Quantifying Data Centre Inefficiency: Making the Case for Composable Infrastructure

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Overview

Digital transformation requires the ability to run next-generation applications alongside legacy apps, which in turn requires IT departments to manage “infrastructure duality.” IDC recently conducted a study on datacentre infrastructure and operations efficiency among medium-sized and large enterprises, which found that nearly all datacentres in enterprise IT have areas ...

Digital transformation requires the ability to run next-generation applications alongside legacy apps, which in turn requires IT departments to manage “infrastructure duality.” IDC recently conducted a study on datacentre infrastructure and operations efficiency among medium-sized and large enterprises, which found that nearly all datacentres in enterprise IT have areas where efficiency can be improved. Read this report to find out how solutions such as HPE Synergy can help you optimise your IT operations so that your business can thrive in the idea economy.

Digital transformation requires the ability to run next-generation applications alongside legacy apps, which in turn requires IT departments to manage “infrastructure duality.” IDC recently conducted a study on datacentre infrastructure and operations efficiency among medium-sized and large enterprises, which found that nearly all datacentres in enterprise IT have areas where efficiency can be improved. Read this report to find out how solutions such as HPE Synergy can help you optimise your IT operations so that your business can thrive in the idea economy.

Quantifying Data Centre Inefficiency: Making the Case for Composable Infrastructure
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