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Participate in the New 2015 State of Converged Infrastructure Survey

The 2015 State of Converged Infrastructure Survey is now Open!

For the last several years, Zenoss has conducted an annual State of Converged Infrastructure Survey and Report, with a goal of better understanding (and sharing) the benefits, applicability, and real-world numbers of those using Converged Infrastructure.  And if you've viewed previous year results, you'll know that the stats have been eye-opening!

Adoption was not only more substantial than most had speculated, but also appeared to be primed for acceleration throughout 2014 and 2015.  Many reported improvements in reliability and customer satisfaction following deployments, and Zenoss also captured and published key insights and first-hand advice shared by the SysAdmins, Architects, IT Managers, and C-Level leaders who have already made the switch.

Building on the success of previous reports, Zenoss is back with an announcement around a new 2015 State of Converged Infrastructure Survey that is now open!  This year's survey will revisit the fundamental questions from the previous years, and also, dig deeper to examine how wider deployments have impacted the trends:

  • Are businesses realizing the promised agility and cost savings from Converged Infrastructure?
  • How well are the solutions working in verticals other than Technology and Telecommunications? 
  • Can full-stack vendors like HP and IBM make headway against first-mover Cisco UCS?

The survey should only take about 5-7 minutes to complete and all participants will receive free, early access to the 2015 survey results.  AND if you're one of the first 200 people to respond, Zenoss will even send you a Starbucks gift card as a way of saying thank you for your participation and helping to get the ball rolling.

Click to take the survey!



Published Thursday, July 16, 2015 6:24 AM by David Marshall
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