This new digital workplace depends on these types of latency-sensitive applications and a superior user experience. And that, in turn requires fast, low-latency interconnections among globally dispersed employees, offices, business partners and cloud services.
Virtualization is a topic that has managed to remain on the cutting edge for more than five decades, ever since virtualization technology was applied to software starting in the 1960s.
The announced acquisition of these new data centers and customers will significantly increase the size and sophistication of our enterprise and government ecosystems. Our expanded footprint will offer our customers lower latency, reduced bandwidth costs and increased revenue.
The cloud promises enterprises a lot. Greater cost savings, better performance, an enriched user experience and increased business agility are often cited as the main drivers for cloud adoption. At the same time, many enterprises expect much less from the cloud when it comes to ensuring data safety and compliance.
The theme at last year’s AWS #re:Invent was “the cloud is the new normal.” Here are some highlights from these announcements that I believe will be very exciting for Equinix customers moving forward.
Application developers dream of elegantly designed applications that are loosely coupled and tightly integrated with other services with unlimited application scaling and implementation on-demand. But how can you make these dreams reality?
As the enterprise increasingly adopts cloud, more business-critical applications are moving into cloud environments, and high network performance needs to move there with them – service quality can’t be guaranteed without it. But how can companies ensure they can deliver it?
Here are four lessons learned from working with customers to help them develop and deploy hybrid IT infrastructures.
single, “one size fits all” solution. For example, increased investment to modernize IT is critical, but tight budgets also need to cover growing costs for power, cooling, sustainability and the expert staff to manage the infrastructure.
If you are starting a cloud infrastructure architecture from scratch that is isolated from existing legacy IT, then a greenfield approach allows you to maximize cloud capabilities, while factoring in other objectives like security, performance and cost.