Posted by: Greg Ness | November 15, 2016

Cisco Study: Cloud Migration Will be Big

Infrastructure Tech Vendors: Prepare for the Wildest of Rides

Just as VMware reveals an intent to become Airbnb for the cloud… a new Cisco studyRoller coaster loops against evening sky underscores massive future growth for cloud migration. This is not a coincidence. You can expect to see more data from other traditional IT vendors as the cloud becomes strategic to brownfield IT, not just the cloud-first teams.

This will be the cloud wave that brings the greatest disruption to the infrastructure hardware space, from the shift to GPUs for stream processing to more “cloud-enabled AirBNB’s” who use software to monetize enterprise cloud portability and security for traditional IT workloads.

That makes two recent acquisitions even more interesting.

Guy Looking at Clouds 4 blogMigration to the cloud is the biggest agenda for business enterprises today, with many plunging head-on into the cloud-race. Cisco released its assessment of the cloud industry up to 2020, called the Global Cloud Index Report. Cloud is going to grow big, with an estimation that it shall account for 92% of the data center traffic by 2020. Moreover, cloud traffic is expected to increase 3.7 times to 14.1ZB per year by 2020, a phenomenal rise. This will be driven by decided and rapid migration of enterprises to cloud architectures, whether public, private or hybrid.

Read coverage: Cloud Traffc to Grow 3.7X from 2015 to 2020, says Cisco

See also: The Cloud is Much Bigger than you Think

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