e-book: colocation vs running your own data center
The data center is key in driving business in a modern enterprise today. It is what provides your company with the computing power, storage units and networking resources needed to support a variety of demanding applications and digital services. Historically, enterprises have built, equipped, and operated their own data centers according to needs — both capacity needs and on different geographical locations. Meanwhile, the market for colocation data centers is massively growing — calling for the need to to compare the two options for how to manage your ground-bound infrastructure.
In this e-book, we conduct a comparison between data center colocation vs. running your own data center. We look at pro's and con's and also what to consider if you do decide to work with a colocation partner.