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Data Center Convergence: The All-In-One I.T. Infrastructure

Published By: CDW
CDW
Published:  Jun 08, 2015
Length:  8 pages

Data centers are feeling the pinch of uncontrolled internal growth and more demanding requirements making it painfully obvious that there is a need for a more structured approach.
It is now time to revisit data center design to make sure it is aligned with what the organization needs. It must be streamlined to reduce costs and respond quickly to changing and growing requirements.

A converged infrastructure creates resource pools that can be used for a variety of applications, allocating resources to each app or service as needed and relinquishing each resource when it is no longer used.

Data center convergence represents an opportunity to achieve much better efficiency in IT assets, both in terms of equipment and human effort. It also offers better transparency for demonstrating value and increased agility to respond to both internal demands and external events.



Tagsconverge, infrastructure, servers, networking, virtualization, convergence, migration, cloud computing