Not All Hyper Converged Infrastructure Solutions Are Created Equal
Many IT teams are discovering that hyper converged infrastructure (HCI)—which brings together servers, storage, virtualization, and management—is an improved infrastructure choice. HCI can address a broad range of use cases, including end-user computing, private cloud, and consolidation of business-critical databases and applications. But not all HCI solutions are created equal.
Read “A Guide to Understanding Common HCI Architectures” to learn about HCI technology that makes it possible to:
- More closely match your compute and storage needs
- Offer exceptional scalability
- Reduce hypervisor, database, and other software licensing costs
- Provide predictable performance for greater levels of consolidation