Businesses need better automation to regain control of data centers | Virtual Reality

The cloud continues to grow in popularity as look to take advantage of digital trends. However, the term “cloud” is multi-definitional and means different things to different types of organizations. 

In the small business segment, cloud likely means software as a service (SaaS), as those organizations want turnkey applications offered on a pay-as-you-go model. For larger companies, cloud means public infrastructure as a service, such as Amazon Web Services or Microsoft Azure. 

Private clouds are alive and kicking

For large businesses, the cloud likely means hybrid where private centers make up most or even all of the cloud infrastructure. The ZK Research 2018 Global Cloud Forecast projected that by 2020, there would be more workloads in private clouds than in public clouds or available as legacy on-premises workloads. (Note: I am an employee of ZK Research.)

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