2021 Cloud Predictions – Part 1

BUSINESS CONTINUITY AND DR DRIVE HYBRID AND MULTICLOUD

Business continuity and disaster recovery will drive adoption of hybrid cloud and multicloud configurations. As Cloud adoption takes center stage in IT infrastructure configurations, companies will begin using more hybrid and multi-cloud configurations to solve long-standing challenges to business continuity and disaster recovery. Companies will increasingly use the cloud to enable geographically separated offsite replication or failover for disaster protection. They will look to extend failover clustering not only across cloud availability zones but across different cloud vendors. The expansion of private cloud usage brought on by the growth of the increasing availability needs of the applications required for monitoring this new, broad class of IoT devices.
Cassius Rhue
VP, Customer Experience, SIOS Technology


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