4 Infrastructure and Operations Trends that are Going Cold

4 Infrastructure and Operations Trends that are Going Cold

The need to strengthen infrastructure and production systems and keep them operational and stable has immensely grown over the past few months. Technology trends such as automation and cloud are going mainstream while basic repositories and trusting partners are drastically falling from their positions.

With many enterprises trying to find better approaches to seamlessly take up digital transformation initiatives, they are constantly on the lookout for the hottest trends when it comes to infrastructure and operations. Enterprises need to keep an eye on infrastructure trends that will keep their infrastructure stable and secure. However, it is also equally important for them to give up technologies that may create hurdles to advancing their infrastructure and production systems.

Top Four Infrastructure and Operations Trends

Dynamic Websites

 In the very beginning of WWW (world wide web), the internet was made up of static files. However, as the customers started demanding better visibility, developers had no choice but to integrate practices where they could customize what users could see while visiting a specific URL. Businesses embraced the opportunity that came with dynamic web pages. But, lately, the attitude has changed.

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Businesses and developers do not see any benefits as most of the web pages end up being pretty much the same. Hence, new web development tools have come up that take the site and pre-distill it down to a bunch of static web pages that provide the flexibility of dynamic content management systems combined with the speed of static files.

Wasted Energy

 Bitcoin miners aren’t the only ones striving to save their electricity expenses. Major tech giants are always looking for options that will enable them to save electricity. They monitor their power consumption utilized by their hardware stack; from the smallest IoT devices to the fastest server having terabytes of RAM. Enterprises with on-premises servers are now using heat left from the computation to heat their buildings.

Thin Components

 Developers usually build their best work by putting together a collection of smaller components as well as libraries. It is not uncommon for them to put together several parts that produce a unified web presence for the customers.

However, these products have started becoming much smarter on their own since their creators started adding more features. A few databases have become much more integrated with the network while offering data synchronization thereby removing the need for building this functionality. As applications and services have become increasingly complex, the need for glue code and customization is disappearing.

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Trusting vendors and partners

 Cloud providers aren’t the only ones that are having a tough time collaborating and maintaining a relationship with their business partners. Enterprise DevOps teams are asking tough questions and demanding better guarantees from their respective vendors and service providers.

Everyone welcomed the idea of outsourcing technology solutions in the past, and most never bothered to ask themselves questions like what will happen if things suddenly go south. But today’s trust has become a major issue, which means that enterprise leaders must take initiatives to create long-term relationships that need everyone to be on the same page while negotiating tight contracts.

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Vishal Muktewar is a Senior Correspondent at On Dot Media. He reports news that focuses on the latest trends and innovations happening in the B2B industry. An IT engineer by profession, Vishal has worked at Insights Success before joining Ondot. His love for stories has driven him to take up a career in enterprise journalism. He effectively uses his knowledge of technology and flair for writing, for crafting features, articles and interactions for technology enterprise media platforms.