CoreSite asserts that to make “getting SaaS right” easier, partnering with a data center to firm up hybrid infrastructure can reap long-term benefits. A new report from CoreSite explores the challenges, opportunities and potential of Software-as-a-Service for your business.
Databank’s Mark Houpt explores the benefits of working with a specialized data center cloud provider, including performance, security options, and support for compliance.
The IT industry is ever changing, and today’s network engineers and architects face an ongoing list of challenges. Iron Mountain Data Centers’ Frank Scalzo highlights the top network challenges facing engineers and architects in today’s data center market.
Hyperscale growth and the promise of 5G wireless were hot topics on Data Center Frontier in February 2019. Here’s a look at the month’s most popular stories at DCF.
The cloud has brought a new way of looking at scaling capacity and resiliency through availability zones (AZ). Cyxtera’s Randy Rowland explores why, when and how to apply the concept of availability zones to dedicated infrastructure in colocation.
While they don’t hold a crystal ball, enterprise CTOs and CIOs are expected to predict and prepare for future connectivity needs with tremendous accuracy. This is beyond tricky. Download the new white paper from Digital Realty that explores how to improve cloud performance through a computing solution that connects private infrastructure over a dedicated connection accessing public cloud resources while bypassing the internet.
Northern Virginia is the focal point for the explosive growth of cloud computing, which has made the region the largest and most active data center market in the United States. Download the latest report from Data Center Frontier and RagingWire Data Centers that explores the Northern Virginia colocation market in detail.
Data Center 101: Cloud Computing report, brought to you in partnership with Open Spectrum, is part of the Data Center Frontier Data Center 101 Special Report series. The report, part of a group of 14 reports that cover the ins and outs of the data center industry, teaches readers how to discuss actual needs with clients and the limitations of any given cloud infrastructure. Unfortunately, the phrase “cloud computing” now means so many different things to so many different people. Download the new report, and learn more about what the cloud means to the data industry and to your clients.
Gartner anticipates that many leading enterprises will migrate entirely away from their on-premises data centers with the current trend of moving workloads to colocation, hosting and the cloud. With this evolution, I&O leaders must rely on outside partners.