The Experts’ Take On the Future of Cloud Computing

Hybrid Solution to Boost Growth and Security:

“The future of cloud computing will most likely represent a combination of cloud based software products and on premises compute to create a hybrid IT solution that balances the scalability and flexibility associated with cloud and the security and control of a private data center.


In the current cloud market the benefits of leveraging the infrastructure of a large cloud provider can be beneficial in many ways. The cost structure works like a utility which provides for an operating expense model with no upfront infrastructure costs.”

  • Michael Corrado, World Wide Marketing Manager @ Hewlett Packard Enterprise (Click Here for Source)

More Benefits are Yet to Come…

“Cloud vendors will allow functions to run for longer, support more languages, and allow deeper customizations. A lot of work is being done by cloud vendors to allow developers to bring their own containers to a hosted environment and then have those containers seamlessly managed by the platform alongside regular functions.”

  • Peter Sbarski, a VP of Engineering at A Cloud Guru and the head organizer of Serverlessconf. (Click Here for Source)

The Blend of Cloud and Private Infrastructure Can Work…

“Most companies will benefit from a combination of cloud and private infrastructure—mixed ecosystems that offer cost efficiencies and requisite security controls, along with optimizing compute capacity and existing IT investments.”

  • Tim O’Neal, co-founder and CEO of Kazuhm. (Click Here for Source)

“Cloud computing is empowering, as anyone in any part of world with internet connection and a credit card can run and manage applications in the state of the art global datacenters; companies leveraging cloud will be able to innovate cheaper and faster.”

  • Jamal Mazhar, head of infrastructure at Sprinklr (Click Here for Source)