In today’s digital transformation era, the rate at which organizations, big and small, are embracing the cloud is fast escalating.
Reports expect public cloud infrastructure to grow 35% to $120 billion in 2021. Given the many benefits cloud brings with its resilient, flexible, and scalable infrastructure, several organizations are now bidding adieu to their traditional and rigid on-premises infrastructure.
Atlassian, with its Server EOL announcement, is leading the path to become a cloud-first organization, and focusing on the bigger vision of empowering enterprises to move to the cloud.
Being a pioneer in the Software Delivery space, Atlassian has always been the front-runner in embracing new technological innovations.
|The commitment to cloud has been a top priority for Atlassian. Their relentless focus on cloud has helped organizations across the DevOps world simplify their day-to-day tasks and streamline the way they operate. With 90% of organizations now embracing Atlassian Cloud products, here’s looking at some ways in which Atlassian is constantly investing in cloud technology:|
Over the years, Atlassian has amplified the efforts it is driving towards developing its cloud products. For organizations considering moving to the cloud, such commitment and focus is good news!
|Cloud offers a gamut of flexibility, reliability, and scalability benefits. It is no surprise that Gartner estimates that by 2025, 80% of all enterprises will migrate entirely away from on-premises servers and data centers|
With the many advancements being made towards the cloud in general, and with Atlassian’s deep focus on all things cloud, now is a good time for organizations to migrate to the cloud.