As businesses are progressing more towards software-defined IT infrastructures, converged infrastructure has come to the forefront. Converged Infrastructure (CI) groups an array of information technology (IT) components into one optimized computing package. A Converged Infrastructure System generally includes servers, data storage devices, networking equipment, and software. Converged Infrastructure Solutions help in the convergence of an array of services, thereby allowing easy access to infrastructure, platform, and software as a service, in one centralized place.
Top benefits of Converged Infrastructure
The purpose of Converged Infrastructure is to reduce compatibility issues and facilitate the management of servers, data storage systems, and network equipment, together with reducing costs of cabling, power, and floor space. Here are the top benefits of CI-
Supports business needs
Ease of management is the main benefit of a Converged Infrastructure services. As companies are deploying more demands on information technology; to meet the essential business demands, CI helps reduce the pressure, by offering IT service and data center improvement, as well as hybrid cloud deployment.
Converged Infrastructure helps reduce operational costs by reducing labor, with the use of computerized data center management and consolidated storage and management. Further, CI can be implemented with lower capital expenses, affected through higher utilization, less cabling, and fewer network connections. CI has an overall positive effect on finance and time management.
It is suitable for hybrid environments
CI allows you to navigate seamlessly between public and private clouds. The specific requirements can be easily placed on the required platforms.
Drive innovation, boost efficiencies, reduce costs, and prepare your business for the future, with flexible Converged Infrastructure Solutions from Saturn B2B. In order to provide the best technology solutions to its clients, Saturn B2B has partnered with the leading technology brands in the world, like Hewlett Packard Enterprise.