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We’ve entered the era of data.


IoT proliferation, an increasingly decentralised workplace, and new cloud-native and SaaS based apps are driving data growth at the Edge – anywhere that people, devices, and data come together to get business done.


As business leaders and IT administrators grapple with this explosive deluge of data, businesses that can effectively leverage intelligent storage solutions to gather insights from said data will be at the forefront of their respective industries.


But how do you best achieve that?


Do you leverage flash storage, hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) or something more traditional?


It’s not as black and white as it may seem.


Take our short and simple self-assessment and we’ll provide you with some invaluable information to help inform your next move with HPE SimpliVity powered by Intel® Xeon® Platinum Processors.





Q.1 What type of workloads are most important to your business? 


You rely on fast response times to deliver consistent performance across your environment without breaking the bank.


You rely on perfect workload placement that ensures strong app performance at any scale and is easily upgradable to maintain business continuity. 


You need high availability across a distributed multi-site environment. The ability to easily enable new sites at scale is important.

Q.2 How would you grade your performance requirements? 


You have predictable data-growth with easily forecastable scalability requirements across a small digital footprint. 


Data-growth can be unpredictable at times which requires the ability to quickly scale across a reasonable digital environment. 


App delivery and the ability to quickly pivot is imperative to your business. You need the ability to analyse and action data insights quickly across a large digital footprint. 

Q3. Now and in the future, do you require compute and storage to scale independently? 


Your workloads can be unpredictable. 


You have very predictable workloads. 

Thank you. 


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