Where do you think your organization needs the most help in the Cloud related technologies / solutions?

Cloud Security41%

Cloud Data Analytics (Streaming, Big Data, AI, Data Lake, Data Warehouse etc.)54%

Cloud Migration / Modernization44%

Cloud Native Development (DevOps, Micro Services, Containers, Kubernetes, etc.)32%

Cloud Data (Databases, Data Management, Governance, etc.)12%


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Associate VP - Digital Technologies in Software, 501 - 1,000 employees
These votes are interesting. While initially "Cloud native development" was leading in comparison with "Cloud migration", currently it looks like (at 88 votes), "Cloud migration" is leading and the Cloud native development has lagged.  

Does that mean Organizations are yet to migrate many of their workloads to Cloud yet (at the end of 2021), and Cloud native development takes a backseat in the priorities overall?
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Associate VP - Digital Technologies in Software, 501 - 1,000 employees

Or they have all the required skill sets for a cloud native development and hence relatively 'lesser' help is needed there?


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