Cloud provides the foundation for a cost-effective and successful IT Transformation.
Get the agility, scalability and efficiency of the public cloud, with the greater levels of control and security of a single-tenant, dedicated environment. It can be hosted on-site at your own data center or at a service provider’s data center.
It may sound like an oxymoron, but building a private cloud can offer a lot of the benefits of a pubic cloud infrastructure. First and foremost, transforming your data center into a private cloud makes your IT more agile and helps to reduce costs while preparing your infrastructure to seamlessly interoperate with public cloud. All of which makes the transition to hybrid cloud far easier.
What is a Private Cloud?
While almost all data centers today are built using commodity computing resources in combination with a SAN environment running hypervisors such as Hyper-V or ESX, only a few offer the functionality that you get from Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Azure. Azure and AWS not only run virtual workloads, they also allow for the creation of containers that have their own network infrastructure. These can be connected to other containers through definitions created in the console. Workloads can be load balanced and secured using integrated load balancers and firewalls. Storage can be selected based on how fast data needs to be accessed and for what purpose.
The management system not only controls your workloads and where they are stored, but also controls the configuration of the underlying network.
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How can Infradata help?
Infradata has 13 years of experience in building public and private data centres and carrier WAN solutions. Our hosting experience and relationships mean that we have the know-how to build your private cloud infrastructure. We design and implement your computing, storage and network infrastructure, linking it together with a management platform that controls these three elements and acts as an interface for self-provisioning workloads.