The newest State of the Cloud report from cloud administration specialist RightScale reveals that a lack of assets and experience is now the highest cloud problem — cited by 32 % of respondents.
This implies it has overtaken safety, talked about by solely 29 %. Even probably the most safety acutely aware respondents — enterprise central IT groups and safety execs — not see safety as their foremost problem.
The report additionally exhibits that hybrid cloud adoption is growing. Personal cloud use elevated from 63 % to 77 % final yr, driving hybrid cloud adoption up from 58 % to 71 %. Eighty-two % of enterprises now have a hybrid cloud technique, holding regular from the 2015 report.
AWS leads in public cloud adoption, utilized by 57 % of respondents. Enterprise adoption of AWS grew from 50 % to 56 % whereas adoption by smaller companies fell barely from 61 % to 58 %. Azure is arising on the rails although with IaaS rising strongly from 12 % to 17 % adoption, whereas Azure PaaS grew from 9 % to 13 %.
Personal cloud use is on the rise too. VMware vSphere is within the lead with robust year-over-year progress, 44 % of respondents reporting they use it as a personal cloud. OpenStack and VMware vCloud Suite are each displaying robust progress too, tied at 19 % adoption general. VMware vCloud Suite holds the quantity two slot amongst enterprises whereas OpenStack is second amongst enterprise with fewer than 1,000 staff. Naked-metal cloud was included within the survey for the primary time this yr and is utilized by 15 % of respondents.
Extra info could be discovered within the full report which is out there from the RightScale web site.
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