The cloud offers scalability, flexibility, and cost-efficiency, making it an attractive option for businesses. However, it is crucial to evaluate whether a cloud-only IT strategy has been stretched to its limits. We explore this and how organizations are increasingly embracing hybrid solutions.
As research institutions, financial services, and other companies in other industries continue to deploy high-performance computing (HPC) environments, they often focus on the hardware they need, but may forget the data center. This DataBank article highlights five key advantages colocation can offer to best support HPC infrastructure.
Just what are public, private, and hybrid clouds, and which model is right for your business? In this article, we examine the topic of cloud computing in general as well as the pros and cons of three different cloud computing models.
What will traditional infrastructure look like in ten years and how will these changes shape companies’ digital strategies? A new DataBank article looks at three trends that are sure to change in the future—and how data center providers must adapt to keep pace.
Many companies may suspect that they should consider moving their IT infrastructure to a multi-tenant / colocation data center; yet, they may not know when the time is right. A Databank article examines six key indicators that may show it’s time to make the move.
Watch the video. Our latest expansion of SNA2 in Irvine, California. Our 24,000 sq. ft. expansion of SNA2 in Irvine, CA will offer an additional 24,000 square feet of raised flooring and 4 megawatts of critical IT power. The total build-out will be 57,700 sq. ft. and 8 megawatts of critical IT power.
To keep pace with business growth, many companies unintentionally create a hybrid IT infrastructure that adds complexity, costs, and risk. With an intentional, proactive, and well-defined hybrid IT strategy—one that includes on-premises, colocation, private and public cloud hosting options in the data center, plus the right infrastructure partner—companies can achieve the agility, performance, and security that their growing businesses require.
Use-cases for aligning workloads to infrastructures to balance application performance, control and costs.
The benefits of partnering with an infrastructure provider with hybrid IT options: colocation, private cloud, modular data centers.
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