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Posted: May 23, 2020 at 6:51 pm
BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--OReilly, the premier source for insight-driven learning on technology and business, today released the survey findings of its latest report, Cloud Adoption in 2020, that captures the latest trends in cloud, microservices, distributed application development, and other critical infrastructure and operations technologies. The report found that more than 88% percent of respondents use cloud infrastructure in one form or another, and 45% of organizations expect to move three quarters or more of their applications to the cloud over the next twelve months.
The report surveyed 1,283 software engineers, technical leads, and decision-makers from around the globe. Of note, the report uncovered that 21% of organizations are hosting all applications in a cloud context. The report also found that while 49% of organizations are running applications in traditional, on-premises contexts, 39% use a combination of public and private cloud deployments in a hybrid-cloud alternative, and 54% use multiple cloud services.
Public cloud dominates as the most popular deployment option with a usage share greater than 61%, with AWS (67%), Azure (48%), and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) (32%) as the most used platforms. However, while Azure and GCP customers also report using AWS, the reverse is not necessarily true.
We see a widespread embrace of cloud infrastructure across the enterprise which suggests that most organizations now equate cloud with whats next for their infrastructure decisions and AWS as the front-runner when it comes to public cloud adoption, said Mary Treseler, vice president of content strategy at OReilly. For those still on the journey to cloud-based infrastructure migration, ensuring that staff is well-versed in critical skills, such as cloud security and monitoring, will be incredibly important for successful implementations. Enterprises with solid footing have the potential to leverage this infrastructure for better software development and AI-based services, which will put them at an advantage over competitors.
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Cloud providers need to proactively support their customers through the tail end of the Covid-19 pandemic. They can do this by demonstrating the strength and adaptability of their service offerings.
Covid-19 has left many organisations unsure if their business continuity strategy is sufficiently robust, particularly when it comes to cloud services. The reliance on videoconferencing and collaboration tools has stressed the limits of back-end supporting services, while also increasing network traffic volume. However, cloud providers with robust and excess infrastructure, combined with disaster recovery plans to respond to such a crisis, are successfully managing in this new normal.
As IT leaders begin to consider longer-term cloud solutions to support the new portion of their workforce remaining remote, they are facing challenging questions about the resiliency and dependability of cloud services. At the same time as Covid-19 has pushed cloud to the spotlight, it has put providers in a unique position to reassure customers of their strength and adaptability.
The providers who will fail at this time are the ones still tackling the debate of on-premises data centres vs cloud. Customers are now asking about the adaptability of their current cloud service that they have been forced to adopt if they decided to continue using it post pandemic.
Providers need to prove that their services are resilient enough to handle random spikes in demand by showcasing their excess capacity to rapidly deploy new services when needed. To allow customers to rest assured, can providers prove they are themselves supported by underlying infrastructure that is sufficiently robust?
Here are the actions cloud providers must ensure in support of their clients and deliver uninterrupted service during the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond.
Cloud computing is a model that is inherently designed to satisfy fluctuating demand and well-architected, well-run cloud services are designed to handle unexpected spikes in demand. If implemented correctly, cloud services are well positioned to support rising requests, such as those exhibited during this Covid-19 crisis.
However, more reports of slowdowns or outright inability to handle increased loads are surfacing every day. The reasons for this are varied. Increased remote workers means increased load on VPNs and the servers that handle their connections. While companies have spent money to build out their existing capacity to handle remote work, few have come close to provisioning capacity many times their established norms. This means any reduction in service quality will appear to end users as limited bandwidth availability and slower loads.
For cloud providers that host VPN servers and private network connections for companies with workforces both large and small, it is of critical importance that you help customers understand their limitations and to expand them at a measured cost.
Cloud providers must engineer their networks to handle spikes without having to throw bandwidth at the problem, which can often be an expensive proposition. Deploying advanced traffic engineering technologies will be crucial.
