‘The future of data fabric...’
Increasing Adoption of AllFlash Solutions
Enterprises are looking for fast delivery data storage solutions to meet their data management demands. It offers them greater efficiency compared to traditional HDD storage. They can scale-out the solutions depending on their needs and demands.
Shifting to Hybrid Cloud Solutions
There is a large amount of data generation in enterprises – most of which is very sensitive. In order to retain control over their data, enterprises are now shifting towards hybrid clouds, which enables them to access data on-premise and on public cloud infrastructures. This also helps them overcome many security concerns.
months with no capex infrastructure. New usage-based consumption models, based on Platform-as-a-Service combined with new scale, compliance and data protection offerings, are making cloud infrastructure more essential for businesses of all sizes.
New Technologies Become Standard
All of these business drivers will ultimately lead to the dominance of new technologies, particularly in the form of new application paradigms. We’ve seen this emerge in the form of today’s DevOps movement where compositional programming based on micro services and mashups, open source and containerization have taken hold. Currently, President, NetApp India & SAARC To maintain effortless movement of data across devices and cloud, Data Fabric will enable enterprises to retain control of their data. It provides seamless and secure movement of data, thereby increasing agility. It helps enterprises retain choice and control over their data and also leverage cloud resources depending on consumption. these are considered niche solutions, but as the value of data becomes more critical to business and the pace of innovation becomes an even more crucial competitive weapon, they will quickly move into the mainstream. As that happens, these technologies will further reduce friction in the integration of businesses and the movement of talent. Historic parallels include the emergence of Ethernet as a networking standard and Linux as a standard operating system.
A Wider Dynamic Range of Storage and Data Management Tech Evolves
As IT architectures evolve to accommodate ew cloud infrastructure and new applications, a wider dynamic range of
Consumerization of IT Persists
Perhaps most profound is the change in user expectations of iPhone-like simplicity and self-management and the integration of applications and services. These expectations are affecting development across all technologies in storage and data management. User experiences with mobile app simplicity in a wide variety of forms has raised expectations for the usability and simplicity of data management software. And from a business standpoint, companies are demanding this simplicity because it will enable them to use less expensive resources to manage their data while giving them greater access and use of their data as a critical business asset.