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State of Application Experience [AX] Report 2019

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Application experience insights from 350 global CIO and IT leaders finds 50% of apps will not be migrated to the cloud.

Combined findings from Forrester Consulting and ZK Research among CIOs found:
20% of US & UK enterprises will migrate 50% of applications to cloud in 12 months
91% of enterprises say speed and agility in load balancing is important or critical
60% say that multicloud is delivering better control and flexibility
90% say that the ability to increase/ add on easily is critical

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State of Application Experience [AX] Report 2019

  1. 1. State of Application Experience [AX] 2019 Report @KempTech@zkerravala @forrester
  2. 2. Research Partners
  3. 3. Zeus Kerravala Founder and Principal Analyst with ZK Research ZK Research and Kemp posts: Load Balancer Industry Research and Analysis Kemp Recharges Brand, Bolstering Automation and Predictive Analytics to Propel Enterprise App Experience (AX) @zkerravala
  4. 4. Forrester is one of the most influential research and advisory firms in the world Unique insights are grounded in annual surveys of more than 675,000 consumers and business leaders worldwide, rigorous and objective methodologies, and the shared wisdom of our most innovative client Through proprietary research, analytics, custom consulting, exclusive executive peer groups, learning offerings, and events The Forrester experience is about a singular and powerful purpose: to challenge the thinking of our clients to help them lead change in their organizations Forrester Consulting
  5. 5. Where is IT in the cloud today?
  6. 6. Hardware load balancers still reign Load balancers are seen as the ideal location for applications security services Load balancers are viewed as a fundamental way to maintaining the best application experience
  7. 7. Applications will be managed in the cloud and on-premises
  8. 8. Organizations will manage cloud-native applications & traditional applications in the cloud
  9. 9. Hardware load balancers still reign but only software load balancers can grow in the cloud
  10. 10. Organizations view load balancers as fundamental to maintaining the best application experience
  11. 11. Load balancers are seen as the ideal location for application security services
  12. 12. Application Experience, which focuses on outcomes, will resonate with customers that want to provide value to the business through the application of technology, and opens the door to talk about more then just load balancing - AX is about the entirety of the experience, including performance, reliability, consistency and security capabilities" Mike Fratto, Senior Analyst, Applied Infrastructure and DevOps, 451 Research “
  13. 13. Key Concerns and Challenges
  14. 14. Difficulty integrating and managing across third-party cloud environments66%
  15. 15. 57% Siloed management brings latency in application experience
  16. 16. Inability to cater to unique needs 57%
  17. 17. 41% Lack of skill
  18. 18. ADC functionality has evolved to meet the challenges of the multi-cloud world. ADC features now can be flexibly delivered where and when they are needed. Application delivery resources are right-sized for the workload and can be dynamically adjusted to meet changing demands. (e.g. seasonal variations). Per- application or per-workload ADC deployment means that each environment can be scripted, automated and secured in a customized manner for optimal operationally efficiency.” Lee Doyle, Doyle Research
  19. 19. What do IT teams need in the future?
  20. 20. What do IT teams need in the Future 67% of respondents say that multicloud is bringing better capabilities in their load balancing and application experience 91% of enterprises say speed and agility in load balancing and deployment of applications is important or critical. 40% of enterprises say that they would prefer pay-per-use load balancing as a consumption model
  21. 21. Enterprise Management Associates research has found that enterprises are increasingly deploying hybrid cloud and multi-cloud architectures to support digital initiatives and IT transformation. 35 percent of network managers say public cloud initiatives are a major driver of their decision- making today, and another 35 percent say private cloud initiatives are a major driver. In addition, the average enterprise claims that 45 percent of its network traffic is attributable to public cloud applications.” Shamus McGillicuddy, Research Director, EMA “
  22. 22. Customer Satisfaction
  23. 23. We are satisfied and will not change ADC vendors We are open to other ADC vendors, but might stay with the incumbent We will definitely select a new ADC vendor 34% 59% 7%
  24. 24. 50% would consider trying a different load balancer vendor 25% would switch entirely who identified as cloud native and larger enterprises Traditional and cloud-native applications will continue to be managed in cloud and on-premises environments for the next few years The shift from hardware to cloud and software load balancers is gradual
  25. 25. The challenge for IT is to efficiently manage this diversity of applications across each unique cloud environment, while continuing to provide application development and DevOps team with the necessary autonomy to keep the business growing" Lee Doyle, Doyle Research “
  26. 26. Download your complimentary State of AX Report

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