Everybody’s talking about the cloud today, a clear picture of what cloud computing is and what it does, but that doesn’t stop the topic from being discussed by professionals and anyone else who is acquainted with the internet.  Let’s take a few moments and discuss cloud computing, what it is, how it works, and what kinds of cloud technologies we can expect to see in 2023.

What Is Cloud Computing?

Cloud computing is the process of delivering on-demand IT services, including analytics, databases, networking, servers, and storage via the internet. These virtual services provide faster innovation, ease of scalability, and greater resource flexibility.  Most cloud models require you to pay only for the resources you use, making it a cost-effective method of incorporating IT into your business without investing in an in-house data centre.

Most of the revolutionary technological trends of recent times, like artificial intelligence, machine learning, and FinOps, have been greatly influenced by the widespread adoption of cloud computing. Gartner forecasts the worldwide public cloud end-user spending to reach nearly $600 billion in 2023, up from $490 billion in 2022. Because of its high potential for accessibility, usability, and efficiency, the cloud has led the “one to watch” technology lists of practically every analyst for the past 20 years. In the first generation of cloud computing, apps, storage, and the advent of software as a service were the focus points. IT teams improved their capability in the second iteration and modernized working procedures. What will be the focus of the next generation of clouds? Let’s see the top ten cloud trends for 2023:

2023 will see governance and cloud data handling policies getting stringent. A lot of attention will be directed toward strengthening cloud security by evaluating gaps and addressing them with more robust measures. Detailed security features will now be available to enterprises and trickle down to the end users as well. AI and ML will advance even further and will become widely sought for. We will see broader AI, and ML inclusion as the world adopts more intelligent tech. They will change how cloud data is collected, secured, stored, and interpreted, paving the way for readymade AI models. The cloud will significantly change in the coming year as service providers adjust their services and organizations take proactive measures to remain competitive.

In Israel, most cloud service providers support hybrid capability, ease of deployment, management and upgrade, which allows you to expand cloud computing solutions as your business grows. With the list of the top cloud service companies in Israel, you can find the most-suited company for your project without any hassle.

Interested to know more on the cutting-edge technology offered by Israel Companies, please contact Ms. Kavitha, Trade Officer, kavithas@israeltrade.gov.il