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October 03, 2022 Blog
2020 swiftly turned around the majority of predictions and projections. Even though technologies and trends such as Azure, AWS, Artificial intelligence, and the Internet of Things will still define 2021 and the following years. However, the use cases have evolved to help adapt and survive the changing times.
Cloud computing is the backbone of the data-driven, app-based tech ecosystem that has been vital in helping manage the change. Everything from contract tracing to home delivery services, remote medicine, and working (and playing) from home has been revolutionized by cloud services.
There are a number of cloud providers, but we hear majorly of just three, namely, Azure, AWS, and Google. Even though these giants do claim the major chunk of the marketplace, these are not the only options. In this article, we’ll be listing out the top 5 cloud platforms and their solutions to look out for in 2023.
This article will help you pick the provider and a solid solution that is right for you.
Azure is growing at a faster rate than any of its competitors. However, tight integration with Microsoft products like Office 365 and Dynamic 365 makes it a preferred choice for companies who already have Microsoft deployed in their software (and that’s most of them).
In 2021, Multi-cloud approaches will lead to a breakdown of barriers between providers. Azure’s Arc allows the management of Azure capabilities on any infrastructure and enables Azure services to run from anywhere. Since its launch, Azure Arc has seen tremendous customer interest and adoption across all industries. Azure SQL Managed Instance and Azure PostgreSQL Hyperscale can run across on-premises data centers, multi-cloud, and the edge.
AWS pioneered the industry 18 years ago and has dominated the Cloud market for the longest time.
Google Cloud is one of the newer players in the cloud platform, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in the sheer volume of investment. For this reason, Google Cloud has massive projections for growth. Google Cloud enters the market with the vast technical expertise of Google behind it.
In 2021, Forbes predicts that hybrid and multi-cloud solutions will grow in popularity. Google’s Anthos is one of the most popular services. Anthos lets users manage workloads running on third-party clouds like AWS and Azure, giving them the freedom to deploy, run and manage applications on the cloud of choice, without requiring administrators and developers to learn different environments and APIs. Anthos leverages open APIs, giving users the freedom to modernize any place, any time, and at their own pace. Because Anthos is based on GKE, the managed Kubernetes service, users can automatically get the latest feature updates and security patches.
While perhaps still smaller than the giants of the industry, VMware Cloud Horizon still remains a heavy hitter, with a global network and services that are paired with reasonable prices.
The main benefits of VMware Cloud Horizon are its security, its unified management, its maximum flexibility, and its high availability promising 99.99% uptime with confidence.
vRealize is expected to be a highlight in 2021. VMware’s vRealize provides app-centric security and network visibility across hybrid and multi-cloud environments. It offers visibility and security planning across clouds that users can consume as a service or deploy on-premises. The tool easily maintains control over users’ infrastructure with custom policies and automated workflows that are uniquely based on how the users want to run their multi-cloud environment.
Perhaps a little bit of a late bloomer when compared to its competitors like Amazon and Azure, Oracle has still proven to be a reliable product and shows steady growth.
Although Oracle does have a hand in both the PaaS and the IaaS industries, Oracle is primarily a software provider, covering companies that range from small start-ups to enterprises. For this reason, SaaS will be Oracle’s trump card, along with its autonomous database services. Oracle also offers hybrid solutions for its cloud customers.
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