Part 2 of a 2-Part Podcast by Technalysis Research and Pivot3
Over the last few years, the datacenter has embarked on a dramatic transformational journey. From innovative developments in the infrastructure components that enable the latest mission-critical applications, to how it delivers centralized computing resources that are so critical to efficient and effective business operations.
In some cases, the datacenter has all but disappeared; subsumed in cloud-based services. But for the enterprise, datacenters have not, and will not disappear. For many, datacenter is a critical part of growth strategy and growth engine and they need it to be more agile and responsive to modern business computing needs.
Hyperconverged infrastructure is a significant demarcation in the history of enterprise computing and enables IT organizations to meet the challenging demands of doing more with less. Sure, there’s always more work to be done, but by cleanly integrating all the critical datacenter elements into simple to purchase, install, manage and maintain appliances, hyperconverged solutions really do portend an exciting and more capable future for IT.
Bob O’Donnell, Chief Analyst at Technalysis Research, recently sat down with Pivot3 CEO Ron Nash to discuss the current state of hyperconvergence and why it is a critical part of growth strategy and growth engine of today’s forward-thinking organizations.