The future of business is going to be decentralized and distributed, but also constantly connected. Learn why virtual interconnections will be the future of software-driven IT infrastructure in this article featuring insights from DataBank.
Businesses must have a robust hybrid IT infrastructure that supports today’s business needs while innovating with an intention for the future. Patrick Doherty of Flexential explores how IT leaders can accelerate digital business growth while also increasing resilience.
QTS Data Centers has emerged as a leading player in hyperscale infrastructure. The QTS journey has been powered by two prevailing trends: the growth of hyperscale computing and the consolidation in the data center sector.
To safely store, manage and analyze data, businesses need flexible space and connectivity solutions that can meet existing and future needs without compromising security or compliance. Megan Hofmeyer, Strategic Marketing Director at QTS outlines seven ways in which colocation can allow you to easily scale your business infrastructure to fit your needs.
Data centers must evolve to become points of connectivity between cloud servers, endpoint devices and partner ecosystems. A new DCF special report courtesy of DataBank shares shared the organization’s perspective on what will be the hub of the near-term future of software-driven IT infrastructure.
Virtual interconnection is a new frontier that’s seeing rapid acceptance by colocation and cloud service providers. In a new DCF report, DataBank shares its take on the near-term future of software-driven IT infrastructure.
Software-defined infrastructure is an evolution of virtualization in which the entire IT resource is managed as a single pool. A new DCF special report courtesy of DataBank looks at the future of software-driven IT infrastructure.
Virtualized interconnections from colocation providers enable unprecedented flexibility for businesses to distribute computing resources. A new DCF special report courtesy of DataBank shares shared the organization’s perspective on what will be the hub of the near-term future of software-driven IT infrastructure.
Interconnection and finding the right colocation partner will be critical considerations for enterprises building out edge data centers. A new special report courtesy of Iron Mountain looks at how the edge can help small data centers transform into full-fledged service providers and fuel digital transformation.
In the past, data centers ensured space and power, providing customers direct connections to multiple networks and cloud providers. For the most part, customers didn’t interact with each other. Mark Lewis, Senior Director Ecosystem Development, Iron Mountain Data Centers, discusses how the growing demand for interconnection between customers is driving change at the edge in the data center industry.