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Data-Intensive Workloads

Cloud computing spawned new technologies that have shifted how we consume, analyze and share information. Many organizations rely on virtualized public cloud because of its cost efficiency, elasticity and scalability. Even with the layer of abstraction and competition of resources, this environment is more than suitable for a variety of applications.

Data-Intensive Workloads

Many companies now thrive on processing and analyzing large amounts of data in real time. From ad tech companies competing for advertising space, retailers handling huge traffic spikes during peak periods and gaming companies depending on application performance to survive in their space, these and many other industries depend on an environment that can store, analyze and deliver trillions of complex data sets in real time.

Virtualized public clouds struggle to perform because of their inefficient use of physical resources. Handling this sheer volume on a consistent level in a virtualized environment can put your application’s survival at risk and any significant performance delay could cost millions in losses, or even a company’s demise.

High Performance with Bare Metal Cloud

Bare Metal Cloud is dedicated, physical hardware that does not include an operating system or any software.

Bare Metal Cloud is essentially a “bare bones” server that can be configured to best fit the needs of your application and your workload, while providing you with up to 8x better performance compared to a similar virtualized public cloud.

Especially in the world of big data, the performance factor of a virtualized public cloud pales in comparison to that of Bare Metal Cloud. Organizations are looking to include a Bare Metal Cloud solution into their infrastructure, providing them with a cloud ecosystem that contains the best of both worlds.

Benefits of Bare Metal Cloud:

  • With the single-tenant design of bare metal cloud you avoid competing with other tenants for the server’s resources.
  • Since you are not located on a shared server, you don’t have to deal with issues like oversubscription or “noisy neighbors”, which can restrict disk I/O or data throughput for data-intensive workloads.
  • Also, bare-metal cloud servers are not virtualized and do not have a hypervisor layer. This provides your application with direct access to the hardware, and therefore drives better performance than virtual cloud instances.

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