Achieving Cloud-Ready Data Center Scale Securely, Rapidly, and Inexpensively

Achieving Cloud-Ready Data Center Scale Securely, Rapidly, and Inexpensively

Your business is evolving. How well can your data center keep up? Find out how to create cloud-ready scalability by utilizing colocation partnerships. Most of all, learn how to incorporate cloud securely and inexpensively!

There are some big changes happening within the modern data center. We’re seeing more users connecting, sharing data, and using more devices to be productive. Consequently, organizations providing specific cloud-ready services for those users must keep up with the competition. Consider this: global spending on IaaS is expected to reach almost US$16.5 billion in 2015, an increase of 32.8 percent from 2014, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) from 2014 to 2019 forecast at 29.1 percent, according to Gartner's latest forecast. Projections like this one beg the question: how can service providers and organizations keep up with this kind of demand?

To truly gain a competitive advantage and create internet-ready data center scale, you have to partner and work with a colocation provider that’s capable of keeping up. In this white paper, we learn how a good data center colocation partnership gives organizations and service providers the ability to scale massively and do it with unprecedented speed. This means:

  • Having access to strategic markets and locations
  • Optimizing the economics of your data center ecosystem
  • Taking advantage of interconnection partnerships

In creating this type of colocation partnership, Internet organizations, service providers, and enterprise businesses can deliver resources and content at cloud speeds.

Download this whitepaper to learn how to create a secured, multi-tenant ecosystem, that’s capable of keeping up with the modern demands of the market. You’ll see how a flexible fabric architecture can fit a diverse set of business requirements to help optimize the user experience and the overall corporate strategy.

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