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Why Should Enterprises Move to a True Composable Infrastructure Solution?
IT Infrastructure needs are constantly fluctuating in a world where powerful emerging software applications such as artificial intelligence can create, transform, and remodel markets in a few months or even weeks. While the public cloud is a flexible solution, it doesn’t solve every data center need—especially when businesses need to physically control their data on premises. Download this report to see how composable infrastructure helps you deploy faster, effectively utilize existing hardwar

IT Infrastructure needs are constantly fluctuating in a world where powerful emerging software applications such as artificial intelligence can create, transform, and remodel markets in a few months or even weeks. While the public cloud is a flexible solution, it doesn’t solve every data center need—especially when businesses need to physically control their data on premises. This leads to overspend— purchasing servers and equipment to meet peak demand at all times. The result? Expensive equipment sitting idle during non-peak times.

For years, companies have wrestled with overspend and underutilization of equipment, but now businesses can reduce cap-ex and rein in operational expenditures for underused hardware with software-defined composable infrastructure. With a true composable infrastructure solution, businesses realize optimal performance of IT resources while improving business agility. In addition, composable infrastructure allows organizations to take better advantage of the most data-intensive applications on existing hardware while preparing for future, disaggregated growth.

Download this report to see how composable infrastructure helps you deploy faster, effectively utilize existing hardware, rein in capital expenses, and more.

Composable Infrastructure Checklist
Composable Infrastructure offers an optimal method to generate speed, agility, and efficiency in data centers. But how do you prepare to implement the solution? Here’s a checklist of items you might consider when preparing to install and deploy your composable infrastructure solution.
Composable Infrastructure offers an optimal method to generate speed, agility, and efficiency in data centers. But how do you prepare to implement the solution? This composable Infrastructure checklist will help guide you on your journey toward researching and implementing a composable infrastructure solution as you seek to modernize your data center.

In this checklist, you’ll see how to:
  • Understand Business Goals
  • Take Inventory
  • Research
  • And more!
Download this entire checklist to review items you might consider when preparing to install and deploy your composable infrastructure solution.
Evaluator Group Report on Liqid Composable Infrastructure
In this report from Eric Slack, Senior Analyst at the Evaluator Group, learn how Liqid’s software-defined platform delivers comprehensive, multi-fabric composable infrastructure for the industry’s widest array of data center resources.
Composable Infrastructures direct-connect compute and storage resources dynamically—using virtualized networking techniques controlled by software. Instead of physically constructing a server with specific internal devices (storage, NICs, GPUs or FPGAs), or cabling the appropriate device chassis to a server, composable enables the virtual connection of these resources at the device level as needed, when needed.

Download this report from Eric Slack, Senior Analyst at the Evaluator Group to learn how Liqid’s software-defined platform delivers comprehensive, multi-fabric composable infrastructure for the industry’s widest array of data center resources.
Taking Control of Public Cloud Consumption
Taking Control of Public Consumption - Gain visibility of public cloud usage and costs.

In this essential guide, we explore how IT leaders can effectively manage their public cloud environment by implementing a cloud management platform to increase visibility, improve standardization and reduce costs.

•    Gain insights on how to:
•    Gaining visibility of public cloud usage and costs
•    Standardizing your IT environment
•    Take control and reduce public cloud costs

The guide concludes with a simple cost saving checklist, outlining optimization that can be achieved by using a cloud management platform.

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