In addition to managing increased traffic, operations teams must be able to maintain service availability and performance while they themselves are working remotely or with reduced staff. Furthermore, components powering the cloud data centre resources, such as chips or servers, may be in short supply due to supply chain disruptions facing manufacturing facilities. Customers who understand these realities want to be reassured that their provider is dealing with the potential bottlenecks in service smoothly and effectively.
By publicly stress testing cloud infrastructure and explaining the results in the context of periods of extreme variation, cloud providers will be well positioned to address customer resiliency concerns that naturally arise when comparing longer term solutions post pandemic.
Using the stress test data, cloud providers can develop and publish comprehensive service continuity plans for increased usage, remotely managing services and leveraging a geographically diverse engineering workforce for support.
Allowing customers in to this discussion will build their confidence in your resiliency plans.
Many cloud customers are facing revenue challenges during these unprecedented times and will remember the service providers who lent a helping hand. If you can act as stopgaps by offering financial relief to customers, especially small and midsize businesses then do so if you havent already. There are many possibilities to explore this initiative, the easiest is to consider providing cloud-based collaboration and conferencing capabilities at a discount or for free, at least for a limited period of time.
About the author: Daryl Plummer is VP, Distinguished Analyst, chief of Research and chief Gartner Fellow. Mr. Plummer is chief of research for cloud computing and a primary analyst covering multiple cloud topics, business process management, SOA and Web technologies. He manages the Gartner Fellows Program, which is designed to allow senior analysts the opportunity to explore new research ideas and to elevate the Gartner culture and brand with clients. He is also chief of Research for emerging trends and interacts with clients on topics ranging from application development to enterprise architecture.
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Alibaba registers solid revenues in FY20 thanks to cloud computing and core retail businesses – FinanceFeeds
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Cloud computing revenue grew 62% year-over-year in fiscal year 2020 to RMB 40,016 million (US$5,651 million).
Alibaba Group Holding Limited (NYSE:BABA) today posted its financial resultsfor the quarter and fiscal year ended March 31, 2020, with revenues marking an increase on the back of the domestic retail and cloud computing business segments.
During the quarter to end-March 2020, revenue was RMB114,314 million (US$16,144 million), an increase of 22% year-over-year.
On the downside, net income attributable to ordinary shareholders was RMB3,162 million (US$447 million), a decrease of 88% year-over-year, and net income was RMB348 million (US$49 million), a decrease of 99% year-over year. The year-over-year decrease reflected a net loss in investment income, mainly reflecting decreases in the market prices of Alibabas equity investments in publicly-traded companies, compared to a net gain recorded in the same quarter of 2019.
Non-GAAP net income, which excludes the above-mentioned loss and gain, amounted to RMB22,287 million (US$3,148 million) in the quarter to March 31, 2020, an increase of 11% year-over-year.
During the fiscal year to end-March 2020, revenue was RMB509,711 million (US$71,985 million), an increase of 35% year-over-year.
Net income attributable to ordinary shareholders was RMB149,263 million (US$21,080 million), and net income was RMB140,350 million (US$19,821 million). Non-GAAP net income for the fiscal year to end-March 2020 was RMB132,479 million (US$18,710 million), an increase of 42% year-over-year.
Alibaba Cloud has maintained its leadership position in Asia Pacifics cloud computing market by developing technology and business solutions that enable the digital transformation of businesses across industries in the public and private sectors. Cloud computing revenue grew 58% year-over-year to RMB12,217 million (US$1,725 million) in the quarter ended March 31, 2020 and 62% year-over-year in fiscal year 2020 to RMB 40,016 million (US$5,651 million), primarily driven by increased revenue contribution from both Alibabas public cloud and hybrid cloud businesses.
Daniel Zhang, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Alibaba Group, commented:
Our overall business continued to experience strong growth, with a total annual active consumer base of 960 million globally, despite concluding the fiscal year with a quarter impacted by the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic has fundamentally altered consumer behavior and enterprise operations, making digital adoption and transformation a necessity. We are well positioned and prepared to help large and small businesses across a wide spectrum of industries achieve the digital transformation they need to survive this difficult period and eventually prevail in the new normal.
