Global business leaders have at their collective disposal the digital and physical tools to innovate, serve customers, drive efficiencies, and create and increase value faster than ever before. The modern, cloud-native IT environment – with its intelligently connected and orchestrated multi/hybrid/edge execution venues supporting workloads like IoT and AI – is becoming too complex, distributed and strategic for humans to manage alone. The result is a growing need to rethink end-to-end IT strategy and architecture, partners, consumption models, and organizational alignment to support the increasing reliance on intelligent toolchains and algorithms to run efficiently.
In our 2020 Trends in Applied Infrastructure & DevOps preview report, we examine eleven trends impacting applied infrastructure and DevOps for the next year. We rate each trend as having either a low, medium or high impact, provide recommendations for players in the market, and predict who the winners and losers will be in the changing applied infrastructure and DevOps landscape.
- Cloud-Native Crossover Will Deepen With DevOps, Data
- AI Will Alter the Infrastructure Landscape and Administration Teams