Clouds Mature for Business: Current Trends in Cloud Adoption
By Dave Gagliano for MeriTalk
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As Cloud Computing matures as an engine of cost savings, improved agility, and enhanced security, options have grown beyond the “one-size-fits-all” offerings available to early users. Organizations can choose between a mix of on-premises or off-premises clouds, or implementing hybrid architectures that combine the best features of all these choices into a tailored solution that meets their own unique needs. When choosing cloud services, consider these factors:
Hyperconvergence is Collapsing Infrastructure, Labor, and Cost in the Data Center
The last several years have seen dramatic advances in “hyperconvergence”–the prepackaged consolidation of compute, memory, storage, networking, and virtualization within scalable building blocks. Hyperconvergence is collapsing the equipment stack and gutting the labor needed to integrate, configure, and operate the complex infrastructure of a world-class data center. In addition to savings in cost and labor, hyperconvergence make it possible to dramatically accelerate infrastructure standup and modernization, speeding delivery of savings and efficiencies to tenant end-users.
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