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Converged Infrastructure for Enhanced Operational Efficiency
Companies today are transiting IT workloads at a significant rate to a hybrid cloud infrastructure. Research proves that benefits in time to market and quality are driving cloud acceptance. Netflix, Amazon, and SaaS service providers’ success in the implementation of their cloud services has pushed companies toward adopting cloud-based services. The organizations extend from small to Fortune 500 enterprises. Experts in this domain have proved that there has been an overall shift from build to consume, with off-premise environments expected to see considerable growth. Companies have revealed that they plan to reduce the number of workloads housed in on-premise traditional and virtualized environments.
On the other hand, private cloud, virtual private cloud, and public infrastructure as a service (IaaS) are estimated to be adopted much faster than excepted rate. Surveys reveal that large enterprises are early adopters. IT as a service which has become a favorite for companies because of the host of benefits it offers.
Companies can save both resources and time by hiring ITaaS provider. ITaaS provider can fix the issue and alert the company if necessary. For instance, ITaaS provider is skilled in handling breaches such as distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks or malware issues. In addition to security and compliance, companies will be benefited with regular monitoring and management of their systems. The ITaaS provider will better manage data generated from the systems and processes. ITaaS provider can remotely access each device for configurations, patching, and ongoing maintenance; in addition to ITaaS provider, also ensures that all devices are regularly updated with the latest operating systems and applications. FlashStack™ converged infrastructure solutions from market leaders Cisco™, and Pure Storage™ has the potential to replicate the benefits that IT as service promises.
Organizations are always looking for newer ways to respond to the technology shift. During this transition, companies have still to ensure accelerated growth in their onboard users and optimize workloads. In addition to all these aspects, companies have to deliver rich content to a broad and geographically diverse user base. These abilities can be provided through FlashStack™. FlashStack™ simplifies deployment and management of workloads.
In a nutshell, companies which deploy IT-as-a-service model retain their competitive advantage in their sector. And, FlashStack can simplify, accelerate, and reduce risk in adopting IT as a service for both cloud-native and business-critical apps.
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