3 Reasons to Choose Flexible Converged Appliances for Software Defined Storage
Organizations deploying software-defined storage should look for modular, flexible converged appliances that offer excellent performance, agility, and scalability while keeping costs low.
A growing number of organizations are deploying software-defined storage (SDS). SDS technology virtualizes access to storage, removing the need for applications to know where their storage hardware physically is (or even what type of storage it is).
Many of SDS’s benefits are accentuated by converged appliances that feature Intel® processors and consolidate compute, storage, and networking capabilities on a shared chassis. In order to meet the growing demand for this type of infrastructure, manufacturers have developed a new generation of modular, highly flexible converged appliances. This hardware is ideal for SDS environments for three key reasons. Download this paper to learn more.
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