Competition for hybrid cloud space Cloud computing is evolving to attract more companies

At the end of the last decade, both entrepreneurs and providers of cloud services have become increasingly concentrated. Each party understands the needs of the other, but neither can determine exactly what that relationship will be like.

By 2020, the implications for the next decade of cloud computing have become clear. Understanding these models will be critical to the success of service and product providers in planning their business strategies. Business owners are now beginning to understand the performance benefits of cloud cost reduction and clustering.

Large scale improvement of microservices

Twitter and Netflix have proven that micro-services architecture can work well on a large scale, but there is still a lot of complexity behind the scenes. Communication between modular components can be problematic, resulting in a lack of visibility and the constant challenge of maintaining security and QoS.

Large scale improvement of microservices

Twitter and Netflix have proven that micro-services architecture can work well on a large scale, but there is still a lot of complexity behind the scenes. Communication between modular components can be problematic, resulting in a lack of visibility and the constant challenge of maintaining security and QoS.

To meet this challenge, IBM, Google, and Lyft have worked together to find a solution. The end result was Istio.

Istio is described as an open-source “service grid” that is designed to provide a common environment for connecting, protecting, monitoring, and scaling distributed micro-services. The main advantage of Istio is that it can work in hybrid and multi-cloud environments without changing the application code.

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In terms of security, Istio creates a separate secure communication channel between the micro-service and the end-user (and between the micro-service itself). In terms of performance monitoring and troubleshooting, Istio provides an intuitive dashboard and system-wide overview of the entire distributed environment.

Competition for hybrid cloud space Cloud computing is evolving to attract more companies

Since they are in a distributed environment, operators can see not only how individual micro-services work, but also how they interact with each other. This allows problem areas to be quickly located and corrected.

Developers and operators of microservice architectures can welcome Istio with open arms: By simplifying security and troubleshooting, and removing scaling obstacles, developers can create new applications at will. As a result, the micro-services business model will be more attractive than ever.

The race to create your own hybrid cloud space

The developments described above are geared towards a hybrid and cloudy future. Almost every dream of the big public cloud providers of a public cloud-based “as a service” monopoly has gone up in smoke. The most important thing is security.

A recent survey conducted by Red Hat almost confirms this new reality, finding that only 4% of companies view cloud-native as an excellent growth path. In contrast, 31% of respondents prefer hybrid cloud implementations.