With the new architecture, we are definitely switching to complex distributed systems. Planning now to succeed
According to Gartner, the Cloud distributes and distributes public cloud services to various locations, while operations, governance, updates, and service development are the responsibility of the originating public cloud provider. It’s Cameron’s analyst, English-speaking means we’re moving from centralized cloud-to-decentralized solutions. But we still need to maintain centralized control.
If this is true and it is definitely a trend, then we need to prepare for the distribution of physical processes, storage, and applications, with management, monitoring, security, and governance layers that will make these complex distributed systems available.By the means, this is not mistaken for Multicloud, which means running more than one single public cloud brand, such as AWS and Microsoft. These architectures, while often complicated, do not necessarily have to be distributed.
There are a few distribution reasons as the current trend for most businesses using one or more public clouds.
Businesses need to support edge-based computer systems, including IoT and other specialized processors that have to happen near a data source. This means that while we spend years focusing on handling storage in public clouds, we’re now looking for a reason to put some of the apps and data sources connected to the cloud near where they can be most effective while maintaining close links with the public cloud provider.
Companies need to incorporate traditional systems in public clouds without the need for physical movement. If you look at the roles of connected systems, such as AWS, Outpost, or Microsoft, Azure Azure, these are really efforts to make businesses migrate to the public cloud without actually running in the public cloud. Other methods include containers and Kubernetes running locally and in the cloud, leveraging new types of technologies, such as the Kubernetes Federation.
The secret is that most businesses are not fully equipped to deal with cloud service delivery, but don’t mention transferring a large volume of applications and important data to the cloud. The challenge isn’t how you succeed with Distributed cloud computing, which is how you prepare in the beginning.
My best advice is to flaunt learn centralized control mechanisms, such as management, surveillance, security management, and governance systems. This does not mean that you throw the tools into the problem, but you understand the possibilities of the tools available and that will determine your level of (or not well) being able to operate your distributed cloud computing solution.
The real message here is that you need to plan now if you think you will take advantage of the distributed cloud computing. Another, that would be an epic failure that you don’t need to have these days.