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What's new, what's trendy, and what's next for cloud in 2023
Part of the On Cloud Podcast series
What's up for cloud in 2023? Taming cloud chaos. That includes better managing cloud operations, reining in cloud complexity, leveraging observability, and treating data as an asset.
What’s ahead for cloud in 2023? Taking control of complexity, observability, and data
The coming year looks bright for cloud, but only if companies can take better control of their cloud ecosystems. In this podcast, David Linthicum talks with Deloitte’s chief futurist, Mike Bechtel, about trends on the horizon that can help organizations brighten their cloud future. Mike’s perspective is that taming cloud complexity via abstraction, leveraging observability, and taking control of data can result in better cloud operational efficiency and better returns on cloud investments.
[It's] just so important that we kind of understand where the trends are moving so we can align our strategy to the business...to make the most of it.
Mike Bechtel is a managing director and the chief futurist with Deloitte Consulting LLP. Mike helps clients develop strategies to thrive in the face of discontinuity and disruption. His team researches the novel and exponential technologies most likely to impact the future of business and builds relationships with the startups, incumbents, and academic institutions creating them.
If you're like many other companies, your multi-cloud journey has hit a complexity wall that can increase costs and reduce value. One key to solving cloud complexity lies in abstraction and automation.
Despite the strong imperative to digitally transform, many companies still struggle with it. One strategy is to adopt a cloud-native mindset that leverages AIOps and shifts DevOps left.
Cloud, in context
Cloud is more than technology. It’s about making cloud work for your business. Our hosts, David Linthicum and Mike Kavis, deliver their unique perspectives around the technology, business, and culture of cloud to help you achieve your cloud goals. Topics range from an enterprise-level, strategic look at cloud to practical information on the people, processes, and technology that can make cloud work better for your organization.
David is a top cloud influencer and author of 13 books plus thousands of articles on cloud. Mike is the author of two books, including the recently published Accelerating Cloud Adoption, and won the 2010 AWS Global Startup Challenge. They know cloud. Listen to the Deloitte On Cloud podcast to get the information you need to achieve your possible with cloud.
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