The cloud computing landscape has provided decision-makers with new opportunities to expand and improve operations for a fraction of the price the same projects would have cost using legacy hardware and software.
Despite the many models of the cloud, Infrastructure as a Service is one of the most commonly deployed technologies because of its ability to reinvent the data center and give organizations of all sizes the opportunity to augment operations on a number of levels.
While digitization trends are making it easier for companies to carry out mission-critical tasks more efficiently, they are consuming more energy than ever before, introducing new costs and environmental obligations to decision-makers around the world.
When public cloud computing first emerged, many decision-makers recognized the environment as a way to host a number of applications they didn't really care for, freeing up internal space. Today, businesses are recognizing the true underlying potential of using a cloud environment.