Hybrid Cloud Visibility and AIOps


By: R. Scott Raynovich

Enterprises worldwide are turning to hybrid cloud environments to benefit from cloud technologies while maintaining security and control over data and applications. The hybrid approach, in which private cloud services, which may incorporate on-premises datacenter resources, are paired with public cloud services from the likes of AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud, are deployed in a growing number of enterprises. Projections estimate the total market for hybrid cloud is roughly$100 billion in 2023 and will top $300 billion by 2028, via at least a 20% compound annual growth rate (CAGR).

This exclusive Leadership Brief, written by Futuriom analysts, details the key needs of cloud visibility and automation to drive hybrid cloud AIOps. This includes the following key highlights:

  • Hybrid cloud architectures are expanding. Futuriom research indicates that although many enterprises are using public cloud, they are trending toward hybrid cloud deployments. The demands of hybrid cloud management are thus taking center stage with many CxOs.
  • Cloud compliance and visibility are top of mind. There is new demand for technology platforms that can identify the costs, security risks, andneeds for automation in cloud infrastructure.
  • Interest in AIOps is growing. As management teams need help making better decisions about cloud services, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are being added to IT operations tools to
    understand reliability patterns, anomaly detection, and trend analysis.
  • AIOps will grow with the adoption of hybrid cloud environments. AIOps will become more crucial as the rise of hybrid cloud networking makes monitoring and responding to changing conditions more difficult.

So read up on the latest hybrid cloud AIOps trends! Download this free Leadership Brief now!