Reducing Your Carbon Footprint with Fully-Managed Cloud Services
Companies have learned that by switching to a managed services provider, they can gain flexibility and scalability while simultaneously cutting costs. But what they may not realize is that the cloud not only benefits their business efficiency, but also, their environmental impact. Managing and processing data on local IT resources greatly increases carbon emissions and by moving to a managed services partner, you can reduce your carbon footprint as well as contribute greatly to your sustainability goals.
Leverage Energy Efficient
Energy and cost efficiency are built into Zadara Edge Cloud Services. Secure, multi tenancy enables you to get the most out of your physical footprint. Additionally, deduplication, compression, thin provisioning, and cloning technologies all help to lower power consumption by seeking to occupy the smallest data footprint on disk.
Break Free of Inefficient
Legacy Infrastructure Technologies
Technology innovations and refreshes continually improve upon energy efficient ways to deliver IT resources. Zadara enables you to deliver value to your organization with resources that are deployed once yet benefit from latest technologies with seamless hardware and software upgrades at no extra cost and built-in compatibility with future technologies. As part of our managed services, we keep you up to date with the latest, most efficient technologies (SSDs, HDDs, storage components, etc.) as they are available, without having to wait for a technology refresh cycle.
“Zadara has enabled us to get the performance we need, such as running a higher performance node as we moved to the Virtual Private Storage Arrays (VPSAs),” says Nolan Fluckiger of Ancestry in a recent webinar. “Performance is consistent and with Zadara’s built-in support, we can be more efficient with fewer resources and get the same output.”
Cloud Based Managed Services are all about Efficient Power Usage
The data centers where Zadara equipment sits are designed at scale and built for efficient energy use to achieve optimal utilization and operating temperature. Indeed, many data center and colocation providers have made sustainability a key aspect of their growth strategy. Cloud computing data centers use less wattage to provide back-up power and cooling for their data centers due to superior hardware setup. Additionally, many of these data centers have high standards for clean energy sources and several have stated near term goals for 100% clean renewable sources.