Datacenter outsourcing:
opportunities on the rise
Anish Upadhyay,
Country Head, India,
Telstra Global
Service providers, app developers, partners and end-users are combining
to create unique applications to serve niche audie...
COLOCATION IS
NOT USUALLY A
SOURCE OF
COMPETITIVE
ADVANTAGE
For most organisations it represents a
supporting function rat...
THANK YOU
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NASSCOM Infrastructure Management Summit 2013 - Datacenter outsourcing: opportunities on the rise

  1. 1. Datacenter outsourcing: opportunities on the rise Anish Upadhyay, Country Head, India, Telstra Global
  2. 2. Service providers, app developers, partners and end-users are combining to create unique applications to serve niche audiences amongst 19Bn mobile devices1 Growing Ecosystems By 2016 monthly Global Mobile Data Traffic will reach 10 Exabyte's with mobile video growth constituting 70% of total mobile data traffic1 Data boom driven by mobile TRENDS DRIVING THE GROWTH OF COLOCATION SERVICES Growth in Cloud computing ASEAN + HK Cloud capacity due to rise by 37% (CAGR) by 2015. This is driving the need for new, highly resilient, secure data centres in Asian markets2 Growth in outsourcing Driven by Cloud, Gartner says more than 50% of data centres to incorporate high-density zones by 2015 (up from 10% in 2010)3 Gartner recently concluded many organizations face shortages of space, power and/or cooling in their data centers4 Source 1 Cisco VNI: Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast Update, 2011–2016 2 PWC IDC, PWC market sizing. ASEAN + HK 3 Gartner press release, STAMFORD, Conn., March 2, 2011 4 Gartner, “Technology Overview: Data Center Co-location Services” by Douglas Toombs, Bob Gill, published; 21 September 2012
  3. 3. COLOCATION IS NOT USUALLY A SOURCE OF COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE For most organisations it represents a supporting function rather than a true business differentiator. DATA CENTRES DIFFER IN DESIGN AND QUALITY Complexities of data centre technologies mean it’s sometimes difficult to differentiate between providers on: • Power, cooling and facility design • Connectivity options • Facility access and security • Supporting services LEGACY EQUIPMENT MUST BE MANAGED Existing data centre footprint and legacy infrastructure must be considered and managed appropriately SUPPORTING DATA GROWTH CAN BE DIFFICULT CIOs are faced with multiple hosting delivery models: • Hosted on-premise vs. service provider facility • Colocation vs. dedicated hosting vs. virtualised hosting vs. cloud hosting • Secondary sites for business continuity GEOGRAPHIC COVERAGE & APPLICATION LATENCY Application latency impacts user experience and must be considered in relation to the data centre’s location. Regulations and data governance can also determine where data can be hosted. WHEN CONSIDERING COLOCATION SERVICES COMMON CIO CHALLENGES
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