Five Common Pitfalls of HCI and How to Avoid Them
Whether deploying advanced analytics to optimize offerings, building next-gen online storefronts or creating self-service experiences for customers, businesses today are app-driven.
Many organizations are deploying both traditional and modern apps across a diverse infrastructure landscape that spans data centers, private and public clouds, and edge environments, and want a consistent way to manage them. They’re also looking for ways to optimize existing investments for long-term business impact. Traditional three-tier architectures—which are expensive to build, complex to operate and difficult to scale—fall short. And bridging the inconsistencies between legacy hardware and infrastructure as a service in hybrid environments can mean purchasing and implementing additional tools and technologies, and learning how to use them. Now, more than ever, organizations are challenged to meet these needs while leveraging their existing investments.