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More businesses are moving their technology stacks to the public cloud, showing common concerns from the past are inhibiting them less. The advantages of the cloud are clear, and solutions are in place to address concerns like security, less control, fewer configuration options, and lower performance. Interestingly, cloud application performance remains a top-of-mind priority for businesses that view low latency as a source of competitive advantage. This stance is consistent with the performance aspirations for on-premises deployments, as businesses continually seek to get the most out of their technologies no matter where they are deployed.
This continued prioritization of performance is not surprising considering our technology-oriented world is moving faster and faster, and consumer expectations are universally becoming more demanding. All digital interfaces are essentially in competition with each other. For example, the experiences customers enjoy with banking apps force makers of health and insurance apps to up their game. And as more users adopt online interactions, businesses are challenged to handle the increased load while improving the experience.
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Consider the level in which businesses think about performance, especially around low latency.
Card processing companies are performing all transaction …
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