IDC’s FutureScape predictions state that by 2024, 62% of the enterprises will rely on embedded AI functions in their business-critical applications to make real-time decisions as well as drive business outcomes. Organizations are accelerating their time to market with digitally enabled products, services and customer experiences by investing in next-generation data platforms powered by NVMe-based all-flash technologies, which enable them to process large volumes of structured and unstructured data at a blistering pace to deliver actionable insights.
Businesses, from mid to large enterprises, are increasingly demanding next-generation data platforms which include the following capabilities to help them deliver more value from the datacentre and support the business innovation.
- High-performance throughput with low latency, enterprise-class and AI/ML-powered management capabilities
- Cloud-ready with software-defined intelligence for non-disruptive autonomous IT operations
- Public-cloud like economics and financial flexibility, combined with agility, scalability and flexibility across technology dimension for optimal application performance
IDC’s Rajnish Arora, VP Enterprise Infrastructure, and Hitachi Vantara executives will walk you through:
- How next-generation midrange storage platforms using NVMe-based all-flash are the cornerstones of digital transformation across vertical industries
- Why autonomous IT is a key strategic imperative for Digital Infrastructure
- Why inbuilt data compression technologies, flexible consumption models and the ability to connect to a hybrid cloud environment are key decision imperatives for midsized businesses