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Cloud computing drives ten strategic technological changes

Introduction: At the end of 2018, Gartner released the top ten strategic technology trends in 2019, namely, autonomous devices, enhanced analysis, AI-driven development, edge computing, immersive experience, blockchain, smart space, privacy and Morality, quantum computing.

At the end of 2018, Gartner released the top ten strategic technology trends in 2019, namely, autonomous devices, enhanced analysis, AI-driven development, edge computing, immersive experience, blockchain, smart space, privacy. And morality, quantum computing. Although these technologies seem to be irrelevant on the surface, the root of the source, the cloud that provides computing power, is the most basic connection point behind it.

From the perspective of industrial development, in 2019, the digital transformation of traditional enterprises, the ToB of the Internet, the Internet of data centers, and other technological changes, as well as AI, IoT, blockchain and other technological changes will continue to move forward. Development, an endless stream of innovative technologies will gradually be integrated into the wave of technology and transformed into countless flexible and available new products. As a hydropower coal in the field of information technology, cloud computing will become more and more public, and will play a more prominent role in this technological change. The key role.

According to Gartner, the total number of IoT devices increased from 60+ billion in 2016 to 80+ billion in 2017. It is estimated that the global total will reach at least 300+ billion IoT devices by 2020. Ultra-large-scale networking equipment is inseparable from the support of professional cloud computing services. At present, mainstream cloud service providers have launched their own IoT strategies for convenient and quick access by partners and customers.

If the first half of cloud computing is dominated by the consumer Internet, then the second half of the enterprise information transformation, which spans from the Internet to the mobile Internet, and finally to the Internet of Everything, constitutes a With the super-large-scale Internet of connected objects, cloud computing as a key support for connectivity, as IoT matures, the role that can be played will become increasingly important. It is foreseeable that future IoT connectivity needs will be everywhere, and cloud-based IoT will be the next point for cloud vendors.

According to IDC's forecast, 40% of IoT data will be automatically processed at the edge of the network by 2020, and by 2025 this ratio will exceed 50%. With the full outbreak of the IoT market, a large number of real-time calculations that require interaction willAfter the edge node is completed, the edge calculation can effectively avoid the bandwidth limitation, data leakage risk and delay problem faced when data is transmitted to the cloud, and becomes the key point of the next stage.

Although public cloud is a recognized future, most traditional enterprises will not go directly to the public cloud, which has requirements for data sovereignty, regulatory compliance, and their own business transformation. It is difficult to get the features in one step, so at this stage many companies are more inclined to privatize the form of the cloud, and the proprietary cloud with the advantages of both public and private clouds has become the best choice for the current stage. The proprietary cloud can be imagined as a private “public cloud” within the enterprise, narrowing or internalizing the mature public cloud platform. Its essential core is the public cloud verified by large-scale operation practice.

Gartner predicts that by 2021, the revenue of public and private clouds in the Chinese market will be 4:6. This means that in the next few years, the proprietary cloud will quickly enter the center of the stage and become the dominant force in the second half of cloud computing. In the foreseeable future, the end of the cloud on the Internet enterprises, the major cloud vendors' competition for the traditional government and enterprise market is unprecedentedly fierce, the battle for proprietary clouds will break out, and cloud computing will continue to approach the ultimate form in twists and turns. (Source: People's Post and Telecommunication)

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