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Public vs. Hybrid Cloud: Which One to Choose?

Learn the Benefits of Each Before Making the Move

by Kurt Hildebrand | Monday, December 05, 2016

The cloud environment is dynamic and highly scalable, and can respond flexibly to your business needs. Public or hybrid cloud? That is the question. To decide which is right for you, you’ll need to weigh the pros and cons of each regarding your business needs.

Build IT Yourself

A private cloud is dynamic and scalable, and enables self-service provisioning. The private cloud brings that kind of experience that's always on, always available, always up to date, and responds to changing business needs. This includes the ability to provide a service-ready data center—with flexibility, manageability, and scalability. The advantage of this modern data center strategy is its massive scalability to bring cloud to any organization, of any size. Many customers build a private cloud infrastructure for the additional security, oversight, or compliance or regulatory needs that require keeping everything in-house.

Growing Towards the Future

Have You Seen the Latest in Converged Infrastructure?

by Kurt Hildebrand | 12.02.16

Lately, I’ve been seeing a lot of growth in converged infrastructures. Essentially, a converged infrastructure is any type of infrastructure that takes two or more discrete pieces of technology and consolidates them into one information system solution. Traditional converged systems, ones that are packaged solutions, take existing technology and consolidate it into a repeatable, standardized deployment framework. But the new model of converged systems takes that disparate technology and converges it in a much more tightly integrated way, using something called the software-defined data center. Software-defined is just another way of saying hyperconvergence.

The Future of Enterprise Storage

Surprise—It’s Flash

by Kurt Hildebrand | 12.01.16

While it remains true that many organizations rely on traditional disk arrays, high-capacity storage is moving away from the spinning disk to flash—and not as gradually as you might think either. One of the primary barriers to entry with flash was its price, but the cost of flash technology has come down quite a bit—and there’s still room for it to get cheaper. So why wait? Invest now!

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