The decision to consolidate, move or expand your Bandwidth colocation Vietnam is an important part of your IT infrastructure strategy.
It includes assessing soft and hard costs and benefits that associated with owning your data center (DC) and colocation from a provider. Many companies found that offsite colocation with a reliable provider offering an attractive alternative to owning and maintaining their DCs. The below are some benefits of colocation:
Increased power capacity and redundancy
Private DCs can face power capacity challenges, especially when you are upgrading to IT applications which require high density power. Colocation facilities provide permission to access a more robust power-per-square foot ratio than most private DCs and allow companies to make innovations in high density computing. Besides, private centers require backup in the case of a power outage.
Security and data protection
Data breaches have increased continuously and there may be no end in sight. With penalties becoming more expensive and data regulations becoming stricter, a data breach can spell disaster. Colocation facilities are hardened against fire, forced entry, unauthorized access and natural disasters.
Robust, affordable bandwidth
As bandwidth demands increase with more complicated apps, ‘big data’ and cloud computing, colocation has become a more economical choice. Colocation also allows you to maintain service provider diversity and take advantage of volume pricing without having to manage and negotiate multiple contracts and service agreements with IP backbones in the world and benefit from a cost-effective, scalable IP network.
Reliability and uptime
Your business continuity depends on 100% network reliability that can be difficult and costly to maintain in a private DC environment. The providers must offer multiple high quality networking options, so you have the flexibility to choose the ideal solution for your demands in a carrier-neutral setting. Our network configurations are designed to deliver availability and reliability.
24/7 local support
Your IT team has the choice of maintaining their own equipment to supplement management and maintenance of servers and equipment with colocation. The support teams are always ready for resolving all of customer problem 24/7/365.
Business continuity and disaster recovery
Colocating your IT infrastructure creates additional peace of mind in the event of a power outage, natural disaster or other unexpected event that can impact your primary place of business. Colocating can make sure that your offsite servers, equipment and applications will remain operational and available if the unexpected happens.
Reduced IT infrastructure and management costs
Cost savings is one of the biggest benefits of colocation. Many companies found that colocation help them to reduce the cost of IT management. Colocation offers the benefit of a more predictable model rather than trying to keep up with the escalating capital expenses of maintaining building and securing your own DC as cooling and power needs grow. Rather than invest in backup generators, HVAC and UPS units and paying the ongoing expenses which associated with this equipment. Colocation lets you create an ideal DC environment which is scalable to your changing demands.