Private cloud storage helps tackle big data
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Companies have more information to handle every day than ever before. These assets are vital to everyday operations, ongoing continuity and meeting government compliance rules. As the depth and complexity of business files continues to grow, so too are cloud storage options straining to keep up with mounting enterprise demands.
As a result, companies are starting to turn toward private deployments that support scalable infrastructure and more easily managed cloud storage capacities. These private deployments are helping firms with the explosive volumes of information they have to handle, Infostor reported. The source stated a study by TheInfoPro and 451 Research showed organizations are moving toward in-house hosted architecture to help increase tiering and automation, as well as exacting more direct control over how information systems are maintained. With more big data piling on enterprise resources all the time, it’s essential that corporations use this kind of technology to help sort, silo and protect files without IT professionals having to personally handle every document.
Wired added that this trend is on the upswing in major commercial enterprises. One such franchise, Disney Interactive, has constructed a massive private cloud storage complex to manage its video game development. The source stated that Disney’s deployment mimics public vendor options like those offered by Amazon but exerts more cloud control by hosting its own environment.