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What Will Be Going in The Cloud Computation Realm This 2015

What Will Be Going in The Cloud Computation Realm This 2015 – Cloud Computation technology is already at its heels. With a global market of  around $118, Cloud computing initiatives has become one of the integral aspects of enterprise’s IT strategies, these days. The cloud is a real “buzzword” today, it is every where and has impressively emerged as one of the most highly efficient ways of storing and accessing data over the Internet. By making data accessing fast and easy, cloud computation is showing a surprising rise in the world of on-demand computing resources.

Cloud Computing 2015

With cloud computing increasing at a rapid pace, and is expected to grow in the near future as well with some significant changes and updates. According to the prediction made by IDG- majority of the cloud computing services will be focused on revamping services and creating new revenue streams. Cloud computing trends keep on changing and businesses are on full swing to identify its virtues and thus updating and adapting cloud strategies.

So, with this in mind, lets see look at the predictions for cloud computing in 2015. The trends surround around increased hybrid adoption, open technology, security related improvements and a lot more.

  1. Proliferation of Cloud Choices

This year businesses will observe a significant rise in the cloud than ever before. There will be an emergence of a multi-cloud world providing enterprises ability to string multiple cloud services altogether on the basis of their project needs. But as we know that more choices come along with bigger responsibilities, there will be a significant rise in the price, so “oh! It’s cheap” will be a thing of past. Plus, there will be more facilities and opportunities for the cloud providers to distinct themselves in more efficient ways. Customers will be more tilted towards those business solutions which are  competing enough to meet their expectations and cater to their specific business needs. For example, Rackspace will now offer three kinds of private clouds, namely OpenStack, Microsoft, and Vmare- all of them are directed towards the objective of providing customers with better choices with the way they proceed with private cloud.

  1. Hybrid Cloud Computing Will Rise

A hybrid cloud is basically a cloud computing environment wherein enterprises    use a combination of public and private cloud services. In other words, organization manage some resources in-house and while others providing and managing externally. By observing closely at some recent developments, it can be assumed that hybrid cloud computing will soon find its way to become an imperative unified integrated cloud model, consisting of both internal and external cloud platforms, businesses can be benefited from based on their project requirements.

Cloud Experts recommend that enterprises should put efforts on integrating applications and data infrastructures to generate a robust hybrid solution. To steer clear deviations and project related errors, enterprises should work on producing and setting guidelines regarding the ways through which applications services or applications can be blended with various components of inner systems to ensure a flawless hybrid development environment.

  1. Cloud Services Brokerage Will Play an Essential Role

Since its inception, Cloud Services Brokerage (CSB) has been evolved quite impressively from a being mere option to an integral strategic component for the IT professionals. CSB essentially involves a third-party individual or business entity who establishes working relationships between the service provider and the user of the service. The intermediary in a way assists the way the service should be consumed. CSB as a trend is expected to grow at a significant level. Now, in order to maintain its importance, IT professionals needs to work on creating simple, flexible, and business oriented tools and processes, which not only confirms the cloud adoption but also facilitate its speedy use among the users.

  1. Delivering Value and Not The Cost

The cloud services in 2015 will bring more value to the customers. Value isn’t related with the cost, but with the time and efforts you’ll spend to manage and scale your environment. The importance of the trusted service partner will grow. You can rely on them for various purposes, whether it’s about managing internal or external cloud, automating DevOps or working on Google apps. Companies will start thinking whether they need to add more resources for managing the work flow of their tools and technologies. This is something which would compel enterprises to focus on only those strategies which are actually relevant to them- that is managing IT or doing their business or deciding on the partner who will bring maximum value.

  1. Extensive Data

Over the years, we have witnessed an upward trend in the way data has been utilized and analyzed. Not only this, with more data, the more is the need for  resources and tools to manage it. In 2015, the big data will become massive. Enterprises are actively catching this “big” data trend, but unfortunately they lack the necessary skills to pull out the real value of the data. The proliferation of connected devices will further make the situation worse, with creating more data which needs to be extracted and evaluated. Thinking of such a scenario, it can be said that big data technologies will keep on emerging. And current hot technologies such as Hadoop will become even more specialized to address more complicated data related tasks.


Cloud Computing is a fascinating trend with a lot of opportunities. With ongoing improvements and their implementations, enterprises can efficiently follow what is actually helpful for them to stay agile and productive.

Maria Mincey is qualified outsource web development professional who is great at delivering focus in her writings. She works for Xicom Technologies, a offshore software development company which delivers most comprehensive web applications and solutions for different industry verticals.


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