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Should we opt for Cloud or Colo?
For any business enterprise choosing the right server infrastructure is critical to business success. Yet with the increase in the trends towards adoption of cloud computing by organizations, the IT infrastructure landscape is undergoing a major transformation. This trend calls for an open debate on the best direction that an organization can take with respect to its IT infrastructure in 2015 and beyond.
Hybrid Cloud for Flexible, Accelerated and Sustainable IT
Early cloud adoption rush was fuelled by enterprises seeking a cheaper, scalable and simpler alternative to complex on-premise IT. This trend has certainly grown stronger. It is more about adopting the right cloud strategy, one that not only maximizes value gained, but also helps enterprises remain relevant in a digital economy. Irrespective of where they are, in their cloud journey, customer cloud conversations typically revolve around identifying which cloud model is best suited for an enterprise’s specific use –private, public cloud, on premise datacenter or a combination thereof.
Data Center Power Density Paradox
Data centers are like beehives with constant activity going on at every moment of time. Driven by the constant need for delivering high performance and an always available IT infrastructure, data centers are working beyond normal capacities to support the burgeoning demands being placed on them. With the exponential growth in terms of number of servers, storage space and networking equipment, many business enterprises are facing shortage of power, cooling and space in their data centers.