Hybrid cloud computing, a combination of on-site IT infrastructure and public cloud architecture, is currently attracting the attention of businesses.

The main reason is that hybrid cloud’s flexibility helps clients tailor technology to their needs. Traditionally, businesses sought to maintain their private data on-site to ensure security.

However, as cloud networking technology has increased, companies are confidently offloading into hybrid cloud computing systems. This allows them to use various public cloud resources, such as blockchain, analytics, and machine learning.
Cloud apps and platforms have a lot of uses in everyday life as well. You might already be using one yourself.

Cloud networking has really improved businesses, data collection and everyday life activity. examples of cloud computing use can be found in chatbots. One of the primary purposes of chatbots is to gather information from people. This is so that people could have a better user experience in using an application or program.

Engineers use these tools more and more frequently today in design, planning, management, and maintenance and support tasks.


Network automation promises to replace many of the menial tasks network engineers accomplish manually. By automating certain repeatable tasks, IT professionals will be able to commit more time and energy to long-term projects and increase their operational efficiency.

Actions such as implementing software updates, upgrading security, determining the best computing path via re-routes, and performing root cause analytics can now all become automated.

Moreover, the future integration of machine learning toward these “smart networks” can further optimize efficiency and reshape the roles of network engineers.

About The Writer

Emmanuel Alamu, Africa’s foremost Network Engineering Expert is a member of the Internet Society (ISOC) International and Nigeria. He is the Chief executive officer of NetEng Solutions, a network and internet solution providing company in Lagos, Nigeria.

Emmanuel is an active volunteer at the Internet Society Global Volunteer Training Program on Community Networks. He is the president of The Emmanuel Alamu Network Academy (TEANA) where he has trained and certified hundreds of young people to become network engineers.

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