Latest Cloud Computing Trends to Watch in 2020

In the current corporate industry, the use of cloud computing has become an unspoken norm. Almost everyone has heard of it, and its advantages are far-reaching and wide – it saves costs, increases efficiency, helps to do work faster, etc. In various market research conducted over time, the results have shown that this trend of using cloud computing in companies and technology houses will increase in the coming years.

So far, there have been some significant changes that have occurred in the field of cloud computing, and it will be important for companies to look at them when investing their time and capital in cloud computing.

quantum computing-

Quantum computing literally translates as tasks that once took hours will now take exponentially less time, seconds to be exact. This means that computers and servers will now process information much faster than usual, increasing the speed of networking in the future. It should be remembered that today’s networks have cloud computing at their core, which means that significant technological changes will occur in cloud computing due to the development of quantum computing.

Use of Blockchain

Blockchain technology has led to the development of faster network systems. Many businesses, especially financial technology powerhouses, have increased their use of blockchain in their cryptocurrency analysis and validation. At the center of all this is cloud computing, which has the potential to host crypto-commerce, including Initial Coin Offerings.

Increasing digital literacy-

As the newer workforce enters the workforce over time, we are finding that they are much more knowledgeable about the technological advancements of newer technologies, especially cloud computing. Thus, companies will see that they have two types of workers – technologically advanced and those who are not so technologically advanced. Companies will need to implement various training and induction programs to keep older generations digitally aware.

worker mobility-

Drawing correlations with the increasing digital knowledge among workers, the trend is soon catching up with newer workers, and this concerns the mobility of workers and their work. With cloud computing, workers do not need to be present in their offices and premises every time they work. They can work from anywhere, on any device, and get the job done. Any company that does not offer them mobility will not have loyal employees.

Edge Computing-

Edge computing means ‘bringing computing closer to the data source’. Because of this, the communication between the network and the data source is significantly minimized, increasing the computation speed and significantly reducing the costs. How does that happen? With computing. This kind of technology is used in modern devices such as smart refrigerators, smart speakers, cars, etc., and is only possible thanks to cloud computing.

AI (Artificial Intelligence): A New Revolutionary Invention-

Artificial intelligence is considered to be the future of digital automation. The automation possibilities it offers companies have surprised even the most optimistic people, and even with its criticism, people are beginning to realize how useful AI can be. With AI, we are expected to see the rise of devices using edge computing, which means that its basis lies only in cloud computing. Artificial intelligence is something every business should be on the lookout for.

Serverless Computing-

This is a newly developed model of cloud computing where a dynamic backend system helps you scale up and down depending on the usage of your application or service instead of using predetermined servers. This technology is also considered futuristic and is supported by people like Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella. Open source serverless computing service providers will slowly emerge, reducing the need for server vendors that you have to lock into their services.

Data Center Ecosystem-

By combining the power of machine learning, cloud computing and data processing with quantum computing, we will soon see software become a service rather than a subscription-based commodity that will be easily consumed by companies and businesses with the help of these newly developed technologies. In this way, the project completion time will be reduced, costs will be reduced and we will see a reduction in redundant processes. It would appear that the way data is viewed today would be revolutionized, with cloud computing technology at its core.

In conclusion, the current progress in cloud computing is only a glimpse of what is to come. It’s just a base. At the forefront of it all would be the many new innovations and technologies that will be there to revolutionize the way we do everything we do.