Distributed cloud Provides a Geographical Layer to Centralized Cloud services, moving data closer to users. The increasing network of computers paved the way to numerous development in computing technologies like cloud computing.
The increasing network of computers paved the way to numerous development in computing technologies like cloud computing. And with each advancement, there has been a seismic shift in trends that drive IT functions and operations. Even cloud trends are influenced by changes brought by the introduction of new disruptive technologies and evolving IT requirements. For instance, while Cloud 1.0 was a euphemism for hosted services, Cloud 2.0 brought us web-optimized apps, now Cloud 3.0 is leading with hybrid-cloud and hybrid multi-cloud services. However, while most of the IT companies have a hybrid cloud strategy in place, the IT departments are often struggling with it. Enter Distributed Cloud.
In technical parlance, distributed cloud is distribution of public cloud computing services to geographically dispersed infrastructure. This enables user to run public cloud infrastructure in multiple locations. So one can operate its public cloud infrastructure and also other cloud providers’ data centers, in third-party data centers or colocation centers – and manage everything from a single control plane. Here the responsibility for operation, governance, updates, lifecycle control, security, reliability and evolution of the services falls on the originating public cloud provider. Distributed cloud minimizes latency, network congestion, and risk of data loss, while bringing us closer to the end-user as a decentralized cloud system. According to Gartner’s report, this represents a significant shift from the centralized model of most public cloud services and will usher a new era in cloud computing.
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