Public Cloud Evolves Beyond The Hyperscalers
“In the next two to five years the widespread adoption of microservices, serverless computing, and containers will deliver public cloud speed and agility across private and industry-specific cloud environments, threatening hyperscalers’ dominance.”
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.”
Why Hybrid Multi-cloud is Already Mainstream
More than 90 percent of enterprises around the world have adopted cloud services in some shape or form. Additionally, 46 percent of them run a multi-cloud environment and 59 percent have adopted more advanced concepts like containers and microservices in their production set-up.
via Everest Group
Cloud-Native Applications: Lessons Learned in Practice
Now that containerized architectures can increase application agility and speed, there’s been a push to package more applications in containers, and use Kubernetes to manage both compute and storage.
via The New Stack
Applications Container Revenue will Reach $4.3 Billion
The global market for server virtualization technologies has experienced relatively low growth as more CIOs and CTOs consider alternative approaches to support their developer’s need for agile IT infrastructure deployment. While some early adopters are experimenting with ‘serverless’ solutions, the mainstream market is utilizing software applications container solutions.
App Container Market Will Reach $4.3 Billion by 2022
The latest applications container market research from 451 Research indicates this market will continue to expand and be worth more than $2.1 billion in 2019 and more than $4.3 billion in 2022 – that’s a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 30%.
via 451 Research
Cloud Native Tech Use Has Grown Over 200 Percent
The top three benefits of cloud-native technology are faster deployment time, improved scalability, and cloud portability. Moreover, forty percent of survey respondents from enterprise companies (5000+) are running Kubernetes in production.
Cloud Native Technologies are Scaling Production Apps
“Cloud native technologies are continuing to expand into all sizes of companies and at a greater scale in production. While companies are growing their usage of containers in all facets of their development cycle, they’re also adding new cloud native technologies that complement Kubernetes to their technology stack.”
Why Serverless Cloud Solutions will Reduce IT Costs
According to the latest analysis of cloud pricing by 451 Research, for the majority of new applications, a serverless solution offers a lower total cost of ownership (TCO) than both virtual machines (VMs) or containers.
Source: Digital Lifescapes
Application Container Revenue will Reach $2.7 Billion by 2020
Data center server virtualization and cloud computing requirements are evolving. More CIOs and IT managers will be deploying Linux container based solutions in 2017, as the market matures and the vendors gain new momentum with their go-to-market strategies.
Source: Digital Lifescapes
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