Improved Ways Of Working and Serving Your Customers by Optimizing Cloud Trends
Cloud usage continues to grow year-on-year, but many enterprises are in different stages:
77% of enterprises are housing at least one app or part of their infrastructure in the cloud, according to IDG
Nearly 60% of enterprises rely on public cloud platforms, according to Forrester
Public cloud spending is predicted to grow 17.5% in 2023, this year according to Gartner
Hybrid and multi-cloud are common use cases now
Private cloud is still on the radar and usage is increasing
Staffing for cloud specific skillsets is still a challenge

Cloud Native
Cloud native simply means created to optimally leverage cloud characteristics
Cloud native can address many aspects of IT including:
Cloud-native architecture
Cloud-native infrastructure
Cloud-native applications
Benefits of cloud-native models:
Businesses are able to deploy apps at greater speed, giving them a much faster time to market than otherwise possible
IT organizations are able to automate processes easily, dedicating their workforce to necessary tasks instead of menial ones
The IT organizations can become an innovation center and drive business – including deploying apps that can be monetized
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