APPLICATION INFRASTRUCTURE

Aging Data Centers and Why Enterprises Shouldn’t Retrofit Them

June 15, 2022

Aging Data Centers and Why Enterprises Shouldn’t Retrofit Them
Data creation, consumption, and the need to store and process it may have no foreseeable end, but a data center facility has a closing date. Data centers can last 20 to 30 years, but its economically productive lifespan often caps at 10-15 years. Too often, enterprises attempt to squeeze as much life out of their data centers as possible despite drawbacks.

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KAYGEN, Inc.

Kaygen Inc., is an award winning global business services and technology solutions provider enabling organizations to leverage their data as a strategic asset. Our data-driven solutions enable clients to effectively utilize their Enterprise data from the shop floor to the boardroom empowering them to make the right decisions to maximize productivity, and profitability.

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The Evolution of Software to Measure and Manage the Data Center

whitePaper | June 29, 2022

In a growing connected economy, new demands require modern organizations to rethink how they effectively manage their data center environment. Beyond new requirements around the cloud, architectures around edge computing are also placing new strains on business and technology leaders. In a world of constant connectivity performance, efficiency, uptime, and infrastructure visibility take center stage as leaders make decisions around their digital infrastructure.

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Migration Strategies for the Core Infrastructure of Telco Operators

whitePaper | March 3, 2020

As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to expand, operators are considering network migration to meet this growing demand. As a result, the NFV/SDN market is growing considerably, with Ovum estimating that the market will reach $48.2 billion in 2023. There are undoubtedly many benefits to network migration, including:

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The Gorilla Guide to Converged Infrastructure

whitePaper | January 7, 2020

Discover the Power of Converged Infrastructure and learn how Converged and Hyperconverged Infrastructure Compare and Contrast. The more automated the delivery of the right storage to the right data, and the delivery of the right protection, preservation and privacy services to the right data, the more appropriate the infrastructure option is. This was supposedly what the storage vendors were working on when the SAN world was disrupted by the virtual server crowd. Converged Infrastructure is intent on returning us to that course. The purpose of this guide is to provide the IT planner or server administrator with background information that will assist them as they consider alternatives for hosting their mission-critical workloads and their data.

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Making the Case for Edge Data Centers

whitePaper | December 22, 2019

This white paper examines the latest trends in the broadband and video space, examines their implications for cable operators and other CSPs and explores what providers can do to overcome the challenges presented by the growing traffic bottlenecks. Download the new white paper from EdgeConneX that focuses on the use of localized Edge Data Centers®, rather than the standard large, centralized data centers in far-off locations, to deliver bandwidth-intensive content and latency-sensitive applications actions closer to end users.

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5G European Annual Journal 2021

whitePaper | May 26, 2021

What a year! COVID-19 is a tremendous challenge for all people on the planet and has also impacted our constituency. First, personally – I hope all colleagues involved in the programme as well as their families are in good health.

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Cisco ACI and F5 BIG-IP Design Guide

whitePaper | May 12, 2022

The document discusses load balancer design considerations and deployment options in Cisco ACI, specifically with F5 BIG-IP from three aspects: network design, F5 design, and multi-tenant design. This document covers features up to Cisco ACI Release 5.2. One of the key considerations of the network design with load balancer is to ensure incoming and return traffic go through the same load balancer (one exception is direct server return (DSR), which doesn't have this requirement). There are various options you can use to insert the load balancer. One way is to use the load balancer as a gateway for servers or as a routing next hop for routing instances. Another option is to use Source Network Address Translation (SNAT) on the load balancer or use ACI Policy-Based Redirect (PBR) to make the return traffic go back to the load balancer.

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KAYGEN, Inc.

Kaygen Inc., is an award winning global business services and technology solutions provider enabling organizations to leverage their data as a strategic asset. Our data-driven solutions enable clients to effectively utilize their Enterprise data from the shop floor to the boardroom empowering them to make the right decisions to maximize productivity, and profitability.

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