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Future Proofing the Data Center: A New Architecture for Innovation and Investment

White Paper Published By: Juniper Networks
Juniper Networks
Published:  Oct 20, 2015
Type:  White Paper
Length:  9 pages

Our concept of the corporate data center is changing rapidly. On-premise data centers are often supplemented with public cloud capacity. Flexibly delivering applications internally, to partners, and to customers, across the world is becoming more critical to the organization. Modern data centers are “application centers,” with distributed facilities to ensure rock-solid reliability and availability. Rapidly deploying and easily managing applications has administrators moving to DevOps models where developers and operators work in concert to deliver software via the Web faster and more cost-effectively than ever before.

The term agility is no longer just a developer buzzword. It is very much a characteristic of the modern data center as operators are looking to build out network infrastructure that can accommodate new ways of doing business. At the same time, operators are struggling to meet current enterprise needs for exceptional performance and reliability while making strategic investments that will support future innovation. This paper will explore ways that carrier-class routers, previously the domain of telecommunications service providers, can help future-proof data center infrastructure while dramatically improving application delivery, availability, and manageability right now.



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juniper, data center, innovation, investment, routers, infrstructure, it management, enterprise applications