Fujitsu has presented its sector predictions cloud or of services in the cloud for this year 2019, among which the company has highlighted the arrival of technologies based on Artificial Intelligence (AI), as well as a greater adoption of native cloud services.
The Japanese multinational has identified eight fundamental trends that will mark the evolution of the cloud, led by the IA, which will lead both the blockchain, such as the Internet of Things (IoT) and data analysis, as highlighted by Fujitsu through a press release.
This technology will be adopted at the same speed as previous systems, and will have as a consequence that everything becomes intelligent and enabled, according to the predictions, which also relate AI to the automation of robotic processes.
In addition, Fujitsu also predicts the arrival of a transparent IA to guarantee integrity, in which it can be decided when it is in charge, specify the results that are sought and to what extent the AI is allowed to advance, in functions such as the possibility of providing to the customers an uninterrupted service.
The Japanese company has referred to a "responsible AI" as part of its ethic 'Human Centric Innovation', as well as the obligation from the sector to create technology that is explainable, with the ability to understand why an algorithm has made certain decisions and determine where responsibility lies.
Fujitsu has also highlighted among its predictions the takeoff of cloud native, a variety of services born directly in the cloud that is expected during this 2019 to be integrated into more business cases and to register more benefits, not being something of a niche.
Among applications of the native 'cloud' in organizations, Fujitsu has distinguished its use in the security industry, through the accumulation and monitoring of web data collected through security cameras and sensors, to deploy people only when absolutely necessary. necessary.
In this year, abstraction will be another of the tendencies of the cloud for Fujitsu, allowing the decomposition of an application into small, atomic and encapsulated entities, such as containers, for example, Docker and Kubernetes. These containers can be recomposed dynamically in complex applications, with greater scalability.
The advances of the cloud in 2019 also include its adaptation to mission-critical technologies, such as work and support plans and old proprietary systems, which Fujitsu predicts have five years left before the cloud takes over .
For its part, 2019 is shaping up as the year of cloud hybrid, built from a combination of public, private and local cloud, as well as an increase in poly-cloud, with the use of multiple public or private clouds.
Finally, technology partners must better align with the business objectives of the clients, for which the vision Technology and Service describes a concept called "real digital", which seeks the creation of a total alignment between technology partners and customers, by configuring contracts based on the performance of the company, rather than the use of a service.
Generally, this is expressed in the form of the number of virtual machines or the consumption units of cloud used.