With this digital transformation comes a change in consumer expectations. Greater digital connectivity requires businesses to communicate with their consumers and partners through interactive, robust digital apps. In fact, by 2017, the number of mobile phone users worldwide is forecast to reach 4.77 billion and will pass the five billion mark by 2019.
With this digital transformation comes a change in consumer expectations. Greater digital connectivity requires businesses to communicate with their consumers and partners through interactive, robust digital apps.
The convergence of these trends requires that IT adopt new approaches to optimizing the data center while supporting agile development processes. With a software-defined infrastructure in place, the IT team can provide faster access to resources, enable development, test, and operations teams to adopt DevOps methodologies, and deliver new applications to market more quickly while improving application lifecycle management.
Ultimately, a software-defined infrastructure enables IT to help drive innovation and overcome the pressures of the digital economy with greater agility, stability, and reduced costs. It offers the flexibility and agility needed to improve time-to-market speeds while also providing business continuity to ensure customers can access applications and services when they need them. In addition, a software-defined infrastructure reduces costs by leveraging existing or low-cost commodity hardware, centralized management, and open-source software to avoid vendor lock-in.
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- Know the ways in which technological innovations affect customer expectations today vs in the future
- Know the ways in which rising customer expectations have affected companies
- Understanding the challenge of adapting IT for the Digital Business
- Gaining agility, stability, and cost-savings with a Software-Defined Infrastructure
- Learning about SUSE solutions for the Software-Defined Infrastructure
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