What digital transformation means for your data center infrastructure

Quantifying Datacenter Inefficiency: Making the Case for Composable Infrastructure


Digital transformation is the term being used to describe the efforts organizations are going through to make the transition from the current generation of technology to the next generation.

What this boils down to is hosting both current-gen applications alongside next-gen apps. In most data centers, this is akin to a dangerous tightrope walk; you can't compensate too heavily toward one side or the other without falling off.

This white paper is your guide to optimizing your data center infrastructure to best handle this workload. Inside, you will examine the state of IT infrastructure and operations and why composable infrastructure is capable of pulling off this balancing act.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise
29 Aug 2017
31 Mar 2017
30 Page(s)
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