Of note is that 451 lists traditional hosting along with public cloud. You can see cloud gobbling up the pie: “cloud”‘s take of the revenue goes from 7% in 2010 to 28% in 2018.
I assume this is all “public cloud,” not private.
Source: Standalone Camera losing fight with the iPhones – Om Malik, originally spotted from Matt Eastwood.
I keep wanting to write up the recent Cloud Foundry Foundation container survey, mixing it in with other recent container surveys. Yup, “keep wanting to.” Meanwhile, Abby wrote-up a brief overview over in O’Reilly land.
The young people account for 20% of of the $180bn US auto insurance market. Here’s some trends in their buying behavior a la a BCG infographic:
It’s always good to see what goals and plans companies have with their IT projects. Here, you can see Standard Charter’s desires mapped to business goals:
As Derek du Preez says in the article I lifted this from:
The financial services sector – particularly retail divisions – are facing an incredibly challenging time. Many banks are still crippled by ageing mainframe systems, data silos and creaking infrastructure that means that not only are staff productivity levels incredibly low, but the customer experience is horrible.
Plenty of work to be done.
The talk-track being: 21% of people are doing something beyond kicking the tired, though just ~6% doing anything in production.