The cloud which was introduced a few years back has changed a lot recently. It is already making a huge impact on how IT professionals are using computing infrastructure, be it accessing personal information or ordering stuff online. Cloud computing is one of the technologies that are growing at the fastest pace and more and more organizations are slowly and gradually moving towards it.
In this blog, we are going to talk about some of the upcoming cloud computing trends that can be seen in late 2019 and early 2020.

Backup and Disaster Recovery - Public cloud providers like AWS(Amazon web services), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud which are pioneers in the space of cloud computing are making sure that they provide best of the solutions for Backup and Disaster Recovery which also includes security of the infrastructure. Whereas it is the responsibility of the users to take care of data and compliance.

Serverless Computing - Slowly and gradually this is picking up the pace and as time passes this will be one of the most common trends seen shortly. This is a configuration where users request for a PaaS (Platform as a Service) and supplier who is supplying services of the cloud is going to charge for the PaaS. There’s no change from customer’s perspective since they will not be going to buy or rent. Customer will be charged on the basis of request and response for a PaaS.

Artificial Intelligence Platforms - Use of AI in processing data at a faster pace, helps in giving the best of the results that too in a very short period. AI platform can reduce costs as it will make tasks automated, won’t let effort duplicated and it takes over manual tasks like extracting or copying of data from one location to other.

Edge Computing - This is one of the systematic approaches which executes data at the edge of the network so that cloud computing can be streamlined. It is one of the core components for cloud computing since it provides real-time data analytics. This streamlines the flow from IoT devices by running real-time services.

Cloud Security - Since lot and lot of companies are moving towards cloud computing without paying much of the heed to security. After the introduction of GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) security concerns have risen to a different level and is one of the most important things to look after.
These are a few of the upcoming trends in Cloud, thus, if you want to set up your business for success then this is the time to start transiting to cloud computing.

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