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A computer and associated software that control a central repository of data, files and/or applications which can be accessed and/or manipulated in some way by client computers.
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Its recent billion dollar investment in a North Carolina cloud datacenter speaks loudly about its future ambitions.
A professionally managed cloud datacenter with multiple levels of redundancy will almost certainly provide a higher level of uptime, better security, and more transparency about both than an on-premise datacenter.
Furthermore, the Cloud Datacenter allows a maximum of flexibility and scalability.
The SSEC covers cloud datacenter management and data load planning, container-based computer specifications, and cloud datacenter management guidelines and paradigms.
Hyperconvergence combines highly reliable server platforms with state-of-the-art software to build private cloud datacenters that match the agility, scalability and fractional consumption of public clouds.
The support for OpenStack means our products can be easily integrated into the cloud datacenters, and users can be benefit from the compatibility, flexibility and scalability Infortrend storage systems provide," said senior product planning director Thomas Kao at Infortrend.
The projects themselves have a significant business value for Rapid Compute and its strategy to provide multiple cloud datacenters to its customers.
In particular, the major hyperscale cloud datacenters are planning to adopt 100Gb at scale starting in 2015.
The Nuage Networks SDN solution provides network virtualization and automation that transforms OVH's cloud datacenters into flexible environments that instantaneously establish the network services required for a given application in accordance with established enterprise policies.
This technology can increase effective data-transfer rates by 10 times without the added cost of network upgrades, and can boost transfer speeds in a wide range of network environments between cloud datacenters and end-user equipment.
Storage infrastructure demands are growing, from I/O intensive applications to cloud datacenters and virtualized server environments," said Bill Wuertz, senior vice president and general manager, RAID Storage Division, LSI.
Over the past few years, demand for data communication between servers in cloud datacenters has been growing exponentially, following strong growth in social networking, cloud computing and big data applications.