|Create Date||August 6, 2014|
|Last Updated||May 6, 2015|
Seeking the business benefits generated by private cloud and to free themselves from the rigid silos of traditional IT infrastructures, organisations are turning to an approach that extends virtualisation to all compute, network, and storage resources in their data centres.
This approach requires pooling and aggregating resources into a single utility that can be provisioned, operated, and managed by policy-driven software. Often referred to as a software defined data centres (SDDC), it places physical, virtual, and cloud resources under a single point of control to speed deployments, reduce costs, and increase staff productivity while providing agility and scalability.
In this white paper the business benefits of the suite of HP converged infrastructure solutions for SDDC are discussed. IDC conducted interviews and asked a series of questions about the investment and the benefits achieved from savings realised from cost reduction, increased IT staff productivity, and risks avoided.
|Achieving Organizational Transformation with HP Converged Infrastructure Solutions for SDDC|