Updating the Enterprise Data Center
October 10, 2023
The enterprise data center is alive and well, but must embrace some of the characteristics of cloud computing to meet modern demands
Despite speculation that data centers are a dying breed, on-premises centers continue to grow and evolve. In the upcoming years, enterprises are expected to increase their number of on-premises locations and transition to a more cloud-focused infrastructure. To truly utilize the capabilities of the cloud, they must also implement a cloud-like experience for their on-premises data centers and improve their public cloud connections. This means that the future of the data center looks quite different from the present.
Enterprises in the midst of modernizing their application infrastructure and migrating to the cloud are increasingly realizing they also need a cloud-like experience for on-premises data centers. They also need improved public cloud connectivity that includes consumption-based procurement models.
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Updating the Enterprise
October 10, 2023
Dr. Umaima Haider
CIOs, CTOs, MDs, Heads, EVPs, SVPs, VPs, Directors, Managers, Advisors, Partners and Consultants within:
IT / IT Architecture / IT Infrastructure
Software Engineering / Data Engineering
Data Analytics & Strategy / Data Center Operations
AI Automation / Machine Learning
Data Architecture / Data Security
Network Development / Network Operations
Project & Product Management
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