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Worldwide spending on public cloud services and infrastructure is forecast to reach US$160 billion in 2018, representing an increase of 23.2 per cent over 2017.
Specific to technology, software-as-a-service (SaaS) will be the largest cloud computing category, capturing nearly two thirds of all public cloud spending in 2018 and will make up more than half of all public cloud services spending through 2019.
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As more applications and workloads move into various clouds, cloud silos will become inevitable, inhibiting the organization’s ability to fully exploit data analytics and AI initiatives, according to Dell EMC’s chand. “This may also result in applications and data landing in the wrong cloud leading to poor outcomes,” he declared. ” as a new opportunity, customers will have to incorporate artificial intelligence and machine learning to bring automation and insight to a new level from this next generation IT environment.” read more
The majority of businesses are opting to use multiple cloud services, with Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud being the main 3 and as such we are seeing an increasing need to compare public cloud provider costs. In recent article Eric Blum, vice-president and chief technology officer of BMC, said “multi-cloud enables better cost optimisation because one cloud provider could have a lower price, compared to rivals, for one application but a higher one for another. From our survey, results revealed that 53% of UK respondents said they did not know how much their organisation were spending on cloud services, compared to 40% globally. The majority of global (80%) and UK (85%) respondents said they need new tools for cloud management. Additionally, 78% of global IT leaders are considering using AI as a solution for this, while the UK was 64%.”
Cloud Ctrl is a new solution at the forefront of cloud billing management and is the only truly “predictive” virtual resource optimization and cost management solution available. Our platform utilizes advanced data analytics and an artificial intelligence (AI) engine that tracks historical usage and trends for all types of virtual services. With this usage and trend data, the AI algorithms can accurately predict future costs for virtual services and help administrators optimize the deployment and usage of cloud services across any supported cloud provider. Our blueprint technology enabled through our Price Explorer feature allows you to easily compare providers.
Online Cloud Integration Training
Held over two half days Monday 20 November 2017 and Tuesday 21 November 2017 between 9am and 1pm AEDT
This is a 1-day instructor-led course providing students with the knowledge and skills to use Azure API Management, Azure API Apps, Azure Functions and Azure Logic Apps to build cloud based integration solutions. This course is conducted online over two half days as replicates the face to face experience with our highly talented Bill Chesnut taking you through each lesson and lab in real time and you can ask questions just as you would in a face to face instructor led classroom environment.