It’s no secret cloud computing is the biggest player in ridding the IT field of complexity and agility issues. But building your private cloud right is key in securing your apps and data, increasing performance, and scaling effortlessly.
So, what exactly makes up the DNA of a private cloud?
Traditional IT infrastructure is too complex and siloed to create a modern, high-performing private cloud. Hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) combines compute and storage on each node and includes powerful capabilities like:
Simplified capacity planning
Reduced management overhead
Many enterprises choose a private cloud for its security features, but there are several important steps you can take to up your cloud’s security posture even more, such as:
Building security into your service catalog
Adding auditing and automation
Like all clouds, a private cloud has diverse, unique storage needs that are significantly harder to meet with traditional IT infrastructure. With hyperconvergence, you can:
Integrate file, block, and object storage in one platform
Eliminate SAN and separate storage arrays
Accommodate and access cold data
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