Strategies for Building Digital Infrastructure Resiliency: Global Survey Results
Worldwide, organizations that once planned to gradually invest in digital transformation, remote work, and advanced analytics are being forced to make radical changes on the fly in the face of unpredictable, rapidly evolving markets. Existing mission-critical workloads are being updated and integrated with emerging cloud-native applications overnight. Supply chains and partnerships are rapidly reorganizing, while online ordering and remote collaboration are in demand. Maintaining, managing, and scaling digital infrastructure are required for business success now more than ever, as more and more organizations rapidly digitalize business. IDC's recent worldwide survey of 901 enterprise IT decision makers, representing organizations with primarily 1,000+ employees across multiple industries, shows that many are struggling with the operational complexity that results from having to support multiple generations of applications and infrastructure silos simultaneously. IT teams are being asked to do it all — supporting bare metal and virtual machine (VM) workloads and servers, public cloud services, and microservices-based applications running on containers and Kubernetes. These resources are typically distributed across traditional datacenters, colocation or outsourced datacenters, private clouds, public cloud infrastructure, and edge locations, making it even more difficult to ensure consistent security, compliance, performance, and cost management across the board.
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