According to IDC, “on-premise IT as a service” (on-premise capacity on demand) is a great fit for improving an organization’s approach to IT consumption. This brings cloud-like agility and simplicity into the data center and will position IT to better transform itself to address digital business direction.
Benefits include the ability to move to a variable cost structure from a capital expenditure model and utilization of pay-as-you-go/grow capacity to deliver IT as a service. Overall, this will provide LOBs with a public cloud-like experience while keeping control. IDC analyzes this approach and, specifically, the value of HPE Flexible Capacity service, in helping IT to accelerate digital business transformation, in their new IDC Technology Spotlight: “As-a-Service” IT Consumption Model for Digital Business Innovation.
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