SCALABLE ARQUITECTURE – DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION

BUILDING SOLUTIONS ON THE LATEST WORKLOAD-OPTIMIZED COMPUTE TECHNOLOGIES

New workloads and deployment methodologies have created complications as businesses attempt to establish a more scalable business architecture that can anticipate and deliver on IT needs for the future.

A scalable business architecture is the only way for a company to stay ahead of the curve and capture opportunity without delay. The new platform refresh cycles are underway, making it the perfect time to assess architecture needs.

The three primary ingredients of a scalable business architecture are: performance to drive today’s applications, scalability to grow seamlessly, and adaptability for future needs. These are needed not only to address today’s complex workloads, but also to enable the business to be prepared for future needs.

2017 will see a major platform transition for server vendors. Dell EMC is refreshing its PowerEdge portfolio, which is the basis for building out all of its solutions that cover a broad range of applications and workloads. Dell is using the introduction of the new Intel Xeon processor Scalable Family to power new offerings that can be building blocks for both cloud-native and traditional deployments. The Dell EMC portfolio is not limited to simply a server line; it encompasses a range of technology components that are well integrated and delivered from a single vendor for ease of deployment and operation.

 

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