For most organizations, it can be painful to “rip and replace” older tools or management systems wholesale with the newer toolset of a converged infrastructure. It’s tempting to keep older tools that that have worked well for years, that IT staff know how to use, and that work with legacy applications that continue to run in the environment.
Citing convenience, cost reduction, flexibility, scalability and performance, more and more organizations are moving to integrated infrastructure models such as converged infrastructure.
Converged architecture hosts are good for a lot of things—infrastructure roles are not one of them.
We’ve seen some big advancements in the healthcare data center world. There are new ways to deliver patient care, more ways to enable the healthcare practitioner and better ways to support the ever-evolving end user. Through it all, we’ve seen more applications, workloads and virtualization technologies being deployed into modern healthcare environments.
Converged infrastructure is gaining steam in the enterprise, and more and more organizations are looking for IT professionals who can help to fully exploit the technology—either as their job or as part of their job.