VMs, or virtualization cloud may sound fancy but there’s a newer and better way to use the cloud. Cloud services for businesses are essential components, but you might be wasting money by not migrating to a bare-metal configuration.
Saves You Time and are Low Latency
Bare metal servers are supported by hardware architecture that deliver optimum performance all the time.
Bare metal cloud are becoming more and more popular among enterprises as they deliver some of the lowest latency cloud services, a factor that can make or break your company’s performance. You get access to the speed that not only saves you and your employees time but money as well.
More than that, pre-configured instance environments make short work of automation tasks that will normally take half an hour or so. In just a few minutes and several mouse clicks, your cloud is ready to go.
In a VM setup, scores of cloud servers are grouped together, which make them more vulnerable to hacking and attacks from external sources. Bare-metal servers on the other hand occupy a single space in an operating system, which makes it more stable, nimble and still enjoy a stronger resistance to hacking and malicious interference.
The nature of bare metal servers allow you to set up a small server platform quickly without limiting the scalability, which you may need as your company grows. Bare-metals are in fact just as scalable as their VM counterparts, and switching from VM to bare metal won’t be a compromise. A single API call or button click adjusts your server resources as needed while providing data and price flexibility.
Better Big Data Analysis
Faster processing power, lower latency and improved security make bare-metal servers the clear choice. Big data runs smoother compared to VM cloud. Analysis can be done faster and with less problems likely to come up. In turn, your staff can make better predictions and help the business accordingly.