In terms of forecasts, Maggie Wu, Chief Financial Officer of Alibaba Group, said:
Although the pandemic negatively impacted most of our domestic core commerce businesses starting in late January, we have seen a steady recovery since March. Based on our current view of Chinese domestic consumption and enterprise digitization, we expect to generate over RMB650 billion in revenue in fiscal year 2021.
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Global Cloud Computing in K-12 Market Projected to Reach USD XX.XX billion by 2025- Adobe Systems, Blackboard, Cisco, Ellucian, Dell EMC, Instructure,…
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Agencies Gain Access to Unified, Cloud-Native Services
Edge computing inverts network and security service design patterns, shifting the focus to the secure interaction of users and data wherever they are more often than not, outside of traditional enterprise perimeters.
As a result, the market must move from point products in the cloud to Secure Access Service Edge (SASE, pronounced sassy), a transformation Gartner predicts will happen by 2024. This emerging security and networking architecture model, introduced by Gartner last year, converges networking and network security into a single cloud-native service.
As edge computing breeds complexity, latency and the need to decrypt and inspect encrypted traffic, the demand for the consolidation will only increase. SASE is different from other approaches because of the security breadth it brings.
Combining web, network, app and data security into one provides visibility and control across the cloud, network and endpoints. Hybrid enforcement allows the same management and policies to be enforced from anywhere, which leads to increased speed, lower costs and uniformity.
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SASE also enables behavioral automation and risk-adaptive protection, which are particularly crucial as warfare evolves. There arent just more devices connected to the internet; those devices are growing in complexity and speed thanks to AI and machine learning, which have bolstered offensive and defensive capabilities.
Its imperative for the military to protect technologies at the edge to ensure they arent manipulated and used against their forces. If, for example, military systems, communications, security cameras, IoT sensors or card readers get compromised, organizations must have the security in place to react quickly.
Organizations must leverage behavioral analytics for IoT devices communicating back to the cloud. Behavioral intelligence can be integrated into cloud-based security platforms to extend automated and risk-adaptive protection. This adaptively shapes and enforces security policies across enterprise endpoints or devices with no administrator intervention and can do so across an agencys entire on-premises and cloud infrastructure.
This allows organizations to gain insight into human and machine behavior, thus helping protect AI-fueled digital transformation efforts. On the human side especially, administrators should implement management and monitoring plans that focus on the individual, even in a widespread edge environment.
A highly targeted security approach, such as one that involves monitoring individual risk profiles and user behaviors, is preferable since security measures can be targeted at individuals without creating friction throughout the entire workforce.
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As edge computing is combined with cloud computing, it requires the same rigorous security considerations as with running in the cloud. That is a challenge for many organizations today, given their current security infrastructure.
As IoT and the tactical edge continue to grow, organizations will be forced to adapt. Agencies should begin to reconsider their current architecture to support the tactical edge now, embracing a cloud-native approach that can underpin simplified network and security administration down the line.
There is no question that SASE will play a leading role in this transformation, enabling greater cloud app performance, cutting the complexity of security hardware and connectivity, and increasing visibility and control, among other benefits. Only by investing in this foundation will organizations be able to realize the benefits, latency and bandwidth included, of edge computing.
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How Coronavirus Pandemic Will Impact SaaS Cloud Computing Market Applications, Manufacturers, Trends Analysis and Forecast by 2028 – Jewish Life News
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Companies in the SaaS Cloud Computing market are vying suggestive steps to tackle the challenges resulting from the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic. Exhaustive research about COVID-19 is providing present-day techniques and alternative methods to mitigate the impact on Coronavirus on the revenue of the SaaS Cloud Computing market.
