Extensive planning fosters hybrid data center success

Extensive planning fosters hybrid data center success

Extensive planning fosters hybrid data center success

Date: Sep 13, 2013

Traditional data centers deal in server racks and cabinets, but a hybrid data center involves both in-house servers and outsourced services such as Software as a Service or Platform as a Service.

Diving into a hybrid data center scheme without planning and scope – determining how much you want to outsource -- is a sure path to frustration. In this video from the Modern Infrastructure Decisions conference, Craig McFarlane, chief technology officer and co-founder of Transitional Data Services, talks with Christine Cignoli, managing editor of TechTarget's Modern Infrastructure magazine, about taking advantage of hybrid data centers that use modern infrastructure.

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