Three Ways Atlantis HyperScale Transforms Remote Data Center Experience
Remote data centers take many forms such as remote offices, branch offices or micro-datacenters. While remote offices or branch offices are small deployments such as bank branches, retail store or medical office, micro-data centers are relatively larger deployments such as factories, oil rigs or ships.
Notwithstanding the form they take, these remote data centers have common challenges and requirements.
Let’s look at each of these challenges and requirements for a bit:
- Complex Deployment & Management – Building solutions using discrete server, storage, networking and virtualization technologies is too time consuming, complex and costly. With limited IT staffing and multi-site deployments, organizations need pre-packaged integrated solutions that can be deployed quickly and managed from a central location.
- Inefficient Data Protection – Remote data centers run line of business applications that need to be available at all times. A system down situation is time consuming and costly to resolve. In addition, current solutions require disproportionate amount of spare infrastructure to be deployed, increasing total cost of ownership.
- Total Cost Of Ownership – While storage and compute requirements are going up, budgets are staying flat or declining. Organizations need to do more with less while satisfying the business requirements of their customers. This means managing with fewer people, use less power, consolidate space and cooling.
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