You know it all too well. In IT, you need to be prepared for anything. New requirements from line-of-business teams can require massive infrastructure changes and new IT skills, not to mention budget you don’t have.

This has given rise to the concept of the “composable infrastructure” – one Frost & Sullivan defines as “…a fully integrated data center environment, in which infrastructure resources are largely abstracted, with software-defined functionality controlled by powerful platforms; and in which APIs enable disparate environments to function as a single, fluid pool of resources.” Nirvana, right? Well it may just not be as hard to achieve as you might think.

Read this Research Report. Frost & Sullivan: How the Right Infrastructure Can Prepare Your Data Center for Business Disruptors.

It outlines new ways that composable infrastructure is entering to reduce friction for IT organizations while giving developers the rapid access they need to compute resources – with a single line of code to address the underlying infrastructure. No matter where you may be on your journey, composable infrastructure can deliver a single compute platform where IT can house both existing and new applications with the flexibility to pool and recompose assets on the fly.

What is it enabling? Consider these four advantages:

  1. Run Anything. By optimizing any application and storing all data on a single infrastructure with fluid pools of physical and virtual compute, storage and fabric, composable infrastructure has given way to the ability to more effortlessly run anything, more reliably.
  2. Move Faster. By using a single interface that can precisely compose logical infrastructure at near instant speeds, composable infrastructure accelerates application and service delivery. Thus, the business achieves greater productivity and agility.
  3. Work with Greater Efficiency. Through internal software-defined intelligence with template-driven, frictionless operations, composable infrastructure reduces operational effort and cost. This gives way to IT efficiency and minimizes resource strain.
  4. More Value. By integrating and automating infrastructure operations and applications through a unified API, composable infrastructure increases productivity and assures controlled, compliant, access to the data center. This enables the business to unlock more value while minimizing risk.

Ultimately, composable infrastructure is disrupting how business is conducted and it’s preparing IT to respond to business disruption faster. Read the Frost & Sullivan Report. Then contact Veristor to see how you can further your journey to achieve a more agile, responsive IT organization.