One of the primary issues the IT industry currently faces is complexity. Balancing a need to stay current with trends with the realities of legacy systems is no simple task, and it’s only further complicated by the sheer amount of data that’s being processed regularly.
While many legacy systems are not designed with modern challenges in mind, migrating information can be a time-consuming and costly process, to say nothing of the need to maintain operations. Luckily, there is a way to address both of these difficulties simultaneously: namely, hyperconvergence.
The thinking behind hyperconvergence is straightforward. It combines all of the IT components and services below the hypervisor into an x86 building block, breaking down the barriers that can make managing the individual components so difficult. In doing so, it simplifies the job of managing discrete devices significantly more simple, reducing overhead and returning organizational time and resources. This gives you more time to devote to tasks actually related to your organizational mission.
In an article for SysCon Media, Pat Romanski details the industry need for just such a solution.
“Both buyers and sellers want instant results, and from paperwork to paperless to mindless is the ultimate goal for any seamless transaction. The sweetest sweet spot in innovation is automation. The most painful pain point for any business is the mismatch between supplies and demands instead of information asymmetry as before,” he explains.
If you need a computing system that can reduce capital and operational expenses, contact PSSC Labs today. We can work with you to design a system that fits the unique needs of your organization.