5 Reasons to Directly Connect Your Hybrid Cloud Solution

White paper by CoreSite, published on 11/21/2017

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:

- What′s the best way ? when it comes to security, performance and reliability ? to connect to our clouds?
- 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.

Page Count: 12 pages

Tags: Cloud, CoreSite, Colocation, Construction, Networking

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