Running mission-critical applications and providing continuous access to data are the lifeblood of any healthcare organization. That’s why a business continuity plan is uniquely important to the healthcare sector.
Technological innovation is increasing and expanding at an exponential rate. In response, digital transformation has become an established objective for many enterprises, and the adoption of digital initiatives is now widespread. Docker, Kubernetes and other technologies related to containers are being leveraged to access and deploy systems of engagement. But before you go adding these technologies to your digital transformation road-map, you need to evaluate whether they're the best fit for your needs.
When you are trying to consolidate, simplify and automate your IT infrastructure, both Hyper-converged Infrastructure (HCI) and Software-defined Storage (SDS) promise to deliver the results you expect. For this reason, analysts predict HCI and SDS to grow rapidly compared to legacy architectures.
Storage and infrastructure are going through a lot of changes. With technologies like Software-defined Storage as well as new infrastructure like Hyper-converged, there is a lot for IT admins to consider.
In this webinar, hear from Emergency Communications of Southern Oregon (ECSO) that found that not only were they able to improve their SQL Server performance (by 20x!) with hyperconverged, they were also able to improve their availability and reduce costs to boot.