Toward a ‘Composable Infrastructure’
December 11, 2015 • Blog Post
HPE’s Paul Miller shares how organizations can meet the growing demand for a faster, more flexible IT infrastructure
CIOs today face the challenge of maintaining the structure and security of traditional IT while still having flexibility and speed for new cloud and mobile applications. Hewlett Packard Enterprise created a way for organizations to meet the growing demand for a faster, more flexible IT infrastructure – also known as composable infrastructure. HPE’s Paul Miller explains our opportunity to leverage composable infrastructure to help businesses improve operations while reducing complexity and cost in the data center.
Composable infrastructure is all about making infrastructure truly programmable so that you get the IT resources you need through a single line of code. Think of it as a set of flexible building blocks that can be dynamically and automatically assembled and re-assembled to meet changing workload needs.
All of this adds up to more flexibility, lower costs and faster time to value, whether delivering upgrades to traditional IT or deploying a new cloud-native application.
Read the full article on Enterprise Tech.