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I’m pleased to announce that Forrester’s cloud computing predictions for 2017 published this morning!
Check out Predictions 2017: Customer-Obsessed Enterprises Launch Cloud’s Second Decade. Our cloud team has gathered ten key developments in cloud computing that will shape this industry in 2017 — and what you should do about them today.
Cloud computing has been the most exciting and disruptive force in the tech market in the last decade, and it will continue to disrupt traditional computing models at least through 2020. Starting in 2017, large enterprises will move to cloud in a big way, and that will super-charge the market. We predict the influx of enterprise dollars will push the global public cloud market to $236B in 2020, up from $146B in 2017.
Cloud platforms from the global megacloud providers like Amazon Web Services, Microsoft, IBM, Google, Salesforce, Oracle, Centurylink and SAP will set the pace, accelerating adoption of private cloud and hosted private cloud as well. In 2017, you need to:
- Get your private cloud and SaaS strategy in shape in 2017 — start now!
- Educate yourself about exciting developments in hyperconverged infrastructure, security, networking, and containers.
- Take a fresh look at your regional and industry-specific cloud providers — specialization is afoot.
In the full report, we break down the 10 things you need to know about cloud computing in 2017, and actions to take for each. This essential reading highlights these 10 trends:
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