India will lead the world in hybrid cloud usage and adoption over the next two years, according to a new global study by enterprise cloud computing leader, Nutanix Inc.
The report, titled “The Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Index” has been compiled by Vanson Bourne, and commissioned by Nutanix, found that the adoption of hybrid cloud in India will more than triple from 13 percent today to 43 percent in the coming two years.
This will help in boosting India’s economic growth.
“Digital transformation is rapidly re-defining the regional and global landscape. As billions more people, places and things become connected to the internet, and more and more enterprises move their systems, software and processes to cloud providers, the need to connect, communicate, manage and align these varying components take on a new perspective. Hybrid infrastructure does all of these things and provides the key to truly unlock the full potential of cloud. By driving hybrid adoption, India’s enterprises look set to keep the country at the centre of the global economy,” said Sankalp Saxena, SVP and Managing Director – Operations, India, Nutanix.
The hybrid model of Cloud will see a greater use as more and more enterprises move towards being hyper-connected. It offers greater workload flexibility, simplicity in processing big data, broader use of cross platform IT services, enhanced data security and compliance, dramatic cost reduction and greater business growth and Return on Investment.
The research found that India respondents use of private cloud ranked high and was surpassed only by Italy (49%), Germany (43%) and France (39%).