We are now a part of the digital revolution. Organizations are utilizing new types of access strategies, new ways to deliver content, and new ways to enable the business by using IT. This is why business success is directly aligned with a solid IT strategy. Here you’ll learn the three critical data center components to help create a future-proof IT strategy.
We live in a world now where both internal and external customers expect instantaneous access from anywhere in the world and from any number of devices. So, enterprises are faced with how to optimize cost, security and latency. It’s no surprise that, according to the latest RightScale State of the Cloud Report, 82% of organizations now have a multi-cloud strategy. However, managing hybrid cloud adoption requires the savvy of an industry analyst who can see future trends, the acumen of a top cloud consultant able to navigate the complexities, and the mind of a strategist able to balance enterprise requirements, innovation and ROI across multiple environments.
Yet, in spite of the myriad of challenges surrounding adoption, organizations are undertaking the effort to move more of their workloads to the cloud. Today 39% of enterprise workloads run in the cloud; in two years, that number will climb to 57%, though cloud strategies are neither linear nor fixed. About one-fifth of early public cloud adopters have already moved applications from a public cloud into a private cloud, either on premise or hosted.
The number one driver for this migration is security and the second is the cost of high-volume public cloud computing. Practical and necessary as it now seems, in practice, implementing an effective hybrid cloud strategy is complex and time-consuming.
In this whitepaper from Digital Realty, we learn about the three critical components to help future-proof your IT strategy, and how it can better align with your business. These components include:
- Connectivity—Fast, Secure and Flexible
- Agility—Flexibility in Deployment
- Scalability—Limitless Growth
As you’ll learn in this paper, the Connected Campus brings all the critical data center, network and cloud connectivity elements together in a single, secure environment, offering a combination of:
- Colocation and large scale facilities tethered to Internet gateways, in close proximity to clouds and networks
- Seamless interconnectivity to a growing ecosystem of partners, customers and service providers
- Scalability in space, power and bandwidth to meet current business requirements and support future growth based on specific incremental needs.
Download this paper today to learn how organizations need a data center that supports today’s fast-growing, highly competitive business environment. And why they need a data center that also delivers the services and scalability that organizations will need tomorrow.
Whether you’re a small startup or an enterprise with a multi-cloud architecture, staying competitive requires connectivity, agility and scalability.