With much of the global workforce moving to home offices and dining tables in recent weeks due to the wide-reaching effects of COVID-19, software is being relied on more than ever to make certain business continuity can be maintained as well as possible.
Many are looking to maximize hardware utilization in uncertain circumstances in which our networks are facing unprecedented stress, access to equipment is limited, and traditional infrastructure solutions are up against the physical design limitations. Deployment of composable infrastructure solutions can make existing hardware newly adaptive through software.
Across PCIe, Ethernet, or Infiniband, accelerators such as GPU, FPGA, or NVMe can be configured through Liqid Command Center software in tandem with CPU and networking. When compute tasks are complete, those resources can be utilized by other applications.
With the workforce decentralized, making the most of existing hardware is of the utmost importance for ensuring business continuity. Software-defined composable infrastructure enables organizations to adapt to uneven virtualized workloads like VDI, improve IT user and end customer experience through AI, and ensure available compute power for workloads that require ultra high-speed data performance.
See more about how software can simplify remote workers adapt to a changing world and begin mapping out your data center’s transformation free from vendor lock that can be detrimental to innovation.