Top Cloud Computing Trends for 2017

According to experts, cloud may look and feel different in 2017. Its usage is rising like a tsunami across the globe. The demand for secure hybrid cloud and other effective options have become necessities for most service providers and consumers. New trends and innovations have surfaced in order to make cloud computing better and safer. Here are some of the trends to expect in 2017.

1. The hybrid evolution

Hybrid cloud hosting no longer means mixing traditional IT solutions with cloud-based options. It is more of incorporating a wide variety of cloud-based and conventional IT components that businesses need to establish a strong foundation in data sharing and creation. We expect a hybrid evolution in cloud computing where experts will integrate both traditional IT and cloud-based solutions to satisfy business needs. This will include the ability to analyze and scale the resources in demand, facilitate IT disaster recovery and cross-manage data security.

2. Close relationship between public and private cloud

There has been a long conversations as to whether public or private cloud can be used to perform similar tasks and foster a good environment for IT development in organizations. Experts believe that 2017 will come with new theories that might help to develop robust systems that allow these two cloud options to work concurrently and harmoniously. These theories will also spark new developments that will aim to increase the efficiency of managed hosting for both private and public services.

3. Flexible networking connectivity

Companies that offer web hosting services will see major improvements in cloud accessibility and compatibility this year. As a result, many companies will shift their web hosting focus to cloud for effective connectivity to a pool of customers. There will be vertical deployment models designed for the cloud and managed to host services. For those of you interested in learning more, there are more resources to be found on the Carbon60 Networks website.

4. Improved security

The cloud has encountered several security obstacles for the past few years. However, there have been some efforts from developers and stakeholders to improve security in the cloud. The security of the cloud has been more of the responsibility of the customers than the provider. This trend is going to change drastically in 2017. Providers will have access to efficient and effective tools to improve security of their systems. We expect improvements in DDoS protection and other cloud components that are often vulnerable to attacks.

5. DevOPS will be obsolete

There has been a long battle between system admins and developers as to who has the administrative control over the deployed stacks in the cloud. This is going to be a thing of the past for developers as DevOPS will be replaced with more effective Drupal systems. Developers and admins will no longer clash in the platform. Instead, the new features will allow them to work together regardless of their level of skills or experience.