Hyperconvergance and the Emergence of Container-Native Infrastructure

Every decade or so, IT organizations encounter new application architectures that change how infrastructure is managed and consumed. Server virtualization has been the dominant technology reshaping IT operations until the emergence of modern, containerized applications.

With containers, there is near universal consensus that the newest unit of abstraction has officially arrived, beginning to supplant virtual machines. Containers are how developers now prefer to package applications (a $3.4 billion market by 2021 growing at 35% CAGR, according to 451 Research). The adoption of containerized applications has far-reaching implications for how IT operators support these applications and the developers creating them.

Download this informative whitepaper today and learn why containers possess a variety of cost and performance benefits over VMs, helping explain their rise in popularity.

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