Data is automatically transferred from on-premises storage to cloud storage using a storage appliance called a cloud controller.
Data is stored on-premises by cloud controllers using hard disc drives, solid-state drives, or a combination of the two. For high performance, the majority of the on-premises data is cached, and the less-frequently-accessed data is sent to the cloud.
The majority of the on-premise data is cached to improve efficiency, and the less-frequently used data is moved to the cloud. Data deduplication is one of the extra storage functions offered by cloud controllers.
The Global Cloud Controllers Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The Cisco Catalyst 9800 Series Wireless Controllers are based on Cisco IOS XE and incorporate the RF excellence of Cisco Aironet access points to create a best-in-class wireless experience for your evolving and expanding enterprise.
They were designed from the ground up for the intent-based network. Rich analytics, built-in security, streaming telemetry, and an open and customizable architecture are all features of the 9800 Series.
The Cisco Catalyst 9800 Series Wireless Controllers are constructed on the three pillars of network excellence—always on, secure, and deployed anywhere—which strengthen the network by offering the best wireless experience without sacrificing efficiency and cost.
The Cisco Catalyst 9800-CL is the next generation of enterprise-class wireless controllers for the cloud, offering seamless software updates for large companies and service providers as well as distributed branches and midsize facilities.
Network downtime during software upgrades or updates is a thing of the past with Cisco In Service Software Upgrade (ISSU).
ISSU, which updates and upgrades the entire image while the network is still operational. Traffic forwarding keeps going uninterrupted while the software image—or patch—is put onto the wireless controller.
Throughout the update process, all access point and client sessions are kept. Your network updates to the newest software with just one click.
Google acquired Alooma, a cloud data platform provider, to enhance its cloud services. The acquisition enabled Google to provide customers with an integrated solution to manage, analyze, and process data from the cloud.
Additionally, Google also acquired Cask Data in the same month to strengthen its cloud data platform. Google has also established partnerships with a number of companies in order to extend the capabilities of its cloud solutions.
Google has partnered with IBM, VMware, and Cisco in order to enable its customers to leverage the expertise of these companies in order to better manage their cloud infrastructure.
Google Cloud has also entered into a partnership with CloudZero, a cloud cost optimization company. The partnership will enable customers to monitor, analyze, and optimize their Google Cloud usage. It will also provide customers with visibility into the cost of their cloud usage and enable better cost management.
Microsoft acquired Metaswitch Networks, a cloud controller provider, to bolster its Azure cloud platform. The acquisition enabled Microsoft to provide customers with a platform to manage and control their cloud resources.
Additionally, Microsoft also acquired Citus Data, a cloud computing platform provider, to strengthen its cloud analytics capabilities.
Oracle acquired Palerra, a cloud security platform provider, to strengthen its cloud security portfolio. The acquisition enabled Oracle to provide customers with a unified cloud security platform.
Additionally, Oracle also acquired Securonix, a cloud-based security analytics provider, to enhance its security analytics capabilities.
Amazon Web Services (AWS), AWS recently announced its partnership with Snowflake Data Warehouse, a cloud-based data warehouse. This partnership will enable customers to use Snowflake’s cloud data warehouse to access, store, and analyze data in the cloud.
AWS has also partnered with Databricks, a cloud-based big data analytics and machine learning platform, to allow customers to easily access and manage their data in the cloud.
In addition to these partnerships, companies in the cloud controller market have also formed alliances with other industry players.
HPE recently announced a partnership with CloudBolt, a cloud management and automation company. The partnership will enable customers to more easily integrate their on-premises infrastructure with the cloud.
These recent partnerships, acquisitions, and investments demonstrate the growing demand for cloud controllers in the market.
Companies are looking to strengthen their cloud offerings by acquiring new technologies and expanding into new markets. As the demand for cloud-based services and solutions continues to grow, the cloud controllers market is expected to experience further growth in the coming years.
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