Converged Infrastructure

Converged infrastructure refers to the stitching together of server, storage, networking, virtualization and other resources into an integrated solution.

This allows organizations to standardize on one set of technologies for compute, network and storage devices. All the technologies that organizations use today: servers, storage, networks, applications and management have evolved to the point where they can converge into a single entity.

Compared to traditional, siloed infrastructure, converged infrastructure reduces complexity, pools resources, and aids in automating IT processes while lowering costs and increasing IT’s ability to respond to the needs of the business.