Colocation and Cloud Adjacency Can Simplify the New Enterprise Network
The modern enterprise has become a distributed entity. Many enterprise workloads have moved to the cloud – with
most companies using two or more public clouds – as well as software-as-a-service platforms, which represent another type of cloud. On-premises workloads still factor into the mix, as most enterprises are pursuing a hybrid cloud
strategy: part public cloud, part privately controlled infrastructure. This means, however, that some mission-critical
tasks are being trusted to infrastructure that has become invisible, spinning up on servers owned by someone else
and running, unseen, in distant datacenters.
Learn how colocation and cloud adjacency can help you take back control in your enterprise network.
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