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IDC: Quantifying data center inefficiency: Making the case for composable infrastructure

White Paper Published By: Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Published:  Jul 18, 2018
Type:  White Paper
Length:  30 pages

IT departments have to manage an infrastructure “duality” — the ability to deploy and manage two sets of applications, each with vastly diverse infrastructure requirements and service-level objectives. IDC found that by implementing  next-generation apps on infrastructure designed for current-generation apps, such businesses
risk putting their DX initiatives in jeopardy. HPE Synergy take key benefits of converged and hyperconverged infrastructure to the next level by operating on fluid (composable) compute, networking, and storage resource pools and are optimized for operations as well as applications. 



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