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White Paper : Datacentres Leverage HPE SimpliVity to Drive Operational Simplicity, Improved Performance and Other Critical Datacentre Benefits
IDC whitepaper highlights market trends that have driven a dramatic increase in real world hyperconverged infrastructure deployments. In-depth customer interviews and an IDC web survey of end users reveal considerable operational efficiency and performance gains with HPE SimpliVity infrastructure. Customers report: • 71% of production workloads run on HPE SimpliVity systems • 91% increase in time spent on innovation and new projects • Vastly improved backup/recovery environments (in fact, 55% of customers retired existing third-party backup or replication software)
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Get a quick, easy-to-understand explanation of exactly how HPE SimpliVity 380 delivers massive gains in data efficiency.
Combining storage and servers in a single appliance is a good start but true hyperconverged power comes with full consolidation. The more hardware and software you can consolidate, the better it gets. HPE SimpliVity comprises the entire IT stack.
Analyst Report : Forrester Report: The total economic impact of HPE Simplivity hyperconverged infrastructure
This Forrester study reveals how typical HPE SimpliVity customers reduce total cost of ownership by 69% through consolidation, reduced CAPEX and OPEX, and simplified system administration. The cost savings enable a 183% ROI with a short 7.2 month payback.
By unlocking staff time and other resources, hyperconvergence can help your organisation transform IT from a “keeping the lights on” cost centre to a top-line revenue driver.
Read this TechTarget whitepaper to compare the architectural approaches and hyperconverged products from Cisco, NetApp, Nutanix and HPE.
Infrastructure and operations leaders should use the 11 critical capabilities and five use cases described here to assess HCI product features and functions. I&O leaders need to align project portfolios with the use cases, rationalize technology and vendor choices, and standardize across use cases.