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The end of cloud as we know it?

The end of cloud as we know it?

Every year for the past several years Cisco ANZ CTO Kevin Bloch has produced a list of his top 10 ICT trends for the year “selected for their impact on the networking industry.”

This year he is predicting “the end of cloud as we know it.” That might seem a rash forecast given the still stellar growth of “cloud as we know it”: the likes of AWS, Azure et al. According to Synergy Research Group, in 2019 the global public cloud market grew 37 percent, AWS grew revenues 35 percent in a single quarter and Azure 64 percent.

Nevertheless “the end of cloud as we know it” — the dominance of a few players operating global networks of massive data centres providing cloud computing services — is a quite plausible scenario resulting from the nexus of several other of his top ten trends, specifically artificial intelligence, edge computing and 5G.

According to IDC By 2023, over 50 percent of new enterprise IT infrastructure deployed will be at the edge rather than in corporate data centres, up from less than 10 percent today; by 2024, and the number of apps at the edge will increase 800 percent.

Bloch says this growth will be driven by increasing volumes of data, AI, 5G, low-latency use-cases and real time streaming services. To that list could be added real-time applications.

Real-time applications require low-latency highly reliable communications to whatever cloud resources they use. 5G offers low latency and locating processing near the edge increase reliability. As the use of AI accelerates it will be increasing applied to gaining insights into, and controlling real-time processes.

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Originally posted by:
Stuart Corner
www.iotaustralia.org.au
February 12th, 2020

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