| Category: Infrastructure Management
| Published: April 2014
A data centre is an extremely complex combination of hardware and software components requiring a mixture of management skills to maintain and upgrade. Typically these will include networking, storage, server, virtualisation and data management expertise.
Co-ordinating data centre infrastructure and the skilled staff responsible for it can make any changes a costly, lengthy and complicated endeavour, with consequences for business agility and budget.
This IDC paper looks at consolidated infrastructure -combining network, compute and storage into a single entity. This can greatly increase speed of deployment and reduces the support overhead, giving greater agility, RoI and responsiveness - in effect giving you full data centre expertise in a box.
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