shutterstock_163229387.jpgGartner forecasts that, by 2018, hyperconverged integrated systems will deliver bimodal infrastructures in 25% of large enterprises. That’s noteworthy, considering that number sat at less than 1% in 2016. Now that hyperconvergence has our attention, let’s explore the technology that’s tempting global IT leaders with software-defi­ned storage and scale-out infrastructure.

5 things you should know about hyperconvergence

5 things you should know about hyperconvergence and what types of organizations should be considering it?
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shutterstock_359997458.jpgIn the summer of 2016, Southwest Airlines’ website went down for three hours due to a technical glitch. This glitch caused the cancellation of nearly 2,000 flights and delayed hundreds more over three days. This put a massive strain on the airline’s reservation lines and caused problems for customers, resulting in not just the loss of hard-earned customer confidence; it also cost Southwest big money: $5 to $10 million alone in lost bookings. Another carrier—Delta Air Lines—lost a whopping $100 million after a similar outage.

Southwest’s $10 million lesson: The cost of legacy infrastructure

Learn how to ensure your data center can handle the demands of advancing technology before it’s too late.
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