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Deployments must be selected and match the configuration of the supporting footprints. It is common for multiple footprints to be deployed in different zones because it’s the optimal way to support the demands of the digital workplace successfully.
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So far in our digital workplace series, we outlined how classic infrastructures need to evolve into a decentralized infrastructure to support a digital workplace. We also took a deep-dive into the importance of infrastructure workflows and identifying workload participants in the digital workplace. Today, we’ll complement those insights by mapping workloads and deploying a fit for purpose footprint.
In addition to the high quality and redundancy of the infrastructure, the data centers offer excellence in connectivity, with a dedicated fiber optic network or connection with carriers.
Located in the Campinas Metro Area, one of the largest technology hubs in Brazil, the city of
Sumaré is home to an Ascenty Data Center Campus.
The São Paulo Campus has an unique advantage: it is home to Brazil’s newest
NAP (Network Access Point).
Data gravity is the single biggest challenge facing companies today. It adds complexity to business processes and prevents companies from having the flexibility and agility needed to transform digitally. To break through the barriers caused by data gravity, businesses need a modernized infrastructure that supports the influx of data from a number of users, locations, clouds, and networks.