This tech is not scary to government

converged, infrastructureBy Kevin Shaker, senior analyst

As government agencies make progress in eliminating siloed data centers and systems, the market for connected and hyper-converged technology is getting stronger.

Agencies are looking for suppliers that can help systems runs more efficiently and faster, so connected technologies that aid in virtualization, storage and networking will be the emphasized technologies for growth in FY18. The government spent more than $1.2 billion on connected technologies in FY17.

What has been driving the push toward connected and hyper-converged technology are regulations such as the Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative, the Data Center Optimization Initiative and Cloud First policies. These policies have been tremendously effective at reducing costs from legacy stovepiped IT while streamlining functionality by encouraging purchasing of cutting-edge integration and converged systems.

Here are examples of how the government is utilizing hyper-converged platforms:

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