Co-Location Facilities Research
Sponsored by: Schneider Electric
The ways digital services are being consumed is forcing us to adjust our data center deployment. The key is distributing micro data centers to support edge computing. Do yourself a favor and read this white paper as it dives deep into what may very well be the first big step in the future of data center management.
Sponsored by: Vision Solutions
This whitepaper covers the value of protecting your business critical applications with a co-location facility.
Sponsored by: SearchDataCenter.com
This exclusive handbook explores the variety of outsourced IT options for your data center. Read on to examine the pros and cons of each approach in terms of cost, availability, service levels, security, compliance, and interoperability.
Sponsored by: Siemon Company
As more companies look towards collocation/hosted/ and managed services for either their primary data center there are considerations, both short and long term, when selecting a provider.
Hosted, Outsourced, and Cloud Data Centers - Considerations for Overall SLA's for Facility Owners and Hosting Providers - Owner's VersionSponsored by: Siemon Company
Hosted data centers, both outsourced/managed and collocation varieties, provide a unique benefit for some customers through capital savings, employee savings and in some cases an extension of in-house expertise. Traditionally, these facilities were thought of as more SME (Small to Medium Enterprise) customers.
Presentation Transcript: Expanding the Data Center - Traditional Deployments Vs. The Cloud Vs. Co-locationSponsored by: Horizon Data Center Solutions
Read this presentation transcript to learn about different data center expansion options. Discover the pros and cons of colocation, cloud computing and IT outsourcing and determine which model is best for your organization.