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Why the wrong colocation strategy can compromise your cloud investment

  • 6 February 2018
  • Gareth Cleeves
  • Cloud Services
  • Managed Services
  • Data Centre

Cloud isn’t an all-or-nothing proposition – there are many options to consider such as whether to run core applications in-house, with a colocation provider, with a server host, or fully in the cloud. Finding the right combination of models depends on the unique characteristics of the business, as well as on your short-term and long-term growth goa...

Cloud’s earliest adopters were told - and sold - the benefits of shifting most of their workloads into a single cloud platform. But it is fair to say many enterprises now would be wary or uncomfortable with that degree of lock-in, not least because of the difficulties involved in moving everything in.

Deploying a multi-site Direct Connection solution traditionally involves multiple parties across the data centre, network and infrastructure. By leveraging flexible colocation offerings in Sydney and in Melbourne, combined with diverse inter-data centre network connectivity options, you can reap a range of benefits.

Why Composable Infrastructure and Why HPE?

There’s no better time to move to Composable Infrastructure with the platform HPE Synergy. HPE has built Composable Infrastructure to bridge traditional and new IT, and will provide you with the agility, speed, and near-continuous delivery that are needed for today’s applications. Here are five reasons to move to Composable Infrastructure with HPE.

You already know colocation is a great way to save yourself the headaches of providing top-tier communications, cooling, power conditioning and the other things that a modern data centre needs. But what do you do when you need to reroute a network cable, physically restart a server or hot-swap a failed hard drive?