Infrastructure economics

Comparing costs for composable Infrastructure vs traditional IT

Published March 2017

Practical spenders often pride themselves on their ability to “make do” with what they already have, rather than make new purchases for example, putting new heels on that old pair of shoes, or keeping that 10-year-old car on the road.

But there comes a point where that 10-year-old car becomes less cost-effective, and even poses a liability. It might still run; but it is likely missing critical features that can make a difference to your safety and comfort.

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