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5 Reasons to Directly Connect Your Hybrid Cloud Solution

White Paper Published By: CoreSite
CoreSite
Published:  Nov 21, 2017
Type:  White Paper
Length:  12 pages

While the use of third-party cloud services is becoming the model of choice, business units and IT organizations still rely heavily on on-premises or colocation-hosted clouds. But a new approach is gaining popularity for the hybrid cloud solution.

The problem is that spreading core business services, application development and data across a hybrid cloud environment multiplies complexity – for security, infrastructure reliability and resiliency, vendor management, application visibility – and creates a new level of pressure and possibilities for digital business.

It also raises two fundamental questions for enterprises committed to hybrid IT:

  1. What’s the best way – when it comes to security, performance and reliability – to connect to our clouds?
  2. How do we control costs for data transfer and networking?

Global spending on big data solutions via cloud subscriptions will grow almost 7.5 times faster than on-premises subscriptions between now and 2021. And by 2021, new data center buildouts by service providers are predicted to outpace enterprise build outs by 2.5 to 1.

In this e-book, we’ll introduce you to a solution many enterprises are adopting – direct interconnect to cloud providers within a colocation facility – and discuss the potential cost and performance advantages this option for streamlining hybrid IT connectivity can create.



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coresite, cloud computing, hybrid cloud, security performance, it connectivity, infrastructure, internetworking hardware, colocation and web hosting