July 15, 2019 / GuidesFor Team
Cloud computing has gone a long way from being another “server implementation solution.” It now stands on its own and HAS evolved further with its own offshoots such as Edge computing.
According to Forbes, it will continue to grow and by 2020, 83 percent of Enterprise workloads will run on cloud servers. That is a big number considering there are other alternatives, given that none of them are as cost-effective and feature-rich as cloud computing. This article is about the evolution of cloud computing to multi-cloud, serverless computing, and cloud-native container platforms. How legacy proprietary infrastructure is no longer necessary in the modern world and its time to move on to large public cloud providers.
– Miyagi Kazuki
Posted In: Research