Wednesday, November 29, 2023

Key Cloud Computing Trends to Look Out For in 2023

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Computing in the cloud has already transformed the way companies run their operations, but the cloud’s revolutionary effects are far from over. Firms continued to embrace the cloud to modernize operations and improve IT capabilities in 2022, resulting in sustained adoption and growth.

This article outlines main cloud computing trends that will have a big influence on the industry throughout 2023. Moreover, this information is important if you want to stay competitive in thecloud computing field, which is changing quickly. Each of the trends below will have an effect beyond the current year.

Kubernetes and Docker for Cloud Deployment Management

Docker and Kubernetes both provide a platform for distributing software in standard units known as containers. If Docker hub and Kubernetes are employed in the management process, they will be useful in managing large-scale cloud deployments. Both systems offer the following advantages: high scalability, high efficiency, flexible resource sharing, cloud deployment automation, fast and low-cost deployment alternatives, and quick deployment.

Clouds for Virtual and Augmented Reality

Even though augmented and virtual reality are still in their early stages of popularity, the number of individuals interested in them has constantly increased over the past several years. As the need for these two services grows, an increasing number of organizations are creating cloud-based software to accommodate that demand.

Virtual reality (VR) powered by the cloud often necessitates the use of goggles for the user to completely immerse themselves in the world of the game or app they are playing. Since they “visually encircle” the wearer, the goggles may transport them to a variety of settings. The gamer may feel as though they are manipulating the steering wheel of a spacecraft when playing games.

With these programs, the user may take a virtual tour of a museum or perform surgery on a simulated patient. 

Cloud-based augmented reality (AR), on the other hand, does not deliver an immersive experience. It instead augments living reality with extra information that may be accessed by devices like smartphones, video displays, holograms, or even smart eyewear. While you’re working on a project, augmented reality is meant to provide you with greater flexibility of movement while simultaneously showing information or graphics on or via a device. 

Cloud Gaming

Playing video games online or in the cloud is getting increasingly popular. Players may play whatever game they choose due to the cloud, which removes the need for them to spend money on expensive equipment and consoles. As a result, games can be played without the need for additional storage capacity on personal devices to function properly. 

Serverless Computing

 Serverless computing occurs when a cloud provider provides the whole computer infrastructure, including all necessary software and services, to customers through web browsers installed on mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. The cloud service provider is in charge of maintaining the infrastructure and making sure that computing resources are available when they are needed.

Serverless computing is gaining popularity among new organizations as a way to support a modern work environment and the services that go with it without having to buy and maintain the hardware that is traditionally required for in-house infrastructure. Serverless computing is growing increasingly popular since it allows employees to work from anywhere. 

Investing More in Cloud Security and Resilience

Going to the cloud unlocks immense potential, improves efficiency, and increases convenience, but it also exposes companies and other organizations to a new set of cybersecurity threats. On top of that, there is a growing mountain of regulations governing how businesses may store and use personal information. This implies that there is a serious risk of businesses being punished or, worse, losing the trust of their customers.

As a result, spending money on cyber security and building resilience against several threats, ranging from the impact of a pandemic on global commerce to data theft, will become an even greater priority throughout 2023. Yet, given that many organizations are attempting to cut costs in anticipation of an oncoming economic downturn, it is likely that the emphasis will be on finding inventive and cost-effective ways to maintain cyber security to get the most “bang for the buck.” 

Cloud Services with Little or No Coding

Tools and platforms that allow anybody to create applications and use data to solve problems without needing to write computer code are gaining popularity. This category of low-code and no-code solutions includes tools for making websites, web applications, and nearly any kind of digital solution that a firm would want. Low-code and no-code options for creating AI-powered applications are also becoming available, significantly lowering the barriers to entry for enterprises seeking to use AI and ML. 

Many of these services are delivered through the cloud, which means that consumers may access them without owning the complex computer equipment required to run them. As such, users may now use them as a service. Users can now accomplish things that would previously have needed coding skills, such as automating spreadsheet operations and constructing online apps. 

Cloud Disaster Recovery

Cloud disaster recovery (CDR) is a cloud-based solution that, in the event of a disaster, immediately restores an organization’s critical systems and provides remote access to those systems while ensuring their security in a virtual context. It also combines several backup services and methods to protect things like data, apps, and settings.

 With the use of cloud backups, businesses may recover any lost data and resume operations as normal. When it comes to operating a backup data center, traditional disaster recovery solutions may be time-consuming and costly; however, CDR is quite affordable. 


The transformation brought about by cloud computing will continue to make significant progress in 2023 and beyond. Enterprise cloud migration is becoming increasingly prevalent as businesses and organizations seek solutions to the issues they confront in their various sectors.

As such, cloud computing will likely continue to progress in the next few years, and it is feasible that it will play an important role in the process of transforming the economy.

Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.