Cisco has introduced the UCS S-Series server family : a new type of server with an optimized storage system in the Unified Computing System â¢ (USC) product portfolio. especially to meet the needs of handling large workloads related to Big Data , and to deploy software-controlled storage systems , object storage, and data protection solutions. The UCS S-Series server family can handle the fast growing rate of unstructured data created by the Internet of Things (IoT), video, mobile, collaboration and analytics. businesses can access and analyze data quickly to create insights in real time.
Data Not archived
Data has become the lifeblood of every organization, and the way it is used is changing rapidly. In the past, data was cached and accessed continuously. Industry analysts estimate that less than 40% of enterprise-owned data is used to create knowledge. New applications such as video analysis, diagnostic imaging, online analytics, and machine learning needs create "non-cached" data and are actively handled in real time. Traditional static IT infrastructure can no longer function in a world of continuous knowledge and innovation, while public cloud storage solutions can become expensive when data sets are available. Data developed quickly and unpredictably.
"IDC sees a significant change in the way new technologies are being applied to address business issues and promote strategic growth in this 3rd generation era," said Matt Eastwood, Deputy IDC President, Infrastructure Division and Enterprise Data Center, IDC Group. "Organizations are moving towards digitalization and in doing so they are emphasizing the need to bring data and computing sources closer together. Next-generation applications including analytics Big data is still among the top IT goals and as data becomes increasingly strategic, the core storage infrastructure is redefined in software as the workload of a server. "