by Lisa Montgomery
Demand is growing for composable infrastructure, as companies look to consolidate major functions of data centers.
For too long companies have been operating in silos, which makes management of data centers challenging. A composable infrastructure stands to change all this through the implementation of software that discovers and pools all data center resources—no matter where that resource exists. Plus, composable software can run on any type of hardware that supports composable API. The end result, according to research firm MarketsandMarkets, is increased operational efficiency, reduced IT cost, automated workflow, and reduced deployment time to offer it.
It’s a big boon to businesses—one that MarketsandMarkets predicts will grow from $616 million in 2018 to $5,102 million by 2023.