Building Blocks of the Modern Data Center

| June 8, 2017

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As the pace of business growth and change continues to accelerate,many organizations are looking for alternatives to the traditional siloed IT infrastructure with distinct compute, storage and networking environments.These legacy data center architectures are difficult to provision and deploy, limiting IT’s ability to meet business demands for
fluid scalability and the rapid rollout of new services.

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