With 27.5% of big data workloads running in the cloud, the switch to the cloud is already happening with today’s business networks. That trend isn’t going anywhere either with a 20% growth rate per annum, with half of the new data workloads being cloud-based by 2019. Many organizations are trending towards a hybrid deployment that uses both the cloud and the data center. This separates the data, applications, and platforms that get divvied up between cloud and data center usage to get the best of both worlds in performance and security.
Managed cloud-services are shepherding this change in the business environment by utilizing data and analytics and managing other services to take the pressure off of the end user. Good cloud-based services can adjust their offerings to help customer needs as no two networks are the same. Each Enterprise is different and unique and having the capability to adjust and adapt to those environments is crucial.
A good cloud-based model operating within Azure infrastructure offers the best of both worlds. It achieves this by having real-time data analysis coupled with the security and efficiency of the cloud. Always adjustable and always efficient, cloud-based models offer the very best in enterprise network performance.