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What’s coming up in the world of cloud computing: 2023 trends

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Cloud development solutions experienced a significant rise between 2020 and 2023 when numerous enterprises searched for ways to virtualise their entire IT infrastructure. The trend of P2V, so-called physical-to-virtual, will be evolving in 2023. Moreover, it is anticipated that by the end of 2023, almost all companies will become cloud-native. It won’t be an exaggeration to say that nowadays, businesses perceive the cloud as standard, assisting daily operations. Since the start of the pandemic and self-isolation, cloud services have been associated with more efficient and powerful tools for organising smoother workflows.

Speaking specifically about the benefits of cloud computing, we cannot avoid mentioning the core ones:

Yet, the IT world is evolving rapidly, so it can be challenging to stay on top of things sometimes. In this post, we will consider the main cloud features that do deserve your attention and a list of cloud computing trends to keep an eye on in 2023. But first, let us proceed with some cloud statistics to achieve an understanding of the modern market context. 

The cloud in numbers

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We’ve compiled some essential stats on cloud solutions for those wishing to position their companies at the forefront of the market. So what’s the place of cloud solutions in today’s IT landscape?

6 trends shaping cloud computing nowadays

cloud trends

It is hard to squeeze all the existing predictions regarding the innovative cloud tendencies in this post. However, we’ve put together 6 cloud trends to ensure rapid growth and economic efficiency under current market conditions. 


That organisational strategy implies using cloud services, multiple clouds, cloud services and other computing solutions from different vendors. It allows users to achieve independency on a single source: it is possible to host data in a public cloud, rent VPS/VDS from one vendor and collocation from another. Multicloud does not need the usage of a private cloud and coordination between multiple cloud platforms. Another benefit of the model is obtaining maximum fault tolerance. 

Hybrid Cloud

The model comprises private and public cloud platforms, so users are free to combine solutions that run in remote or local environments. If your company has a dynamic workload, it is better to use the public cloud for most companies’ applications. Turning to the private cloud will help share sensitive customer information or financial credentials. In addition, the hybrid cloud assists in streamlining and protecting extensive data operations.

Cloud Automation

The approach utilises orchestration to align various workloads and distribute them across resources automatically. The main benefit lies in the possibility to deploy new projects rapidly (there’s no need to purchase specific hardware). Employees can benefit from cloud automation tools, especially when system administrators need to access telemetry and alerts to make up their minds about optimising performance.

Cloud Agnosticism

This approach decouples the cloud from a particular client’s scenario and a specific user in its essence. In other words, the company selects a cloud model that comprises features of IaaS, PaaS or SaaS. Generally, cloud agnosticism includes hybrid deployments models, software-defined technologies, and end-to-end automation. The system works within the context – all the phases from backup to platforms development are solved in the context frames. Thus, it leaves all concerns related to computing power management outside the user thinking sphere. 

AR cloud

The model provides companies with contextual user-centric digital content, augmented with physical objects through headsets, HMDs or clients’ phones. AR cloud employs edge computing, 5G and mobile technology to help consumers make well-thought decisions. Nowadays, AR is not open to the general public; however, it is anticipated that the tech will be available for small and mid-sized enterprises.  

Serverless computing

Even though serverless computing isn’t a new technology, now it undergoes a new wave of popularity. The peculiarity of serverless computing is that it enables enterprises to develop new apps without underlying infrastructure. In line with serverless computing, the computing itself automatically implements a specific amount needed to solve a particular issue successfully. The technology distributes resources between companies and equips each team with several services – as a result, time-to-market declines and profitability increases. 

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