For organizations relying on latency-sensitive technology to grow or stay competitive, interconnected colocation enables the fastest processing speeds with its local connectivity as well as its ability access cloud on-ramps.
Organizations are increasingly leveraging containers for their high degree of configuration flexibility and agility, empowering them to rapidly adapt to market trends and customer demands. However, not all data centers are equipped to handle containers. In order to support highly agile container configurations, businesses need state-of-the-art colocation facilities that guarantee the highest levels of bandwidth
Hybrid cloud architectures integrate private clouds and third-party public clouds, with each one handling different workloads and processes. This gives organizations the ability to move workloads between private and public clouds as needed, providing greater flexibility and agility.
Running microservices at the edge - the periphery of the network - significantly decreases microservice latency. Edge computing makes microservice architectures more efficient by removing data processing from a centralized core and placing it as close as possible to users.