Designing the next-generation, intelligent, software-defined data center requires experience and knowledge of scalable, high-density infrastructure; efficiencies around power, space and cooling; data center infrastructure management (DCIM) and more. Data centers have changed a lot in recent years as technology has improved and increased server density. Several factors like blade servers, virtualization, the demands of cloud computing and big data have, and continue to play a role. These next-generation data centers must be engineered from the ground up to meet not only the current needs of cloud and virtualized deployments, but also be able to scale for the future.
Your business also needs a data center provider with colocation services that will allow your business to scale your cloud applications and virtualized environments across a broad, geographically dispersed area for continued growth. In addition, it is crucial that these data centers be carrier neutral and offer the level of carrier choice and Internet redundancy to support the uptime customer’s demand. Choosing the right data center provider plays an important role in the overall success of your business.
Of course, even a state-of-the-art data center can’t run on its own. A 24/7 experienced and certified technical staff is required to operate, pro-actively monitor, resolve issues, and support customers.
At vXchnge, we are developing and operating the next-generation, intelligent, software-defined data centers. These data centers are designed for performance and deliver energy efficient, high-density infrastructures with a choice of carriers. Leveraging our data centers as an extension of your own, your company can scale services to fit your needs of today and the demands of tomorrow.
The vXchnge blog will give you up-to-date, valuable information about the latest trends in data center design, cloud infrastructure, managed data center services, DCIM, Software Defined Networking, and more, so you can stay up-to-date with evolving trends. It will also feature technology discussions and topics, that will help your business become more efficient as you plan ahead.
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