Five Benefits of Decoupling Compute and Storage for Big Data Deployments
This IDC analyst report reviews the evolution of Big Data infrastructure and requirements, and provides guidance on decoupling compute and storage.
The benefits of separating compute and storage for Big Data deployments include cost savings, agility, and flexibility. What you’ll learn from this report:
- How Big Data infrastructure technology has evolved
- Why tight coupling of compute and storage is impractical
- The top 5 benefits of decoupling compute and storage
- Advice and recommendations for the technology buyer
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