Addressing the Evolving Technology Needs of Cloud Data Centers with IP
Since cloud computing was introduced nearly 20 years ago, we have seen a steady migration of applications and compute resources from the corporate data center to the cloud. This migration of IT infrastructure to the cloud continues, with Gartner predicting that by 2025, 80% of enterprises will close their traditional data centers, relying exclusively on cloud providers for their physical infrastructure. As this transition progresses cloud service providers will be challenged to provide continually increasing performance, scalability, and security in hyperscale cloud environments. Some of the tools these hyperscale cloud service providers are adopting to achieve the required levels of service include:
• Enhancements to the compute, networking, and storage infrastructure
• New technologies for visual computing and artificial intelligence
• Movement of select cloud services to the network edge
In this paper we will examine some of the challenges system on chip (SoC) developers are facing to meet modern cloud infrastructure demands, and the tools and technologies that can be used to develop effective SoC solutions.
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