For organizations that desire to retain ownership and control of the compute, storage and network equipment, co-location is a critical IT infrastructure solution.
However, traditional co-location typically lacks the transparency, automation and flexibility inherent in cloud services, making it difficult to gain a holistic view of the environment or to easily address certain use cases (such as scale-out web applications or “bursty” and unpredictable workloads).
To solve these challenges, co-located enterprises should now consider an “all-cloud” strategy, right? Not quite. Cloud solutions are not appropriate for every application or workload type, especially if latency, security or uptime is of utmost concern.
So is it possible to have the best of both worlds — the control and reliability offered by co-location and the visibility and flexibility of cloud?
Join Internap on Wednesday, June 5, for a complimentary webcast in which we’ll explore how you can leverage cloud and co-location hybridization for your IT infrastructure.
Attend this webcast to learn:
• Advantages of both co-location and cloud solutions
• How hybridization of the cloud and co-location can result in improved visibility and flexibility for your IT infrastructure
• Real-world use cases in which colocation and cloud efficiently work together
Register for the live webcast
Hybridization: shattering silos between cloud and co-location
Wednesday, June 5, 2013, at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT