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Data storage has undergone a massive transformation in the last few years. The current scenario encompasses a landscape dominated by AI-enabled, all-flash, and automated model in storage technology. The proliferation of the Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence, big data analytics, video marketing, and quantum computers have re-defined storage technology.
We can see new and advanced cloud computing trends in 2021. There will be increased demand for hybrid computing. Also, scalable serverless computing and hyper-scale data centres will allow businesses to use cloud-based IT resources as per their specific needs. Plus, there will be a growth in implementation of Function as a Service (FaaS) in the cloud which focuses on storage, API, gateways, and competitions. Here are some of the cloud computing trends that will dominate 2021.
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