We partner with you to create cloud ready infrastructure.
Migrating to the cloud is an increasingly attractive option. Cloud deployments offer a host of potential benefits, including reduced costs, simpler implementation and maintenance as well as improved business agility.
Many companies are in the planning stages of cloud deployment. As they move forward with cloud projects data center managers are discovering that migrating to the cloud is not as simple as initially thought.
The cloud reduces the amount of computing hardware a company needs for its data center, but many fail to consider that the cloud requires a robust physical infrastructure to maximize benefits. Many executives are discovering they did not focus enough on physical infrastructure design prior to the move to the cloud. This can jeopardize cloud deployments before they begin.
Private cloud: The cloud infrastructure is operated solely for an organization. It may be managed by the organization or a third party and may be on premises or off premises.
Creating a private cloud presents many challenges, including maintaining bandwidth availability and real-time visibility into your data center processes and documentation. Panduit can offer you a pre-configured or customized solution based on your needs after a thorough assessment.
Public cloud: The cloud infrastructure is made available to the general public or a large industry group and is owned by an organization selling cloud services.
Whether you decide to deploy a private, a public, or a hybrid cloud strategy, Panduit will work with you to develop an optimized solution that addresses such challenges as:
High Speed Data Transport (HSDT) solutions enable migration to OM4 Fiber and Cat6A or SFP+ Copper to increase bandwidth availability from 10G to 40G to 100G Ethernet to support current and future technologies
design services help match new configurations. Designs anticipate growth and include pathways that can easily be installed/reconfigured to add capacity
High density server deployments —
Physical Infrastructure Manager™ (PIM™) software platform and
PViQ™ Power Outlet Units offer real-time monitoring of power usage and thermal conditions to enable workload management and avoid power and cooling definiciences.