With the cloud computing proliferation, organizations and companies in the IT sector may think that physical infrastructure no longer interest anyone. But that is not the case. In fact, another growing trend, edge computing helps restore physical infrastructure.
While public cloud development continues, it is becoming a key part of a new hybrid ecosystem cloud.
Another key part of this system is edge computing, which is becoming increasingly important due to technologies such as Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI). These new innovations in technology require practically direct data processing.
The answer to these needs is the infrastructure, but it must be done differently. Procurement and infrastructure development - like a traditional data center - can take months or even years, which could not meet the high demand of the IoT nature and the need for fast and efficient deployment of applications and services.
This period, which usually takes three to four months, needs to be reduced in a few days, and the only infrastructure that can be developed in the meantime is a smart, compact, compact data center equipped with all the necessary components.
Such devices do not require the complexity or highly specialized architecture and design of traditional data centers.
Experts seem to agree that this type of infrastructure will become more popular. The modular infrastructure or microcomputer centers have the necessary place in the new data center ecosystem needed to run the applications and digital services of the future.
As information technology becomes more and more favorable, the partners have taken on a more advisory role to customers. Part of this role should be the way they structure their data centers.
While the cloud has become a vital part of many partners' offerings, they need to be able to demonstrate the value of an integrated, hybrid cloud environment that could integrate into the cloud - both public and private - traditional IT infrastructure and the edge.