Multiple cloud deployments lead to hyper-hybrid environments
The increased understanding and adoption of cloud computing is leading companies to deploy multiple types of the technology and, as a result, requires decision-makers to reevaluate the business as a whole. This will help them avoid some of the integration complexities associated with more than one solution, according to a CIO report.
Cloud computing is no longer a technology on the horizon, as more chief information officers are planning to deploy the services now, rather than preparing to do so in the future. Organizations are also implementing multiple public and private cloud environments that are linked together at their core, creating what some experts are calling hyper-hybrid clouds, the report noted.
The technique most often used to connect clouds together is through on-premise integration systems, the CIO report continued. As a result, businesses need to deal with complex data integration, security and reliability issues in order to guarantee success.
The global cloud computing market, which includes both public and private cloud-based environments, is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate of 30 percent from 2015 to 2020, according to Market Research Media. As more organizations utilize the cloud and integrate it with on-site solutions, hybrid cloud management will be an important concern for successful companies.
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