One of the biggest trends in the data management market over the past 2 years has been the migration of legacy systems to cloud-native solutions. This is not to be confused with the early migrations to the cloud (2012-2016) which were often just trading a data center lease for a AWS "rental" agreement. These early migrations were mostly just moving the location of the existing systems. So instead of owning the data center, they would keep the same operating systems and simply "lift and shift" the datacenter to be managed by AWS, then later Azure and Google. However, this model was more of a method of offsetting the physical security of the servers to another entity and the cost savings for ... subscribe to read more

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