Cloud computing trends in 2020

Anil Kothiyal
Anil Kothiyal, Co-Founder, Managing Director at EPixelSoft
Published on Feb 03, 2020 in Custom Software Developers Resources



Cloud computing is just giving computing services, including servers, stockpiling, databases, networking, applications, analytics, and intelligence— on the Internet to convey fast development, adaptable assets, and economies of scale. You generally pay for the cloud services you use, assisting with lessening your working expenses, work your system all the more viably, and increment the size of your framework.

Cloud computing is significantly more, particularly this year since it marks the start of another decade. Cloud computing developments are estimated to set new benchmarks right now years to come. Cloud computing bunches are decidedly ready to set new objectives in IT businesses.

Cloud is flexible, reliable, efficient, and cost-effective. Cloud computing is important for any application development, and the use of this technology has proven to be effective for custom application creation.

Our team at EPixelSoft is developing an innovative approach that uses automation of the network through artificial intelligence and machine learning. These are some of the cloud computing trends in 2020.


Serverless Computing

Serverless computing without a server may be the ROI king's infrastructure of 2020. A serverless cloud is a server that is known to save the pockets of many customers. This is because the customer doesn't have to pay for underused resources.

Instead of spinning the server, a client simply spins up some execution time for code. This computing software takes your input functions, executes logic, and returns the output; it then shuts down. Only the recourses used at the time of task execution will be billed to the client.

It is called FaaS or Function as the service that enables customers to develop, run, and manage application functionality without building or maintaining infrastructure complexity. It is mostly used when building microservice applications.


Multi-Cloud, Omni-Cloud

In 2019, when enterprises began deploying workloads in different IaaS providers, it changed everything in the world of technology. Using multiple cloud services from simple network architecture is typically multi-cloud. This is a distribution of cloud assets, software, apps, and more across multiple cloud environments.

This setting is designed to get rid of the dependency of any single cloud provider. This helps companies to distribute computing resources, saving on downtime, and loss of data.

Multi-cloud makes it able to customize an infrastructure to their specific business goal. It's important, and it protects against any chance of catastrophe. The program will still run on a multi-cloud platform if a Web service fails.


Containers Become Mainstream

Sometimes people confuse this with containers and VMs (virtual machines). There are certain similarities. Compared to virtual machines, containers are, however, very different. Virtual machines have their own OS and run in an environment of hypervisors.

When multiple VMs run on the same server, each with its own OS, this consumes a large number of resources. Containers, on the other hand, share a single kernel of the OS or system. It is also lighter in thickness.


Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning Is Getting Smarter

AI system helps in filling out the forms, generating reports, producing documents, and performing such tasks in a streamlined way. This automation will also help with processes taking up time. This will definitely leave us putting on more time and thinking out of the box, making strategies, and making interpersonal tasks complex.

Such systems will make them cost-effective, and developers will have easy access to complex technology. Cloud-based AI will enable businesses of all sizes to build smart process automation products, predictive analysis, inventory management, fraud detection, customer service, and much more.





Mobile Cloud Computing As An Upcoming Cloud Computing Trend

Due to its increasing computing capability and processing power, MCC has become an emerging field. MCC will encourage the quality growth of mobile apps during 2020, with a strong focus on user experience. Certainly, this breakthrough would affect the use of the mobile app by integrating cloud computing, mobile computing, and wireless network.

MCC has several advantages as it will increase the life span of mobile batteries, as the cloud will handle most of the processes in the app. Mobile users don't need to worry about storing their mobile devices, and they won't have to buy another expandable storage memory card. Since all processes are performed from the cloud, the mobile processor will operate in.



High-performance computing (HPC) use in the public cloud grows to 40%

Cloud providers are investing a huge amount in rebuilding their infrastructure for powerful and spontaneous cloud performance demands. This is according to the various reports. In order to host large scale resources on the server, HPC in the public cloud is required.

HPC allows for large quantities of computation within a limited timeframe. High-performance cloud computing could support different industries, and weather forecasting, risk analysis, and data gathering for industry-specific goals could be useful.

Enterprises built its infrastructure in cloud-based solutions based on HPC, which grew year by year. It is estimated that this will increase by 40 percent in 2020.


Blockchain will rise in 2020

Although cloud computing is a decentralized platform and inherently scalable, blockchain technology is the best fit for the growth of the cloud. We have seen a rise in the Fintech industries by harnessing their ability to create blockchain products.

Now blockchain is used for authentication and study of cryptocurrency. Blockchain can be used for cryptographic research and data security, primarily for packaged blockchain products like ICO (the initial coin offering).

A new trend of blockchain as a service (BaaS) will become more potable, implemented by the startups and businesses. BaaS is a cloud-based service offered by cloud providers allowing users to use blockchain to build their digital products. Some of the companies are innovating and developing BaaS, including Aws, Amazon, and shaping the future of blockchain software.


Digital Natives

With cloud computing becoming more popular, especially 2020, digital natives will be needed, and multi-profile career options will open. The newcomers are already learning about the cloud and its associated infrastructure.

The old workforce will be required to fill the void between contemporary and old connectivity systems, cloud computing, and another technological advance. To preserve the void, this can be a challenge for organizations. New engineers do speak or think differently, though. We prefer to talk on WhatsApp or twitter mail than standard tools of communication.


Security Concerns are a top priority

The companies encountered a severe security risk on a public cloud. Seventy-seven percent say cloud security will be a significant issue in 2020, according to a report. This has been the main concern of experts on cybersecurity in 2019. Survey of Crowd Research Partners says 90 percent of cybersecurity experts are worried about data loss, hack, privacy, and breach of confidentiality on a cloud platform.


Conclusion

This is, in fact, the start of a new decade that will undoubtedly change the IT world we see today. Things will change rapidly, and the cloud will be prominent this year because it will be the first choice for small and medium-sized enterprises, startups.

In every industry, every IT technology, from artificial intelligence, machine learning to blockchain technology, and IoT, cloud technology will dominate everywhere; the cloud will play an essential role. When technology develops at a rapid pace, a challenge on an enterprise-scale will be to keep up-to-date skills set. The company must find the right talent for its cloud or outsourcing requirements.

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About the author
Anil KothiyalCo-Founder, Managing Director at EPixelSoft

Anil Kothiyal is Co-Founder and Managing Director of EPixelSoft, an emerging mobile app development company based in India & the USA. Having experience of more than 8 years, he is a cloud and devops engineer, an Agile and Scrum certified professional...

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