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The Case for Converged Infrastructure

The Case for Converged Infrastructure

A Comparison of Unified Management and Automation Solutions

The natural evolution of virtualization and server management has led to what industry experts call converged infrastructure (CI). Forrester defines it as:

"…a pooled and virtualized combination of servers, edge networking, and storage, with built-in virtualization abstractions for the physical layer of infrastructure (not to be confused with hypervisor-type virtual machines) and integrated management. CI implies the ability to pool resources, streamline management, and in the end, the ability to more rapidly and flexibly provision infrastructure and services.”

In this paper, learn about:

  • Why Converged Infrastructure?
  • The Path to a Converged Infrastructure
  • Primary competitors
  • Usability
  • Case Study
  • Business Continuity
  • Business benefits

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Posted: 30-Mar-2012 Format: PDF Length: 12 pages Activity: 10225 views

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