By Paul Miller, HPE Vice President of Marketing, Software-defined and Cloud Group
History has shown us that whenever a new, innovative technology comes to market, there are both skeptics and early adopters those who embrace it with open arms.

For instance, when Apple introduced the first iPhone in 2008, I was skeptical. Why did I need my phone to take pictures and have a GPS to find my way? I had friends and colleagues who ran out to get one and raved about its capabilities.

Fast forward a few years, and every cell phone company in the world offers a smart phone, and I have to admit, I don’t know where I’d be without mine.The same pattern is true when it comes to composable infrastructure.

First introduced as a concept in late 2015, some in the industry were skeptical and others saw the incredible potential it provided. Of course, competitors realized the remarkable possibilities for the technology and immediately began imitating it, calling their solutions “composable.”To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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