The next conceptual shift in the evolution of cloud is ‘distributed cloud.’ To stay competitive in the digital-first economy, digital services must be able to run anywhere and anytime. Organisations are responding by re-thinking the placement of applications and data analytics, based on network latency, customer population clusters and geopolitical limitations.
How to get ahead of the curve
The best way to get ahead of the curve is to start looking at the cloud as anything you can control and scale from a web browser, not just a data centre or virtual machine, and to begin mapping application requirements against the three types of cloud architectures – Centralised, Overlay and Distributed.
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