Simply put, there is no stopping the cloud in 2020. Tolga Tarhan, Rackspace SVP, GM AWS Services, gives his predictions for the Cloud landscape in 2020.
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Self-managed cloud solutions are especially susceptible to runaway costs, by misunderstanding workload use, poor architecture and poorly performing applications.
The report revealed ways enterprises and managed services partners must do a better job communicating around scope, pricing and structure.
Enterprises are diving more deeply into AWS’s increasingly advanced functions, including analytics, artificial intelligence and information security.
While VMware Cloud on AWS delivers unique hybrid capabilities to the market, limited native storage options have limited its usefulness for orgs with storage-heavy workloads.
Businesses want to partner with DBaaS vendors who can define a strategy, architect a data solution, oversee migrations and assist with long-term growth.
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Adoption is accelerating. Most of the conversations my team is having with customers today are around the nuts and bolts of using containers.
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