A Non-Virtualized Cloud Option for Performance-Sensitive Workloads
In this report, Frost & Sullivan explores why many organizations are now questioning the virtualized cloud hype and turning to bare-metal cloud for increased application performance.
Bare-metal cloud provides the flexibility and scalability associated with virtualized offers, while eliminating the challenges of virtualized servers, such as the hypervisor tax and “noisy neighbor syndrome.” Frost & Sullivan also evaluates the two leading providers of bare-metal cloud services, Internap and SoftLayer, and their respective bare-metal cloud offerings.
Download the report to learn:
- What is the down side of virtualized clouds?
- What exactly is bare-metal cloud?
- What are the benefits and challenges of bare-metal cloud?
- How do bare-metal clouds from Internap and SoftLayer perform in a head-to-head comparison?