Isn't this an April fool?
I'm see more organisations leaving cloud due to obfuscated price hikes and poor quality of service.
IDC forecasts that spending on compute and storage systems for cloud infrastructure will grow 21.7 percent this year compared to 2021. Spending on public clouds is also expected to pass that of non-cloud infrastructure in 2022. The research firm made the predictions as part of its latest Worldwide Quarterly Enterprise …
It looks like it's ONLY talking about investments in "cloud" assets (that is, investments in hardware and software to build "cloud" infrastructure).
For myself, this is boring and quite without any interest.
(1) More interesting would be an assessment of the money wasted on "cloud" services, both by businesses and by private individuals.
(2) Even more interesting would be an assessment of the money spent on moving from "cloud" back to on-premises compute.
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