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Cloud Computing Trends For 2019

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Scientists have predicted some innovative cloud computing trends that will occur before 2019 ends. While some service providers are upgrading the speed of their cloud computing infrastructure, others are coping with the challenges of the technology. However, digital transformation is a trend of new opportunities that will last beyond the first half of 2019. Let’s see how some exciting cloud computing opportunities are adding value to business owners.

Hybrid and Multi-Cloud Infrastructure

Hybrid and multi-cloud models are distinct services that have their pros and cons. Usually, the generic option of open cloud services might not be the best technology for some large organizations. Unlike the practice of using ‘one-cloud-fits-all’ strategy, hybrid and multi-cloud solutions offer specific technical requirements. By designing flexible cloud architectures, end users can unlock the full potential of software and applications. According to cybersecurity analysts and reputed web developers, the hybrid cloud market’s value will be more than $100bn by 2024. However, the annual growth rate of 17% for hybrid and multi-cloud infrastructure is expected to increase by the end of 2019. While corporate organizations are switching to both hybrid and multi-cloud environments, the cloud computing industry is gaining momentum.

Cloud Services without Servers

Serverless services are one of the cloud computing features that is trending and serves as an effective web development idea. As a flexible IT solution that optimizes speed, cloud users don’t need physical infrastructure. Unlike physical servers that store data, serverless computing platforms are more user-friendly. Also, serverless computing platforms like the PaaS (Platform as a Service), LaaS, and SaaS can handle workload effectively. Developers have designed a reliable cloud model for the changing market, and cloud providers are excited. However, cloud users don’t have to configure a serverless platform or purchase special applications before using this service.

Cloud Technology Increases Capacity

In the first quarter of 2019, we saw a different innovation of hybrid and multi-cloud tools.  They are being used for designing applications and data management. There’s a culture shift from slow, monolithic IT infrastructure to flexible cloud solutions. Consequently, cloud automation engineers will need a range of helpful tools that can handle repetitive tasks. So, we expect more capacity for microservices applications, data integration, speed, and cybersecurity in an evolving cloud environment. Additionally, innovative technology is promoting the relevance of cloud automation engineer, project managers, and service brokers.

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Evolution of Edge Computing

Every cloud computing approach requires the right skills to execute data at the edge of networks. This computing approach is on the front burner of 2019 business year, and real-time traffic flow is being streamlined from IoT devices. By increasing the use of edge networks, cloud computing, data analysis, and analytics will take large market share of the IT industry.

Improving Cloud Security

The growing scourge of cyber attacks with phishing messages and malware invasion make stringent compliance measures very necessary. One of the cloud computing trends for 2019 focuses on GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) security. According to the 2018 Data Protection Regulations guidelines, developers must improve the security of cloud data. When organizations fail to implement security compliance protocols, there’s often risks of data exploitation and theft. To avoid this drawback, business owners must subscribe to efficient technologies. This strategy guarantees more data protection in 2019.

Application Networks

End-users need smart tools and application networks that are compatible with multiple cloud environments. Usually, these management tools help to update, process (run), and secure data. However, the year 2019 has seen massive investments in application networks. Blue-chip companies like Amazon, Google, and Apple are developing wider application networks that make enterprise software more efficient. Before the end of 2019, we hope to see some high-end interoperable applications that give rewarding in-store and online sales to retailers.