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Enterprises use those pits that the managed data center can't hide!


Whether an enterprise starts with a moderately deployed local IT infrastructure or uses a public cloud provider's cloud computing services to meet its data and network needs, it will eventually reach a point where its solution is no longer viable. Perhaps it's time for companies to introduce new services, or to strengthen big data analytics by incorporating advanced analytics into their business plans.

In either case, any company that needs to decide whether to extend the best way to operate IT needs to decide whether to build a new on-premise data center or a hosted data center provider. Today's hosted data centers offer a wide range of services that can help companies that want to take their IT infrastructure to the next level. However, some issues must be considered in advance, otherwise they will become pits.

Building and running a private data center solution is a huge investment for the enterprise. In addition to building high land costs for data center facilities, building data centers can cost as much as $200 per square foot. But this is not the case; once the capital construction is completed, there are other cost factors to consider: for example, a fire protection system needs to be installed, in addition to the basic power cables, fiber optics must be laid to provide global Internet connectivity and network access. Not to mention the upfront cost of the cooling system needed to maintain the optimal environment for the data center, cooling facilities can consume up to 40% of the total energy cost of the data center. After these initial capital expenditures are resolved, companies must also meet the needs of deploying data center facility operations personnel and equipment and maintaining infrastructure.

By deploying servers in the same location of data center facilities, companies can convert these upfront capital expenditures into more manageable operating expenses. With hosted data center services, companies don't have to bear the burden of building and managing data center facilities, they can rent data center space and pay only for the power and network connections they need. The overall energy costs of hosted data centers are also often lower because they are more energy efficient than typical on-premise data center facilities. Whether it's an inefficient cooling infrastructure or low server utilization, on-premise data centers typically consume a lot of power without performance improvements. Energy efficient hosted data center facilities can control and reduce these costs.

Strategies for backing up or mitigating disasters are critical to ensuring business continuity. The inability to access data or mission-critical applications is a nightmare for the enterprise. Whether it is due to equipment failure, human error or natural disasters, any form of downtime can cause the company to lose revenue, miss opportunities, and lose brand influence, possibly resulting in Catastrophic consequences. By using a hosted data center as a backup solution, organizations can maintain lifeline services and data availability.

Providing high levels of uptime reliability can be a significant challenge for data centers that lack full-time operations staff and intelligent monitoring resources. With 24/7 on-site remote support, managed service providers can help their customers solve problems faster, minimizing downtime. These facilities also enable the deployment of a Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) platform that provides unprecedented transparency for power and bandwidth usage, enabling customers to further optimize their deployment to ensure reliable and efficient performance.

There is no doubt that cloud computing services will continue to exist, but fewer and fewer companies are entrusting their entire data center infrastructure to public cloud providers. Not surprisingly, as organizations worry about security issues and vendor lock-in, it is not surprising that more and more enterprises are adopting a hybrid cloud architecture that combines unique public and private clouds into a single deployment. Building a private cloud network in an on-premises data solution seems to be the easiest and safest option, but it imposes limitations on network connectivity. As part of a hybrid cloud architecture, gaining access to the public cloud platform on which the enterprise's business depends is often difficult and expensive, making it difficult for the business to scale effectively when the time is right.

The interconnect market for carrier-hosted data center facilities provides all the hybrid cloud deployment options companies may need. By placing servers in such data centers, cross-connects can be leveraged to build a highly secure hybrid cloud environment that connects the enterprise's private cloud network to the extended public platform it already depends on. This arrangement allows companies to maintain control and visibility of assets while ensuring secure, low-latency access to the services they need. Over time, organizations can schedule and adopt other public cloud resources without having to upgrade existing hardware.

Hosted data centers can also help improve the performance of network services. Speed is very important for today's consumers. Whether it's providing digital services or providing content, companies can't afford the delay caused by geographical distance to make customers attracted by competitors. By aligning assets in an edge data center closer to the end user, you can enhance the IoT capabilities and ensure faster network response. With the edge computing architecture, you can overcome the challenges of the [last mile" connection to meet your customers' needs.

In today's IT world, data security is a sensitive topic, especially with the popularity of IoT devices and cloud computing and the expansion of edge computing architectures. With a large number of devices being used in corporate offices, it is becoming more difficult to securely protect physical IT assets. Given the high cost of data breaches, companies value security. The same is true for compliance regulations that specify the processes and protections that must be taken to protect all forms of data. If a corporate data breach can result in high fines and damage to its brand reputation.

High-quality managed data center service providers incorporate security and compliance requirements into their infrastructure and data center operations. Security boundaries and multi-factor authentication often incorporate the latest biometrics to ensure that no one is authorized to access the enterprise's hardware and data. Companies need to conduct frequent compliance audits to continually assess the extent to which data center facilities comply with industry standards for data security controls. With 24/7 on-site security and an experienced team to maintain compliance, hosted data centers can better protect corporate data and brand reputation.

For businesses, determining the location where servers and other hardware are running is an important moment. While companies were once constrained by the enormous cost of building on-premise data centers, today's hosted service providers give them access to networks and infrastructure that were once only available to large enterprises. By working with the right hosted data center service provider, companies can take the first step toward building the data solutions they need today and lay the foundation for future growth.

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