back to article 'Composable infrastructure': new servers give software more to define

“Composable infrastructure” is a term you're about to start hearing a lot more, and the good news is that while it is marketing jargon behind the shiny is pleasing advances in server design that will advance server virtualisation and private clouds. The new term has its roots in server virtualisation, which is of course an …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Yet another promised land

    So the hardware vendors each wrap their dis-aggregated hardware with proprietary APIs, locking in their respective customers?

    1. Sandgroper

      Re: Yet another promised land

      If the API is published. Who cares if it is proprietary?

  2. returnofthemus

    Intel and IBM have expressed similar ideas even if they're not sharing jargon.

    It's about knowing where to look:

    - IBM (https://youtu.be/kikHTUnD_Zg)

    - Intel (https://youtu.be/nHEo8kvMrRI)

    Come on El Reg, Wakey, Wakey!

  3. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    HP launched this at HP Discover this year

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rBY-KRvT33M

  4. jake Silver badge

    Am I the only one ...

    ... who read that as "compostable"?

    Regardless, it smells like bullshit to me ;-)

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