In the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, there was a rapid uptick in demand for cloud services. In a matter of months, the percentage of employees working remotely jumped from 20% to 71%.1. Additionally, enterprises quickly scaled their cloud spend in the third quarter of 2020 (July–September), an increase of 28% from the same quarter in 2019.
The dynamic nature of most business environments can place conflicting requirements on IT teams. They’re working hard to find the resources to keep their businesses competitive, but they have to manage costs at the same time, all while supporting an increasingly diverse set of applications.
The Disaster Recovery infrastructure is a set of software components that must be installed on Acronis Cyber Infrastructure and registered in Acronis Cyber Cloud as an infrastructure entity with disaster recovery capabilities.
While the hybrid cloud model continues to grow in popularity, it remains somewhat shrouded in misunderstanding. Even some IT professionals continue to use the term to refer to any mix of on-premises and public cloud resources — a crude definition at best, and one that fails to adequately convey the unique methodology behind cloud resource delivery and the potential benefits of hybrid cloud solutions.
Enterprises are turning to hybrid cloud to modernize IT for the digital era. But, given the significant complexity that still exists today in cross-cloud management and integration, many enterprises are struggling to create an effective hybrid cloud strategy.
The public cloud IaaS and PaaS market was worth $84.8 billion in 2019, and this combined market is anticipated to grow at 27% CAGR over the next five years, according to IDC. Within the context of this heavy push into the cloud, Virtana commissioned a survey to better understand organizations’ multi-cloud deployment, experience, and success.
Never before has technology played a more critical role within organizations – both operationally and strategically. The need for greater agility and performance was already on the minds of many leadership teams – the pressure to innovate already prevalent. Creating superior employee and customer experiences, as well as driving better efficiencies has seen many senior leaders turn to the virtues of a hybrid IT environment.
The Next-Gen Private/Hybrid Cloud – Data Centre Services and Solutions 2021 study evaluated more than 100 niche hybrid IT, colocation and managed hosting service providers in the U.K. ISG Provider Lens™ has identified the key global and regional providers and analysed key trends driving the IT outsourcing, hybrid IT managed services, data centre managed hosting services and colocation markets in the U.K.
In both cloud resource sharing models, it is important to understand how they work and why there is a difference in how applications and workloads can be impacted. Understanding these differences can help an organization choose which model to run their mission-critical workloads.
Cloud native tech will continue to power digital transformation strategies: By the end of next year, 60% of companies will leverage containers on public cloud platforms and 25% of developers will leverage serverless. In 2021, companies target fast wins with immediate advantages like shunning on-premises backups and finally moving disaster recovery to the cloud.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) is a platform of cloud services that enable you to build and run a wide range of applications in a highly available, consistently high-performance environment. This paper showcases how OCI is designed to help companies run their entire application portfolio, especially their mission-critical workloads, in the cloud.