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TechTarget: Need to do more with Exchange? Consider a move to hyperconvergence
CRN named HPE SimpliVity 380 the 2017 product of the year in the hyperconverged infrastructure category for its technology, revenue and profit opportunities, and customer demand.
It’s easy to assume that running IT apps on-premises is not cost competitive with cloud-based services. Evaluator Group tests the validity of that assumption with a TCO model analysing a hyperconverged solution from HPE and a comparable AWS solution.
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Customer stories: Implementing HPE hyperconverged infrastructure
HPE SimpliVity 380: Powerhouse hyperconverged infrastructure
To support a business technology agenda, infrastructure and operations (I&O) professionals must factor critical aspects of their own environments into their decisions and understand how these requirements affect implicit and explicit weighting as they evaluate hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) offerings. This report covers the major variations in workloads and data services that can make an impact on your selection and outlines a methodology for evaluating the true cost of these solutions.
What is hyperconvergence?
Metrics that matter when evaluating hyperconverged infrastructure
Read about hyperconverged infrastructure, the benefits, expectations and vendors' approaches to determine the infrastructure model that’s right for your data centre today and into the future.
An emerging data centre architectural option, dubbed hyperconverged infrastructure, is a new way to reduce your costs and better align enterprise IT with business needs. At its most basic, hyperconverged infrastructure is the conglomeration of the servers and storage devices that comprise the data centre. These systems are wrapped in comprehensive and easy-to-use management tools designed to help shield the administrator from much of the underlying architectural complexity.