Dispelling the Myths and Fears of Converged Infrastructure

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Concern Addressed: Having a tool in place that can monitor applications and their needed resources is necessary with converged infrastructure as it can help detect issues before it becomes a major problem. It is also essential to baseline these applications so you can set expectations accordingly.

As the data center becomes more complex, converged infrastructure can help simplify the setup and management by minimizing compatibility issues.

There are many benefits for converged infrastructure like proven design and rapid provisioning, however change can create a cause for concern within an organization. In this slideshow, Zenoss lays out five common concerns when migrating to converged infrastructure and how to ease some of these concerns.

 

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