Cloud Survey confirms Multi-Cloud and Hybrid Cloud Future

Cloud Survey Confirms Multi-Cloud and Hybrid Cloud Future

A cloud survey conducted by LogicMonitor among cloud professionals survey at AWS re:Invent reveals industry engagement with multi-cloud, hybrid and innovative new cloud environments.

Senior Product Manager at LogicMonitor, Sarah Terry, said, “There is no one-size-fits-all for public cloud. Each platform has its strengths and organizations are picking and choosing to fit their needs.”

Founder and Chief Evangelist, LogicMonitor, Steve Francis said, “Moving towards a single public cloud platform sounds tidy. The reality is much messier, with multiple cloud platforms, a mix of cloud and on-premises and even innovative solutions such as VMware Cloud for AWS and Azure Stack.”
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One-third of cloud professionals predict hybrid cloud will last for 6 or more years with one in five predicting more than 10 years. The survey polled 135 cloud professionals and 11 percent of those confirmed hybrid workloads combining both on-premises and public cloud.

Key Observations

The survey highlights are
  • On-premises workloads may drop from 46 to 25 percent and cloud deployments to grow from 44 to 67 percent
  • Key factors affecting on-premise workload are security, cost, and compliance
  • Reliability, performance, and flexibility are the main driving factors for cloud workloads
  • Hybrid cloud deployments will remain will be growing from 11 to 12 percent
  • Respondents confirmed Production cloud deployments with 81 percent on AWS, 28 percent on Azure and 13 percent on Google Cloud Platform (GCP)
  • Experimental cloud deployments stood at 26 percent on Google Cloud Platform, 19 percent on Azure, and 16 percent on AWS
  • 24 percent are experimenting with Azure Stack cloud variants while 22 percent are looking at VMware on AWS.


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