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Converged infrastructure's time and place

A converged system's appeal comes from having an optimized platform that removes significant complexity from an IT environment. But when is CI the right move to make?


Converged systems push performance limits

Converged and hyper-converged systems simplify an IT environment and boost performance. Here's how to decide if they are right for your business's data center.


There's a way to make the 1% happy in your data center

Cloud computing is built on the x86 processor, but don't forget RISC processors -- simple, yet powerful chips that still drive some of the data center's most important workloads.


Management challenges make SDDC adoption slow going

There are many advantages to SDDC adoption, but concerns over management tools and evolving IT skill sets have hampered deployment -- at least so far.

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