Industry's Largest Cloud Survey Reveals Cloud Momentum Driving Enterprise to 'Re-Orchestrate' Strategy

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“Cloud envirnments will remain predominantly hybrid in the coming years, enhancing the importance of a clearly defined cloud governance and orchestration strategy to optimize for security, self-service and agility, while minimizing costs. The continued growth in the cloud-first enterprise is forcing traditional IT vendors like Oracle to accelerate pace of acquisition to fortify their cloud platform strategies.”

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Industry's Largest Cloud Survey Reveals Cloud Momentum Driving Enterprise to 'Re-Orchestrate' Strategy

North Bridge, a growth equity and venture capital firm, in partnership with research analyst firm Wikibon, announced the results of its sixth annual Future of Cloud Computing Survey, which analyzes trends in cloud computing, adoption, use and challenges on a yearly basis. The study provides the broadest and deepest exploration of cloud in the industry with 53 leading cloud companies participating as collaborators. This year’s survey received 1,351 responses, a record-breaking number, representing a 60/40 balance of user/vendor perspectives spanning senior executives to practitioners across all industry sectors such as Technology, F.I.R.E., Government, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Media, Professional Services and Transportation.

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About North Bridge

North Bridge actively partners with founders and entrepreneurs of market leading companies, who are using technology to disrupt and reinvent big markets. With $3.8 billion of capital under management, the firm has funded more than 170 companies creating many billions in market value. Among those firms are Acquia, Actifio, Clarity Software Systems, Dyn, Demandware, Proto Labs, Starent Networks, Seniorlink, Smart Pak and Valence Health. The firm has offices in Massachusetts and California. To learn more about North Bridge go to and follow the company @North_Bridge.

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