Organizations are adopting the cloud at an impressive rate. So much so, that according to Gartner, worldwide public cloud service revenue will grow to $331 billion by 2022, almost doubling the 2018 revenue of $182 billion.*
Unfortunately, many businesses are also finding that the cloud isn’t all they dreamed it would be, and are repatriating workloads back on-premises. According to a recent McKinsey study, companies polled indicated that roughly 50% of their workloads are running in the public cloud today and that 75% of their workloads will be running in the cloud by 2022.
If you want to prevent cloud catastrophe, you need to understand the three barriers to cloud agility (that aren’t always so obvious) and how to address them before they happen.