Recent years have seen a fundamental shift in the way data centers are being deployed and managed by enterprises and hosted service providers. One trend in particular has disrupted traditional approaches to data center administration – the growing adoption of private and public clouds.
Private Cloud Bring the scale-out model of the computing world to storage
The astronomical growth of data in enterprises is one of the biggest challenges facing IT administrators in recent years. In order to deal with this unfettered data growth, enterprises are increasingly adopting data center-scale private cloud architectures for the flexibility, simplicity and economy of scale they offer.
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Public Cloud Public cloud infrastructure is about cost, scalability and flexibility
Cloud service providers are rapidly expanding their capabilities to offer a wider range of hosted IT options from co-location to self-service public cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS). This shift is accompanied by wider and more informed adoption by enterprise customers. IT customers expect to realize lower total cost of ownership, scalability and flexibility by deploying their applications in the cloud.
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