The Data Center Isn’t Dying; It’s Becoming Repurposed, More Powerful and Versatile
Flashy headlines aside, data centers are driven by increasing complexity of technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things (IoT), edge services, and with that, comes the natural need for the data center to evolve accordingly.
More and more enterprises are discovering that their on-premises data center infrastructure has no strategic value for the company.
As on-premises infrastructure models shift to off-premises models, enterprises are weighing the options of managing all IT infrastructures themselves in-house or outsourcing and pushing workloads to the cloud or colocation. IT strategies are now based on workload placement. Factors such as compliance, data sovereignty, data latency and other key business requirements help enterprises determine whether applications should reside on-premises, in the cloud, at the edge, and so on.
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