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Multi-cloud environments are becoming a reality, says Tomer Shiran, founder and CPO of Dremio. But that doesn’t mean that hybrid cloud is going away, he says, as hybrid and multi-cloud deployments will blend together in 2022.
The pandemic marked an inflection point for the growth of cloud platforms in 2020, as organizations scrambled to keep their applications running. That general pattern has continued through 2021, and the cloud looms even larger now with 2022 knocking on the door. As we kick off annual prediction season here at Datanami, here are cloud-related predictions from 14 individuals and two companies to get things started.
“Companies are not migrating to just one cloud,” Shiran says. “They are adopting AWS for certain workloads, Microsoft Azure for other workloads, while needing to keep some workloads on premise. They’re also adopting technologies such as Databricks and Dremio, Databricks and Snowflake to get the best out of these multi-cloud, hybrid environments. Most companies have ended up with different data across clouds as their businesses have organically evolved — whether it be different business units adopting different clouds at different times, acquisitions, or new leadership. When they can use the same technology across both, it simplifies everything. In 2022, we’ll see more enterprises adopt multi and hybrid cloud strategies.”
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