“Of course, even with all the training and tools in the world, not all of the remaining 80% of traditional legacy enterprise applications will move to the cloud. For many good reasons, including regulatory, security concerns, and unclear ROI (return on investment), certain applications simply won’t become cloud native anytime soon (or ever).”
“The proportion of connected assets is projected to continue to rise and will be a key growth driver of the 5% CAGR that the $38.2 billion industrial connectivity market is projected to have between now and 2024.”
via IoT Analytics
According to International Data Corporation (IDC), vendor revenue from sales of IT infrastructure products for cloud environments — including public and private cloud — grew 11.4 percent year-over-year in the first quarter of 2019 (1Q19), reaching $14.5 billion.
IT Infrastructure is hardware, software, networks, data centers, facilities and related equipment used to develop, test, operate, monitor, and manage services. Open Infrastructure is built from open-source technologies, available for all users to work with, to improve and contribute back.
“Our research at the MIT Center for Information Systems Research has found that companies cannot scale new digital business models if they have not digitized. In other words, they need core systems, processes, and data that provide operational excellence.”
via Sloan Review