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Major players in the global Cloud Computing market include:Amazon Web ServicesSAPRackspaceOracleDELLIBMEMCVmwareMicrosoft AzureAliyunGoogle Cloud PlatformSalesforce
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The global annual revenue from the product of Cloud Computing is expected to be evaluated at US$ xx Mn by the end of 2025. The dominant regions, i.e., North America, Eastern Europe, SEA & Others of APAC and Western Europe, are anticipated to collectively account for a majority share of the Cloud Computing market. The Cloud Computing markets in Southeast Asia & other Asia Pacific and Eastern Europe are likely to dominate the Cloud Computing market over the forecast period.
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Organizations in both the private and public sectors have increasingly turned to cloud service providers (CSPs) to support their technical infrastructure, primarily to reduce IT costs and increase the efficiency of computing resources. In many cases, CSPs can also offer protection from security threats and increased cyber resilience though customers often face trade-offs when they rely on cloud providers for these protections.
In the area of cyber resilience, in particular, organizations can offload much of the responsibility for keeping computer systems up and running by relying on cloud service providers, but this also means relinquishing much of their own control over those resilience measures.
The resilience of computer systems can mean slightly different things to different organizations. For some, it refers to maintaining a system that never goes down, while for others it refers to a systems capacity to recover from incidents and outages as quickly and painlessly as possible.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) defines the resilience of information systems as The ability of an information system to continue to: (i) operate under adverse conditions or stress, even if in a degraded or debilitated state, while maintaining essential operational capabilities; and (ii) recover to an effective operational posture in a time frame consistent with mission needs.
Although the types of incidents and their consequences vary from business to business, a 2014 estimate from Gartner puts the average cost of just one minute of IT downtime at $5,600, and a 2016 Ponemon Institute report raises that estimate to nearly $9,000 per minute. The ever-increasing reliance on IT services suggests that the financial consequences of unplanned outages are continually rising.
Since IT costs and efficiency are typically primary drivers of cloud service adoption, it makes sense that reducing costs due to IT outages and interruptions might also factor into the decision.
Cloud services can help organizations with both of the components of cyber resilience: operating continuously under adverse conditions and recovering rapidly from incidents with minimal business interruptions. CSPs typically operate infrastructure with much greater capacity than individual organizations, and they may also have significantly more resources to devote to security measures and attack prevention.
Way back in 2012, a report published by ENISA, the European Unions cybersecurity agency, determined that a cloud service providers ability to dynamically reallocate resources for filtering, traffic shaping, authentication, encryption, etc, to defensive measures (e.g., against DDoS attacks) has obvious advantages for resilience. In other words, a denial-of-service (DoS) attack that might otherwise cause company server outages can be easily absorbed by a cloud providers larger traffic capacity and greater ability to filter traffic.
Similarly, ransomware attacks that cut organizations off from their systems and data can be overcome with the assistance of cloud providers that produce and retain back-up copies of those systems.
Alternatively, a CSP can help customers respond to natural disasters that cut off power to servers in one region by shifting their traffic and systems to servers operated in a data center somewhere else.
A 2017 white paper titled Advancing cyber resilience with cloud computing, published by Microsoft, makes similar arguments: Cloud computing can be a practicable and valuable tool for cyber resilience and digital continuity, the authors assert. Thanks to its geographic replication of data, rapid scalability, security features and cost-effectiveness, cloud enables users to increase the efficiency of their operations and their agility in response to threats.
The impressive capabilities of cloud services have changed how businesses around the world operate, but ultimately, it is up to individual organizations to determine whether these long-known advantages outweigh the possible downsides.
The downside to relying on cloud services for resilience is that it can sometimes leave customers with little control over the resilience of their own computer systems and infrastructure and can also leave them vulnerable to attacks directed at their providers as well as any mistakes the providers might make.
As more organizations rely on the same small set of cloud service providers, the consequences of each individual outage may become greater, even if the number of outages decreases. But for many small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) that lack dedicated security staff, the risks of a cloud provider outage still wont beat out the benefit of having the enhanced security and resilience resources that large cloud providers can offer.
