A Tale of Two Data Center Strategies: Hyperconverged vs Composable

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It’s the best of times, it’s the worst of times; it’s the age of new converged technologies, it’s the age of tightening IT budgets.

Figuring out how to minimize the data center footprint, protecting data, driving down costs without sacrificing performance or resiliency; the largest initiative IT administrators are undertaking today is setting up infrastructure to help support business outcomes. This drive comes from the outstanding business need to turn ideas into value faster than the competition.

In this podcast, we discuss how IT organizations can keep core legacy systems up and running while integrating new technologies to support business goals.

Listen to this episode to learn:

  • The advantages of hyper-connected enterprise
  • The difference between hyperconverged systems and composable infrastructure
  • How bringing together compute, storage and networking into a single platform can boost business
  • How to choose the right mix of converged technologies for you

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