Whitepaper

Getting Started with Bare Metal

An exceptional amount of data is generated through multiple sources in structured and unstructured format in today’s reality. This massive data needs huge provisions in terms of storing and processing. To address the challenges faced due to big data, many businesses are opting for bare metal. Cloud and virtualization solutions are not enough when it comes to scaling storage and provisioning high computing power. Bare metal servers provide efficient computing resources that results in increased performance, scalability, cost optimization, predictability, and complete control over the underlying hardware.
 
This whitepaper will brief us about the bare metal and how it is different and better than servers and cloud technologies. Learn about the benefits of running containers on bare metal servers and the top players in the industry providing bare metal services. Also, experince the ways in which Calsoft helps in maximizing the utilization of resources by assisting companies to manage their bare metal platform migration, right from development to scaling and deployment.

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