Enable businesses to respond faster to threats with scalable security capacity and disaster recovery Why Software Defined Networking should be on everyone’s Software Defined Data Center must-have list Organizations targeting a Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) strategy place significant business importance on time-to-market, flexibility and agility within their IT infrastructure. For many of these businesses, their digital presence generates considerable revenue and requires agile data centers that can handle heavy…
Hyper-convergence is drawing a lot of attention lately – and this small, but powerful form factor is delivering on the hype. This growing trend has prompted analysts to forecast an explosive 60% CAGR to for hyper-converged to be a $5 billion market by 2019*. Now is the time to make sure you have a hyper-converged line to offer to your customers and profit from this high growth mode of computing….
We often think that virtualization is so prevalent that there cannot possibly be any challenges left. The reality is that virtualization has been so popular, and has provided so much value to clients, that its success has led to unforeseen challenges.
Recently announced, Avnet Technology Solutions has expanded its distribution agreement with Veeam® Software, the innovative provider of solutions that deliver Availability for the Modern Data Center™. Here are 5 ways you can bridge the availability gap with this new partnership.:
In part two of this two part blog on SDDC, we will take a deeper look at each of the areas that support the growing trends of agile software development and factory, all in support of the emerging DevOps space, where the SDDC will be a required component system, dynamically determining where and how to host the developed applications.
In the next few years, the software-defined data center will emerge as a key contributor to the next generation of IT projects and in the complexity and new capability of emerging technologies live the highest revenue opportunities for our partner community. In breaking down the key solution components of the SDDC, it is useful for enterprises and service providers to consider two key aspects…
It’s critical for solution providers to develop an understanding of the changes that are taking place in the data center so they can help guide customers through this evolution…that means being informed about the trends and technologies that are shaping the SDDC in order to meet customers’ expectations.
Many organizations are going through similar scenarios as they begin to deploy private cloud and virtualization technologies. They clearly understand the anticipated benefits and advantages, but they’re likely unaware of the hidden costs. And without this knowledge, their private cloud investment may require more resources than they think.
For many customers, the Software-Defined Data Center is more about the future than the present. But, as we know with technology, the future comes upon us very quickly and it’s sometimes hard to predict if a technology movement will actually stick. So, is everyone really moving to the SDDC or is it just hype?
Software-defined networking business is booming as organizations across all industries are looking to upgrade their networks. Make sure you’re taking full advantage of this growth by thoroughly understanding your customers’ needs – ask these 8 questions to help them on their road to software-defined networking.
As IT infrastructures continue to evolve in the direction of virtualization and cloud computing, it is critically important that every organization that is selling, buying or building networks is aware of the impact that this will have on their customers, and as a VAR, it’s important to understand how this will change your end users’ expectations as well.
Strategic Alliances continue to be an important mechanism for leading technology companies to improve competitive positioning and grow market share. However, the inherent complexity of forging an effective alliance relationship between large businesses means that not all alliances deliver on their promise or potential. Most every leading technology vendor faces this issue, and it is handled in various ways.
Guest Blogger Steve White, Program Director, Strategic Alliances Research, IDC dives deeper into the strategic alliance conundrum.
Avnet CEO, Rick Hamada, Avnet Technology Solutions Asia Pacific president, William Chu and Avnet Technology Solutions vice president and general manager A/NZ, Darren Adams sit down with ARN’s Julia Talevski to talk about top priorities, the next wave of distribution, their challenges and how disruptive technologies such as Cloud, are influencing the pace of change in the market.
In Latin America, the growth of the economy and middle class has resulted in a growth of consumer spending and a greater demand for technology services. Sergio Farache, Vice President and General Manager, Latin America and Caribbean describes what areas are experiencing the most growth and provides steps partners can take to succeed in the region.
As the NFL’s championship game draws near, innovative technology provided by Avnet’s partners and suppliers is helping championship week operate without a hitch.