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Public Cloud Services Revenue Reached $233.4B

Public Cloud Services Revenue Reached $233.4B

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the Digital Transformation trends. Savvy CIOs and CTOs that were an early adopter of public cloud computing technologies now have a significant strategic market lead over their competitors. Moreover, a few dominant IT platform providers continue to benefit from this trend.

via Digital Lifescapes

U.S. Demand for Computer Science Education

U.S. Demand for Computer Science Education

There is a great and unmet need for computer science education in schools so that students learn the skills necessary to excel in their future workplaces. All stakeholders express a desire for more and better computer science learning opportunities, suggesting that expanded programs could help prepare today’s students for the future economy.

via Gallup

Cloud Digital Infrastructure: CIO Investment Trends

Cloud Digital Infrastructure Investment Trends

“By 2021, based on lessons learned, over 80% of your competitors will put a mechanism in place to shift to cloud-centric digital infrastructure twice as fast as before the pandemic. By 2023, you will depend upon digital infrastructure as the underlying platform for all of your IT and business automation initiatives, everywhere.”

via IDC

Global Hyperscale Cloud Providers Dominate IaaS Growth

Global Hyperscale Cloud Providers Dominate IaaS Growth

Leading public cloud service providers continue to gain market share across the globe. The cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) market grew 37.3 percent in 2019 to reach $44.5 billion — that’s up from $32.4 billion in 2018, according to the latest worldwide market study by Gartner.

via Digital Lifescapes

What CEOs Didn’t Talk About During the Pandemic

What CEOs Didn't Talk About During the Pandemic

“There is a widespread belief that COVID-19 is accelerating legacy software applications and other enterprise workloads moving to the cloud. Our keyword analysis, however, does not show a meaningful increase in CEOs that discussed the topic throughout Q2 2020.”

via IoT Analytics

Oil and Gas Industry Boosts Public Cloud SaaS Demand

Oil and Gas Industry Boosts Public Cloud SaaS Demand

Cloud computing allows oil and gas companies to scale their data management and storage, driving greater flexibility in infrastructure costs. The high computing power delivered via cloud platforms supports the adoption of other technologies such as the intelligent management of physical assets.

via GlobalData

How Cloud Computing Growth Enabled Remote Working

How Cloud Computing Growth Enabled Remote Working

CIOs and CTOs have been among the heroes of the COVID-19 response by pivoting their organizations to enable pervasive remote working. The cloud allows them to play an even more critical role in making business strategies successful.”

via McKinsey

Capital Markets Shift IT Spend to Public Cloud Services

Capital Markets Shift IT Spend to Public Cloud Services

Everest Group predicts that the spend on IT services in the capital markets industry will decline 2.1% in 2020 due to COVID-19, with outsourcing spend seeing a dip of -3.7% as firms reallocate resources and cost transformation initiatives are prioritized.

via Everest Group

How Cloud-Native Apps and Developers Drive Digital Growth

How Cloud-Native Apps and Developers Drive Digital Growth

Server virtualization was one of the key steps toward further IT infrastructure abstraction. Every enterprise CIO and CTO knows that managing a server farm is problematic. That’s why the quest for container and serverless platforms is driving more organizations to reassess their data center.

via Digital Lifescapes

Microservices Gain Momentum Among Cloud App Developers

Microservices Gain Momentum Among Cloud App Developers

According to a market study of cloud container usage, “about 28% of respondents say their organizations have been using microservices for at least three years; more than three-fifths (61%) of the respondents have been using microservices for a year or more.”

via O’Reilly