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Companies have a range of options for data center deployment:
in-house, colocation or cloud. While each of the three types has
its own strengths and weaknesses, there’s no one-size-fits-all
strategy for every organization. GlassHouse Technologies has
published a whitepaper, “Cloud,
Colo or In-house?”, putting these three data center options in
context. The whitepaper explains how a customized, tiered approach
combining different data center types can best address the
constantly changing needs of organizations.
The modern data center faces a serious challenge: it must be robust,
scalable, secure and energy-efficient, all while remaining within
budget and staff constraints. However, by strategically tiering
in-house data centers, colocation and cloud in combinations that
prioritize applications and processes, businesses can reduce
downtime, their energy footprint and IT overhead, and achieve
maximum efficiency. Thus, with the right planning, organizations can
successfully navigate the array of data center options and achieve
their business objectives without spending resources on unnecessary
data center components.
Organizations looking to better understand different types of data
centers and achieve the greatest service levels, cost efficiency and
business benefits from their infrastructure investments will benefit
from the whitepaper.
GlassHouse executives are immediately available to discuss the
advantages and disadvantages of various data center approaches,
including implementing a tiered strategy that takes full advantage
of in-house, colocation and cloud.
The whitepaper is now available on GlassHouse’s website.
GlassHouse guides customers through the complexities of cloud,
workspace, security and data centers including virtualization and
storage, through vendor-independent consulting and managed services. We
consider the people, processes, policies and technology already in place
then create a customized plan that mitigates downtime, compliance risks
and improves efficiency, driving business rather than technology
outcomes. For more information, visit us at www.glasshouse.com,
visit the GlassHouse
blog for expert commentary on key data center issues, and follow us
on Twitter @GlassHouse_Tech.
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