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Why Cloud Computing is Requiring us to Rethink Resiliency at the Edge

by Bobby Salerno on December 11, 2017

The continued growth of Internet of Things (IoT), the rising volume of digital traffic, and the increasing adoption of cloud-based applications are key technology trends that are changing the landscape of data centers.

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Large or extra-large cloud data centers now house many of the critical applications for enterprise businesses that once resided in their on-premise data centers. Not all applications have shifted to the cloud, however, and the reasons are varied – including regulations, company culture, proprietary applications, and latency – just to name a few.
As a result, we’re left with what we refer to in this paper as a “hybrid data center environment”.
That is, an environment consisting of a mix of (1) centralized cloud data centers, (2) regional medium to large data centers, and (3) localized, smaller, onpremise data centers. What once was a 1MW data center on-premise at an enterprise branch location may now consist of a couple of racks of IT equipment running critical applications and/or providing the network connectivity to the cloud. The decreased footprint and capacity of the on-premise data center should not be equated to being lower in criticality. In fact, in many cases, what’s left on-premise becomes more important. Continue to read

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