Cloud computing is arguably the most impactful technology trend in the last one decade, spurring ubiquitous adoption of Cloud managed services by diverse industry sectors to bolster their IT infrastructure. Organizations of all sizes, from Fortune 500 to small ISVs, utilize the Cloud for anything from deploying Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications to managed infrastructure.
Traditional IT infrastructure is unable to keep up with the fast-growing volume and complexity of data. Also, managing analytics software on-premises or through a self-managed service is time-consuming, complex and expensive. With automation, network challenges and hybrid clouds gradually becoming an integral part of enterprises, the infrastructure needs to get more evolved.