Converged Infrastructure Success Stories

These examples illustrate how converged infrastructure can solve real business problems.

Lee Caswell

April 22, 2016

5 Slides

It's hard to find a business objective today that doesn't require IT support and resources. However, IT systems continue to grow in complexity as users require on-demand resources that are secure, reliable and easy to use.

For greater speed and efficiency, many IT organizations are looking for a simpler approach to deploying and managing infrastructure that enables greater agility, better optimizes costs and existing staff resources, but also maintains data security and adherence to compliance requirements. By breaking down the barriers between servers, storage and networks, organizations can realize benefits ranging from accelerated deployment to strengthening disaster recovery capabilities.

While the concept of converged infrastructure isn't new, it hasn't seen tremendous and sustained growth until now. In the third quarter of 2015 alone, the converged infrastructure market reached $2.5 billion in value as more organizations embraced convergence.

How and why is converged infrastructure being deployed? Explore the following examples from NetApp customers.

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About the Author(s)

Lee Caswell

VP of Product, Solutions & Services Marketing, NetApp

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