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The Ideal of Composable Infrastructure

The Ideal of Composable Infrastructure

08:00 15 December in Community, Uncategorized

With the release of Synergy (see my recent post), HPE is moving towards a future that sees IT resources aggregated into applications deployed on-demand and in a totally automated fashion. In reality though, has HPE reached that stage with Synergy and can we put a definition on what Composable IT really means?

If we look back at IT history, then IBM’s System/360 (onwards) architecture is probably the best definition of what constitutes a composable solution. Compute was one large monolithic unit, as was networking (which ran in software). Storage was delivered…

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