Organistions can escape from complexity and rigidity of last-generation silo technology
Fujitsu has introduced Dynamic Infrastructure Blocks (DI Blocks) to enable enterprises to take a modular, step-by-step approach towards consolidating and reshaping their data centres.
DI Blocks comprised orchestrated server, storage, network, and virtualisation technology, wrapped with integrated dynamic resource management software.
The DI Blocks ensure enterprises that their IT operations are always available to meet changing business needs, and ready for on-premise private cloud infrastructures.
With DI Blocks, organistions can escape from complexity and rigidity of last-generation silo technology, enterprises can move towards scaled-out private cloud-based computing environments, and the total cost of ownership is reduced by improving the overall use of server, storage, software, and networking components, said the company.
ServerView Resource Orchestrator supports the flexible and rapid utilisation of IT resources in private clouds through dynamic resource management for physical and virtual computing resources.
Fujitsu Limited Platform Software Unit president Yoichi Hori said for enterprises, it is impossible to predict future resource requirements from IT systems, but with DI Blocks it is possible to create flexible, future-proof systems that are agile enough to meet ever-changing needs.
"This represents a major shift in how forward-looking companies are making the move to IT that supports their needs, rather than being restricted by rigid, outdated systems," said Yoichi Hori.