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Gartner Reports on Composable Infrastructure

While composable infrastructure in the enterprise is still largely a vision, it is a powerful notion that could revolutionize compute, storage and networking architectural approaches and infrastructure consumption models over time.

The benefits of and value proposition of composable infrastructure as an enabling technology are:
- Increased flexibility and speed of delivering bare-metal server and storage systems
- Improved agility to accommodate changing or unknown workloads
- Increased efficiency in resource utilization*

DriveScale Makes Composable a Reality Today

With the DriveScale Composable Platform, you can deploy disaggregated compute and storage resources on the fly in optimized configurations required for each workload. We’ve fully automated NVMe-over-Fabrics (both RDMA and TCP) and Kubernetes persistent storage.

*Gartner, Understand the Hype, Hope and Reality of Composable Infrastructure, Julia Palmer, Daniel Bowers, 15 January, 2020.

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