There is no denying the fact that worldwide cloud computing market is witnessing a sustained and consistent growth across diverse industry verticals. This statement is further backed by Forbes in one of its article where it has revealed that the global cloud computing market will grow at a 36% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) in the next couple of years with a market size is expected to reach $19.5 billion.

It is interesting to note that the surge in the number of cloud adopters has significantly increased the amount of traffic in the data center. If reports are to be believed, the data center alone would be embracing 69% of the cloud traffic in the next two to three years. This clearly denotes that cloud computing not only emerges as a market to sustain along with evolving data center, but it also contributes immensely in increasing the sales of products and services of data center vendors and service providers.

So far current business landscape goes by; data center service providers are capable of handling higher volumes of traffic without making compromises on security and storage capacity of data. Generally, a typical data center shoulders the responsibility of managing significant aspects like data workloads, operating conditions, data protection and security compliance. However, the growing adoption of cloud computing impels data center administrators to bring changes in the strategies of managing data centers. This is because integration of cloud in the data center forces service providers to adapt to new and emerging technology in order for complementing cloud adoption rate.

With cloud computing market keeps on growing at a fast pace, data center vendors attempt to make their data centers as proactive and agile as possible. So, any organization that wants to leverage the power of cloud computing must understand the fact that data center is emerged to keep its IT infrastructure safe and functional.