What to expect from hybrid cloud in 2021 – following a year of change  

4 February 2021:

As businesses this time last year wrapped up their planning for the year ahead, few could have predicted the dramatic changes that awaited them. By Spring, the coronavirus pandemic had disrupted all manner of operations globally, forcing businesses to pivot in real-time to accommodate remote working for the vast majority if not all of their workforce. This unprecedented change accompanied by huge levels of uncertainty required heavy restructuring of IT infrastructure.

Often, we saw IT operations across the globe managing this monumental lift through moving additional workloads to the cloud and adopting a hybrid cloud environment model. In many cases, these digital transformations were already occurring and the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated plans which were already in place. Plans were set in motion by teams who increasingly see the value of hybrid cloud environments and the benefits that can be found.

One thing 2020 has taught us is to expect the unexpected and whilst we do not know what 2021 has in store, several trends have emerged that enable us to make some predictions for what this year might hold for the world of hybrid cloud.

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Source: Cloud Computing

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