The decentralization of IT is creating more options than ever for end users. As latency becomes more important in application deployment, users have an array of choices of cloud and colocation options. The winner will be the hybrid IT model, and service providers that host it.
Compliance, regulations, and cloud can all live together harmoniously, but it’s not always easy. Bill Kleyman looks at how companies in government, healthcare and e-commerce can leverage cloud capabilities while meeting compliance requirements.
It’s 2018 and working with hybrid has never been more popular. With improved performance and better savings, find out the five big reasons you should connect your data center to the cloud!
Serverless computing services offered by cloud platforms are gaining attention. It’s important for data center professionals to understand what serverless computing is and why it matters.
In the world of multi-cloud, working with hybrid cloud optimization is an absolute must. Now, learn how to improve the performance of their hybrid solutions by up to 55%, while actually paying less, just by leveraging the right network solution.
What do customers think about edge computing? How are they using it? DCF contributor Bill Kleyman explores the customer view from the edge.
This is the final entry in a Data Center Frontier series that explores how to create complete resiliency and compliance for mission critical data centers. Stewart Collier, Managing Director of Critical Environments at Stream Data Centers, offers his top 5 recommendations when it comes to deploying critical environment capabilities.
This is the third entry in a Data Center Frontier series that explores how to create complete resiliency and compliance for mission critical data centers. Focused on the changing role of data center management, this post explores how a data center partner for your critical environments must be able to provide advanced facilities management, operational control, managed services, and a team which can specifically help you design around resiliency.
All-flash storage solutions are gaining traction, offering the potential to cut costs by consolidating petabytes of storage onto a smaller, more nimble infrastructure. Bill Kleyman examines the key factors in adopting all-flash solutions.
The future of the data center architect is direct integration with business, applications, and IT teams during the design process, writes Bill Kleyman.