Consolidate Storage to Improve Availability and Lower Costs
The consolidation of storage infrastructure has long been considered a risky undertaking. Aside from the time and expense required by data migration, there is a lingering concern about the fault domain (aka “blast radius”) of large-scale storage systems and their potential impact on critical business operations. Advances in storage software and architecture, along with the need to reduce the cost of storage operations, are changing how IT teams view opportunities for large-scale consolidation.
As data growth continues to accelerate across all industries, companies will have to continuously wrestle with an increasing demand for data storage. To maintain their competitive advantage, they’ll have to address how to keep pace with their application performance requirements while protecting their data assets. This whitepaper helps to start that conversation by redefining the benefits of consolidation with modern storage systems.
Download this white paper to learn:
- Best practices for executing a storage consolidation project
- Examples of consolidation and the benefits realized in other industries
- The primary causes of downtime and repairs impacting availability and costs today
- Why modern enterprise storage effectively delivers 100% availability at multi-petabyte scale