Half of all cyber-attacks are targeted at small businesses. This is due to their poor cloud configurations. On the other hand, the growth of cloud consultancies is expected to be soaring. They can help small businesses to have a secured cloud.

4. Modular Software

Where there are Complex software requirements, there will be functional complexities. Sometimes, it incites the complexity of the software system to raise out of control. To reduce the complexity, the software components are partitioned into modules and hoarded on different cloud servers. This type of software architecture will be prioritized in the future.

5. Artificial Intelligence

Machine Learning is the key to artificial intelligence. Large set of data stored on numerous sources supports the models to learn patterns. Harnessing the cloud, AI can perk up its performance and reliability since the computation entails advanced CPUs and GPUs.

Inspirisys with its global presence and partnership with top cloud tech leaders provides top-notch cloud services by leveraging the most contemporary cloud technologies. The trusted and loyal base of customers over two decades has provided a great platform for us to serve world-class cloud solutions and services across the world. Our Unified Cloud Platform is built on four pillars including consumption, Cloud Operations (CloudOps), Cost Management and compliance, providing highly competent services across the cloud domain.