UK-based XTREME DB SYSTEMS sets up new office in Dubai

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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UK-based data center and cloud specialist, XTREME DB SYSTEMS (XDS) has established a new office in Dubai.

XTREME DB SYSTEMS is currently engaged with financial services in the UAE, supporting customers to reimagine their data center and support the drive to a new colocation or deploy to Microsoft Azure or Amazon Web Services.

XTREME DB SYSTEMS chose Equinix-based at the Dubai Production Zone for data center colocation with dedicated connections to Microsoft Azure & Amazon Web Services.

As enterprise infrastructure moves toward cloud-distributed application delivery, the data center itself is being transformed.

According to the statement, “C-Level executives must transition to a hybrid model mindset where the presence of an on-premises data center is no longer the primary driver for infrastructure decisions.”

On-premises data centers may have once been the standard means of deploying IT resources and applications, but today’s companies have a much wider range of options available to them.

Colocation data centers and public cloud platforms are compelling alternatives for organizations that lack the capital resources to build and maintain their own facilities. Even larger enterprises that have long operated an on-premise data center are turning to other options.

XTREME DB SYSTEMS not only supports data center transformation but also database and operating system upgrades.  Most customers either manage Oracle, SAP-Sybase, or MS-SQL database environments which require dedicated database administrators to manage data workloads, optimization, weekend maintenance, and software upgrades.

“All three database vendors will send end-of-life notifications however organizations sweat out the current version which has now become security debt.  This impacts internal & external audits in particular if your trading in financial services,” as per the statement.

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