What a load of bull.
The journey to cloud is a matter of when, not if. The first step in that journey is well underway with organizations replacing on-premise servers with cloud-based systems that are better in every dimension — faster, cheaper, more secure. In 5 years, every modern business will have a substantial portion of their systems running the cloud. But that’s only the first step.
- There are people using laptops older than 5 years. Mass migration to public cloud, much less server less, is not practical within 5 years. Reaching 30% would highly optimistic. (also, 30% of what, exactly)
- Also, its arrogant to assume that serverless technology can only be provided in the public cloud. Expect to see private cloud serverless solutions arrive in a few years and undermine the assertion further.
- Serverless will enable quite a few new things but also requires companies to completely change the way they operate. The focus on Internet-first, and high investments in technology is not a trend.
Your Business Won’t Use a Server in 5 Years : https://serverless.zone/your-business-wont-use-a-server-in-5-years-79c8fd25b239