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New Trends to Succeed in Future Cloud Computing System

In 2015, the demand for cloud storage and cloud computing services continued to skyrocket. It is projected that more than 100 billion US dollars will be spent on private and public clouds during the same year while data management system continue to become more and more sought after. This growth is fueled by the expansion of online endeavors like big data projects and the rise of the Internet of Things technology. Of course, current technologies like mobile computing and social media development also continue to demand more and more capacities when it comes to cloud storage and its processing power.

At the same time, brand new technologies are entering the fold and providing cloud solutions with new possibilities and options. Here are some of the most important advances that can help any cloud solution attain success in the future markets.

Advance analytics cognitive computing:

Cognitive computing, better known under the umbrella term of machine learning, is rapidly becoming an integral part of cloud computing systems. Paired with advanced analytic capacity, which is able to compute vast amounts of data in a manner that results in instantly usable information, means that this mix will have the power to upgrade any cloud process autonomously. By being able to learn and analyze data, cloud management centres will increase their efficiency (anything from power management to active server allocation) and provide bigger speed rates, which can make a huge impact for any company that runs them.

Access the data instantly:

One of the most practical implication of the new trends in cloud computing is the instant access to stored data. By tying up the mobile devices and cross-platform access points, users are now free to get to their storage in any place and at any time. The future demand will include growing speeds of transfer, especially on mobile networks, but for this to even become an issue the cloud companies must provide instant access to data if they desire to stay competitive.

Integration of PaaS and IaaS:

The new cloud computing trends will most likely lead to the gradual disappearance of private cloud systems as more and more people go to the public options. Thanks to the fact that most vendors of public cloud services offer integration of PaaS (Platform as a Service) and IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) into hybrid platforms, there is less and less need to create expensive and complicated private solutions. Now, both PaaS and IaaS can be easily attained on big providers of could computing services, meaning that this integration is a necessary step for every cloud provider.

Managing multiple clouds:

Currently, management of cloud access still remains a relevant issue. Using more than one account mitigates the risks of incursion that result in disaster, which is why vendors are developing tools for management of multiple accounts. This was unthinkable just a few years ago because for most vendors this seemed like aiding the competition. But today, having a management platform for workload distribution and other parameters for more cloud computing accounts is a definitely fast becoming a reality.

Security development:

The boom of cloud computing use will inevitably lead to many future breaches of security. Currently, this remains the top reason why some users still shun from it. The same is true for business ventures which are hesitant to take their databases away from their physical servers. But, the use of mobile devices still leads to the cloud storage being filled with sensitive business data, so there is no avoiding this issue. This is why new tech development takes security to a new level on both the data application threshold, but also on the endpoint of the same data's pathway. Soon, technologies like tokens, both physical and virtual, fingerprint detection, and higher monitoring will be employed to combat attacks. Currently, the two-factor process of authentication is already in use on most services. But many more solutions have to come in the near future because the threats to cloud storage will only continue to grow as well.

Being aware of these new trends in cloud computing and implementing some or all of them will allow any cloud computing-related business to be more able to expand in the upcoming times.


About the Author

Deney Dental is the CEO at Nordisk Systems, Inc., As one of the cloud computing providers, Nordisk System is the only local business partner based in the Pacific Northwest. Here the company is specialized with unified open storage and cloud computing services in Portland, OR.

Published Tuesday, August 18, 2015 6:28 AM by David Marshall
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