Composable Infrastructure for Dummies
In order to meet the changing needs of today (and tomorrow) IT leaders must evolve their data center infrastructure to become “change-resilient”—to put in place building blocks (technology, software, services, and processes) that are designed for maximum flexibility.
Composable infrastructure is both software-defined (to support agility and ease of management) and automated (to support consistent, secure, rapid, and
error-free provisioning and scaling).
Read Composable Infrastructure for Dummies to learn about:
- Composable infrastructure and how it works
- 3 characteristics that comprise composable infrastructure (fluid resource pools, software‐defined intelligence, and unified API)
- Business outcomes enabled only by composable infrastructure
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NEXT STEPS: Changing to a new model and new technology while maintaining existing systems can be difficult and disruptive for an IT organization. Learn more about composable infrastructure with the following resources:
- Orchestrating Composable Infrastructure: 6 Ways to Ensure Operational and Financial Harmony
- Why Infrastructure Automation should be at the heart of Data Center Evolution
- Infrastructure Economics: Five Things to Consider When Comparing Costs for Composable Infrastructure versus Traditional IT
|91%||of IT decision-makers have engaged (or plan to engage) an expert
third-party for assistance with their IT transformation initiatives.*
|Talk with WEI to discover how composable infrastructure can transform your data center—and your business. Contact us today.|
*Source: 2015 Frost & Sullivan Cloud Survey