Like their name implies, content delivery networks (CDNs) are purpose-built to deliver content. But over many years, they’ve evolved from simply caching static content closer to users to distributing rich media, streaming video, delivering software, balancing traffic loads, accelerating application delivering and supporting SSL.
As you embrace web and mobile applications, IoT and Big Data, you need to look at new IT infrastructure – often deciding between bare metal servers or a virtualized environment. In this blog post, we’ll review the advantages and disadvantages of each.
Having a game plan to address unplanned disruptions such as data breaches and cyberattacks is table stakes. You must also account for planned disruptions that occur as your business grows. Learn why disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) is a cost-effective way to ensure uninterrupted computing.
Ready to get out of the data center business? You’re not alone. Many companies are wasting valuable time managing outdated infrastructure instead of focusing on the strategic initiatives that will help grow their businesses. A custom colocation solution can help. Here are six reasons to outsource your data center.
Public cloud services from companies like Amazon Web Services and Azure have allowed businesses to rapidly deploy applications at low costs. However, they’ve also given IT leaders (and their CFOs) a serious case of sticker shock. If your monthly public cloud bill leaves you wondering why your costs are so high, read on to learn about some common “gotchas” to avoid.