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Is Hyperconverged Right for your Data Center? Join this Twitter Chat Session to Learn More.

Are you currently implementing a hyperconverged infrastructure in your environment?  Or maybe you've heard a lot of buzz around the technology these last 12 months, and you're currently thinking about how to implement?  Maybe you're still trying to decide if hyperconverged infrastructure is right for you?

Here are a couple of common pain points:

  • High infrastructure costs: Budgets remain tight, data is growing exponentially, and there's pressure to continuously improve services every year. Need to more with less.
  • Performance bottlenecks: Applications need to run fast. Otherwise users complain and business slows down.
  • Insufficient business continuity / disaster recovery capabilities:  Applications can't go down and data must be always accessible as it disrupts operations.
  • Complexity of IT operations:  Too much infrastructure complexity leads to performance issues, application downtime and management burden.
  • Staff expertise burden: The IT staff is limited and lacks the technical experience required to support the growing demands on the IT organization.

On the other hand, hyperconverged infrastructures offer numerous benefits such as reduced capital costs, increased agility, and reduced management burdens.

But you might still be wondering, is a hyperconverged infrastructure right for you?  Well, that's really up to you and your environment, needs, etc. 

The good news is there is a Twitter Chat session coming up hosted by the DataCore Software team with industry analysts, experts and other IT pros like you.  This question and a few others will be part of the interactive discussion about the hyperconverged market wave.  So come check it out, listen in, and ask your questions.

Want to join? Mark your calendar now.

You can also join the conversation on January 11th at 2pm EST with the hashtag #HyperconvergedChat.


Published Monday, January 09, 2017 12:31 PM by David Marshall
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