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Global Healthcare Cloud Computing Market Development, Market Trends, Key Driven Factors, Segmentation And Forecast To 2020-2026 – Cole of Duty
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The Healthcare Cloud Computing market report focuses on the COVID-19 Outbreak Impact analysis of key points influencing the growth of the market. The intelligence report prepared contains details on the leading players of the global market, along with various depending aspects related and associated with the market. Profile the Top Key Players, with sales, revenue and global market shares are analyzed emphatically by landscape contrast and speak to info. Upstream raw materials and instrumentation and downstream demand analysis is additionally administrated.
The study encompasses profiles of major companies operating in the global Healthcare Cloud Computing market.
Key players profiled in the report include:
EMCEpic SystemsCleardata NetworksMicrosoftAthenahealthAllscripts Healthcare SolutionsVmwareCarestream HealthSAPNextGen Healthcare Information SystemsOracleAppNetaIBMNetappSiemensVerizonCisco SystemsHP HealthcarePhilips HealthcareRackspace HostingNTT DataCareCloudIron MountainNapier HealthcareGoogleUnitedHealth GroupGE HealthcareAppleMEDITECHMerge HealthcareCernerCovisintNetsuiteAWSAgfa HealthcareDellGNAX HealthSalesforceCognizant Technology Solutions
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The Healthcare Cloud Computing market business development trends and selling channels square measure analyzed. This industry research report enriched on worldwide competition by topmost prime manufactures which providing information such as Company Profiles, Gross, Gross Margin, Capacity, Product Picture and Specification, Production, Price, Cost, Revenue and contact information.
Analysis of Global Healthcare Cloud Computing Market: By Type
Analysis of Global Healthcare Cloud Computing Market: By Application
Our exploration specialists acutely ascertain the significant aspects of the global Healthcare Cloud Computing market report. It also provides an in-depth valuation in regards to the future advancements relying on the past data and present circumstance of market situation. In this report, we have investigated the principals, players in the market, geological regions, product type, and market end-client applications. The global Healthcare Cloud Computing report comprises of primary and secondary data which is exemplified in the form of pie outlines, tables, analytical figures, and reference diagrams. The Healthcare Cloud Computing report is presented in an efficient way that involves basic dialect, basic outline, agreements, and certain facts as per solace and comprehension.
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Global Healthcare Cloud Computing Market by Geography:
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Each segment of the global Healthcare Cloud Computing market is extensively evaluated in the research study. The segmental analysis offered in the report pinpoints key opportunities available in the market through leading segments. This research report categorizes the market by players/brands, region, type and application. This report also studies the global market status, competition landscape, market share, growth rate, future trends, market drivers, opportunities and challenges, sales channels, distributors, customers, research findings & conclusion, appendix & data source and Porters Five Forces Analysis.
A short outline of the pointers encompassed in the Healthcare Cloud Computing market scope:
There are 10 Chapters to deeply display the Healthcare Cloud Computing market:
Chapter 1, is executive summary of Healthcare Cloud Computing Market;
Chapter 2, is definition and segment of Healthcare Cloud Computing ;
Chapter 3, to show info and data comparison of Healthcare Cloud Computing Players;
Chapter 4, to explain the industry chain of Healthcare Cloud Computing ;
Chapter 5, to show comparison of regions and courtiers (or sub-regions);
Chapter 6, to show competition and trade situation of Healthcare Cloud Computing Market;
Chapter 7, to show comparison of applications;
Chapter 8, to show comparison of types;
Chapter 9, to show investment of Healthcare Cloud Computing Market;
Chapter 10, to forecast Healthcare Cloud Computing, market in the next years;
Summary of Healthcare Cloud Computing Market: Healthcare Cloud Computing is a service that provides information to its subscribers. The subscribers can subscribe to magazines, daily papers, academic quarterlies, and/or online news.
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