Today's world revolves around data; everything we do can be traced back to ones and zeros. And that is convenient as data provides business insights and supports real-time control over critical business processes and operations. On the other hand, we might face a problem as the amount of data has exploded in recent years.
Users generate vast amounts of data; however, it is not just people who produce data. With the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT), more assets and devices are connected to the internet, collecting data on customer usage patterns and product performance. With the rise of machine learning, even more data is being generated. This makes traditional data centre infrastructures no longer sufficient.