Traditional IT infrastructures—with their independent components, multiple management consoles, interoperability challenges, and siloed resources—are becoming increasingly ill-suited to the competitive needs of the digital economy.
That’s why a growing number of enterprises are turning to hyperconverged data centers
, motivated in large part by the flexibility and agility that pre-integrated storage
, compute and network
components can provide to their organizations. The hyperconverged infrastructure global market will more than double in 2015 to $807 million from $373 million just the year before, according to an IDC forecast.