Read the following passage and answer the following questions based on the given passage. Some of the words are highlighted which would help you to answer some of the questions given.
For years, world-wide organisations have become increasingly excited about the prospect of a cloud-based future. As the dream becomes an ever closer reality for many kinds of business and, Forrester predicted that enterprise spending on cloud services is set to surge. IDC also predicted that global spending on public cloud services and infrastructure would reach $210bn in 2019, an increase of 24% from 2018. But one obstacle stands create friction and introduce risk: the process of migration.
As all indications point to a massive shift in data deployments to the cloud, it is more important than ever that the transition from on-premises to Cloud is as risk free as possible. In today’s climate any loss or disruption to data can have a huge business impact. It’s a complex process, is frequently underestimated and many organisations have found there’s lots that can go wrong that can impact the business.
Organisations across the globe have found the cloud to be an ideal place to run modern data applications due to big data’s elastic resource requirements. Furthermore, with the lack of data talent an ever-looming issue for most companies today they have been determined to adopt a cloud-first strategy to ensure business operations are accessible for a range of employees.
The cloud offers great promise for developers especially, as it can increase the speed at which they develop software features and increase the resilience of applications once they are deployed - along with enhanced security through the use of multiple server locations. With all this considered, it is no surprise that 42% of UK businesses leverage some kind of cloud service, according to Eurostat.
However, all the perceived benefits of leveraging the cloud are redundant if organisations come up against barriers to accessing cloud services. Cloud-based data pipelines still suffer from complexity challenges at the moment, along with the lack of visibility into cost and resource usage at the application and user level. The answer to this is automation fueled by robust Machine learning training models and artificial intelligence. These concepts and the tools that enable them can determine the prerequisites of cloud infrastructure, application dependencies,the appropriate target cloud instance profiles, and provide troubleshooting in real-time.
To summarise, the promise of the cloud has created a sense of excitement amongst enterprises, however, they have proceeded to go full steam ahead into adopting a cloud service, without sufficient data to ensure performance service level agreements (SLAs).
How can we tackle the risks associated with the process of migration?
Why the promise of the cloud has created a sense of excitement amongst enterprises?
Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct in context of the passage?
(1) The cloud technology can help in increasing the speed at which the software features are developed.
(2) There is no risk associated with the cloud technology.
(3) Cloud technology is not a very complex process.
Which of the following words is most similar to the word “ADOPT” as given in the passage?
Which of the following words is most similar to the word “ENSURE” as given in the passage?
Which of the following words is most OPPOSITE to the word
“MASSIVE” as given in the passage?
Read each sentence to find out if there is any error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer if there is no error, the answer is 5.
In each of the following sentences, there is a blank space. Below in each sentence, there are five words out of which one can be used to fill the blank to make the sentence grammatically and coherently correct. Find the most appropriate word that fit into the blank contextually.
There is nothing to indicate the building’s past, _______ the fireplace.
Two circus elephants that performed together _______ when crossing paths 23 years later
The law _______ farmers not only to save and resow (multiply) seeds, but also to sell them to other farmers, no matter what the original source of the seed is.
Small farmers must be educated and ______ with proper incentive structures, to engage with agriculture.
Raipur despite being _______ between two rivers, the Krishna and the Tungabhadra, it is a dust bowl in May first week.
Given sentences are not in their exact position. Rearrange them to make a coherent paragraph and then answer the questions given below.
A. It can even make exercise more fun and productive.
B. Plus, hearing others laugh, even for no apparent reason, can often trigger genuine laughter.
C. To add simulated laughter into your own life, search for laugh yoga or laugh therapy groups. Or you can start simply by laughing at other people’s jokes, even if you don’t find them funny.
D. A Georgia State University study found that incorporating bouts of simulated laughter into an exercise program helped improve older adults’ mental health as well as their aerobic endurance.
E. Believe it or not, it’s possible to laugh without experiencing a funny event—and simulated laughter can be just as beneficial as the real thing.
Which of the following should be the FOURTH sentence after the rearrangement?
Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after the rearrangement?
In each the following questions four words are highlighted. Choose the option reflecting the word which is either misspelt or grammatically incorrect. If all the highlighted words are correct, choose option 5 i.e. “all are correct” as your answer choice.
A British court has ruled that British arms sales to Saudi Arabia wear unlawful on Humanitarian Grounds.
I’m tyred of hearing politicians making pious pronouncements about their devotion to the people
It is likely that weaving prospered and partly relocated towards areas within easy reach of the army contractors.
This cat and mouse tactic was purposely designed to provoke, inrage and panic the unemployed.