A new special report, courtesy of Iron Mountain, explores how the hyperscale data center is reshaping the global IT landscape, shifting data from on-premises computer rooms and IT closets to massive centralized data center hubs. Workloads are consolidating in the world’s largest and most efficient facilities.
While the expansion of cloud services presents an enormous opportunity for SaaS providers, it also brings new challenges. This new guide from CoreSite will highlight the challenges your SaaS organization faces in a competitive landscape. It will also illustrate how a data center partner that can provide hyperconnected colocation through direct access to cloud providers can help you maintain your strategic edge.
A recent article by Steve Gillaspy of Intel outlined many of the challenges faced by those responsible for designing, operating, and sustaining the IT and physical support infrastructure found in today’s data centers. This paper targets four of the five macro trends discussed by Gillaspy, how they influence the decision making processes of data center managers, and the role that power infrastructure plays in mitigating the effects of the following trends. Download the new white paper from Server Technology that explores the top 10 concerns of today’s data center managers.
This Data Center Frontier Special Report on the hyperscale data center market examines the increasing need for data center and cloud resources from both the business and consumer service perspective and how it has led to the development of large-scale cloud-ready data centers built for hyperscale capabilities. Download this report for free.
Today, hyperscale cloud operators are increasingly dominating the cloud landscape. But, it’s important to understand why and the business drivers behind this growth around hyperscale data center operators. Download this one page brief about the five benefits and strategies needed when working with hyperscale data center environments.
CyrusOne quick-delivery data center product provides a solution for cloud technology, social media and enterprise companies that have trouble building or obtaining data center capacity fast enough to support their information technology (IT) infrastructure. In trying to keep pace with overwhelming business growth, these companies often find it hard to predict their future capacity needs. A delay in obtaining data center space can also delay or stop a company’s revenue-generating initiatives, and have significant negative impact on the bottom line.