The decision to use a bare-metal cloud provider is usually driven at least in part by performance considerations. A DCF special report looks at why processors matter when it comes to bare-metal computing.
A specialty bare-metal cloud provider can save customers between 45% and 80% off the price of comparable offerings from the three largest public cloud companies, according to a DCF special report, courtesy of phoenixNAP and Intel.
A DCF special report courtesy of phoenixNAP and Intel takes a look common use cases for bare-metal servers and why bare-metal cloud computing is gaining momentum.
As enterprise workloads rapidly move to the cloud, there are some applications that struggle in this new multi-tenant environment. A DCF special report courtesy of phoenixNAP and Intel looks at how bare-metal computing options are becoming increasingly popular with organizations looking to migrate performance- or location-sensitive workloads to the cloud.
With the increased focus on infrastructure modernization, databases have started migrating from on-prem to the cloud, multi-cloud, and hybrid cloud. Martin Wielomski, Director of Product Management at phoenixNAP Global IT Services, discusses how emerging technology like Optane DCPMM can solve database management challenges.
Cloud infrastructure company phoenixNAP will build a new 500,000 square foot data center as it expands its Phoenix campus to boost its customer capacity, It’s the latest sign of future growth for the Greater Phoenix data center market.