The next generation of data centers will be on-demand
June 14, 2019
Over the last five years data centers have changed dramatically. Top cloud companies are moving away from converged infrastructure (CI) toward hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI). Now we are on the cusp of another sea change in technology -- the transition from HCI to Composable Disaggregated Infrastructure (CDI).
Links to all Fungible content on the topic of the new data-centric era.
The Case for Disaggregated Storage
Modern workloads are exposing the inherent limitations of Direct-Attached Storage architecture. The shift to a disaggregated storage architecture brings many benefits. Find out more about the role the Data Processing Unit will play to enable this transition.
Fungible CEO on improving economics, reliability and performance of data centers
Pradeep Sindhu, CEO of Fungible, joins CNBC’s “Squawk Alley” after the company’s recent $200 million Series C funding round led by SoftBank Vision Fund.
Data-Centric Software Manifesto
There’s a smarter way to write software to match today’s data-centric need. Learn all about the modern microservices-based software approach that has the potential to help organizations rethink all their old assumptions.
CDI: The Evolution of Data Center Infrastructure
See what drives this emerging category of infrastructure and what it takes for CDI to become mainstream.
Fungible founders, Pradeep Sindhu and Bertrand Serlet discuss how modern approaches to hardware and software need to be data-centric.
Fungible’s Vision for the Data-Centric Era:
Fungible makes a case for a new category of workloads that will dominate workloads in modern data centers and introduces the technologies needed to efficiently execute these workloads.
DPU: A New Category of Programmable Processor
Watch how a Data Processing Unit can move, process and store data hyper-efficiently and how it can fit in any modern data center.