Turn Your Data Center into Your Very Own Public Cloud
Sanjay Jagad, Sr. Manager, Product Marketing, Cohodata; Suzy Visvanathan, Director, Product Management, Cohodata
Companies are actively looking to transform their highly virtualized data center into a dynamic on-premise private cloud that offers the same benefits as the public cloud. Today’s dedicated infrastructure offerings fail to address the growing demands and higher service levels needed for today’s applications. They lack the advanced capabilities like elastic scale, flexibility, management automation, and usage-based tracking to deliver IT as a Service (ITaaS) for their tenants. A modern dynamic data center necessitates the need for a modern software-defined infrastructure. An infrastructure that can be dynamically provisioned across a pool of compute, network and storage resources, thus reducing and eliminating the planning and complexity associated with application sizing, provides much more flexibility and allows for future proofing and investment protection.
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For companies considering whether or not to use the public cloud versus staying with or building their own data center, there are three primary factors affecting their decision: business needs, data security and total cost of operations (CAPEX/OPEX).