Fifth Annual State of the Data Center Industry Report Reveals Shifting Trends in Cloud Computing Usage and Data Center Density

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SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--AFCOM, the leading membership association for data center professionals, and Data Center World, the leading global conference for data center, facilities and IT infrastructure, will reveal the results of its fifth annual State of the Data Center Industry research report during a virtual event on May 13. The report, which has been a fixture at the annual Data Center World industry conference, will show that cloud computing usage is shifting dramatically toward a hybrid approach, jumping 26% in one year, and that the increase in data center density is outpacing new data center growth. Register to attend the State of the Data Center virtual event here. The comprehensive report, conducted by AFCOM and Data Center World, surveyed data center professionals to determine implementation trends and buying patterns in such...

Granulate Issues Findings from State of Cloud Computing Survey Highlighting Underutilization of IT Infrastructure

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Cloud Computing Trends: 2021 State of the Cloud Report

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The tenth annual Flexera 2021 State of the Cloud Report highlights the latest cloud computing trends, with a focus on infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) and platform-as-a-service (PaaS).   The 2021 trend of cloud computing results show that enterprises continue to embrace multi-cloud and hybrid cloud strategies and are increasing spend with vendors across the board, citing a higher-than-expected cloud usage due to the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions throughout 2020. Respondents have a higher cloud spend than ever this year, but they continue to struggle to forecast spend accurately as they significantly exceed their cloud budgets. As a result, optimizing existing cloud use remains at the top of companies’ 2021 priority list for the fifth year in a row, followed by migrating more workloads to the cloud. With cloud computing usage growing at...