Servers are the backbone of modern IT infrastructure. They support the computational requirements of the entire application portfolio of an enterprise organization. However, their life span is finite. A new generation of servers performs much better than its predecessors.
Still, is this outperformance worth it?
Most IT leaders acknowledge that infrastructure consisting of older servers requires more care and attention, but they believe that they can:
As businesses digitize themselves, seek long-term resiliency for their current business models, and explore new revenue-generation opportunities, server infrastructure shifts from a cost to an asset. In other words, it generates tangible return on its use. Replacing servers ensures that infrastructure is tailored to current application requirements. As business needs change, so do application needs. By proactively replacing each server at the optimized time, IT can better maximize the value it delivers for the business and reduce costs.
Download this whitepaper to understand how maintaining a modern server infrastructure is becoming a critical success factor for enterprises in most industries.