How hyperconverged infrastructure can play a role in your hybrid it model
A 2017 cloud computing trends survey found that 85 percent of enterprises are pursuing a multi-cloud strategy. Additionally, according to IDC, 53% of enterprises have or are considering bringing their workloads back on-premises. These reports ultimately point to the same trend – the adoption of a hybrid IT strategy, a mix of private and public clouds and on-premises infrastructure, is on the rise in businesses everywhere.
The notion of hybrid IT is not new – there are many vendors that offer the various technologies needed for a hybrid IT solution. So many, in fact, that it can be difficult to wade through all the choices to find a secure solution. As you start to consider which components you’ll want in your hybrid IT model, cost will undoubtedly be a factor weighing on your mind. Despite the hype around how the public cloud is inexpensive, it is not the only technology that can lower your IT costs.
An independent research group recently ran a TCO study analyzing a hyperconverged solution from Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and a comparable AWS solution. They determined that an HPE SimpliVity hyperconverged infrastructure, which can serve as a component of your hybrid IT strategy, delivers enterprise performance and resiliency at a lower cost per VM than Amazon Web Services (AWS). The Evaluator Group report uncovered a comparative savings of 27 to 55 percent over three years.
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Via the fine folks at HP Enterprise.