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Managing Infrastructure Capacity Scalability for Hybrid Computing

 

Data center capacity expansions over the next two years will come primarily from colocation and cloud hosting or by adding compute capacity without any physical expansion, according to the Vertiv Colocation Data Center Usage Report. As companies embrace hybrid computing strategies, they will need flexibility in scaling physical infrastructure capacity across different data center environments.

Data Center Knowledge contributor Bill Kleyman and Peter Panfil, Vice President, Global Power, for Vertiv share new perspectives on managing capacity to improve your SLAs, reduce costs and support future growth, whether in the enterprise or in outsourced environments.


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