Composable infrastructure - One of the biggest challenges facing IT today is how to keep the lights on and maintain business as usual, whilst supporting business innovation and digital transformation. How do you balance short term delivery and long term goals?

Composable infrastructure could be the answer. Enabling you to quickly deliver new applications whilst driving better efficiencies for your traditional applications. It brings together the ‘fluid resource pools’ of compute, storage and networking into one physical platform. This can then be ‘composed’ or configured using associated software tools such as Docker, Chef, Puppet and Ansible.

Allowing you to quickly create an infrastructure that exactly meets your needs. Providing the ability to develop and deliver new applications and services at ‘cloud-like’ speeds. As well as, run traditional applications at the same time.

A better answer

Understanding your environment and identifying the best approach are essential to establish a clear strategy and roadmap. Failure to do this will drive up costs, complexity and length of time to deliver successful outcomes. 

Our fresh perspectives and expertise will ensure you get better answers on how to maximise a composable infrastructure to get the best performance, efficiency, agility and return on investment.

We’ll help you reduce costs, develop more, deploy faster and update seamlessly. Ensuring IT becomes a true partner to your business. Delivering real change and innovation with the ability to rapidly launch new business streams, products and services.

By 2019, approximately 30% of the global storage array capacity installed in enterprise data centres will be deployed on software-defined storage or hyper-converged integrated systems, up from less than 5% today.


Magic Quadrant for Integrated Systems

October 2016

At a glance: areas of expertise

  • Fluid resource pools – optimises all applications and service levels
  • Software-defined intelligence – accelerates service delivery and reduces operational effort
  • Unified API – increases productivity and control across data centre.

Single infrastructure for all applications and operational models:

  • Enterprise applications
  • Hybrid cloud
  • Cloud native apps/dev ops
  • Big data
  • Hyper-converged