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Trends that will Decide the Future of Cloud Computing in 2022
A list of expected trends that the global businesses communities will witness in the upcoming years of the development of cloud computing services.
FREMONT, CA: In the aftermath of the covid-19 pandemic, cloud computing services are rising as businesses across several industries execute their digitalization strategies. The global public cloud services spending is expected to reach the $333.3 billion mark by the end of 2021. As cloud services get readily integrated into several business applications, they become versatile tools with multi-functional capabilities. But what do we expect from the cloud computing domain? What could be the expected trends?
1. Multi-Cloud: Multi-cloud refers to the integration of more than one cloud service provided by different cloud vendors. 93% of enterprises globally already have multi-cloud strategies in place. Multi-cloud has the capabilities of enhancing cyber security, risk mitigation, and feature acquisition.
2. Serverless Computers: This technology is among the top five fastest-growing Platforms as a Service. It is expected that demand for serverless computing will grow by 25% by the end of 2026. This technology enables businesses to develop and run applications without the need for physical servers. AWS offers serverless architecture to enterprises where the application runs on its servers, and it takes the responsibility of the associated maintenance.
3. Artificial Intelligence: AI is, without a doubt, the most popular technology in the world currently, with an expected market value of $89 billion annually. Cloud computing has already demonstrated the scope of AI in its workflows for managing data and providing data analytics capabilities.
4. Internet of Things (IoT): one of the leading trends in the cloud computing domain has to be the rise of IoT. Cloud computing and IoT are close relatives of each other as one technology greatly complements the other. IoT witnessed massive growth this year as the number of connected things shot up to 25 billion.
As the advancements in cloud computing continue, it will influence the shape of future businesses seeking to embrace digitalization and stay updated with the latest technological developments in the global business community.