There is no doubt that cloud computing is the absolute dominant force in enterprise computing today. Most companies have moved from buying their own hardware and software to renting both vendors, who host their services in huge anonymous data centers around the world. Tech analysts predict that the vast majority of new computing workloads will go straight to the cloud, and most organizations will move to a cloud-first policy in the next few years: total cloud spending will soon be US $ 500 billion – Reaching dollars. There are many good reasons for this. The cloud companies – whether software-as-a-service, infrastructure-as-a-service, or other as-a-service – are experts in their field and can leverage the economies of scale that come with providing the same service to a multitude of people of customers.
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