What is Hyperscale?

Hyperscale refers to the complete mix of hardware and facilities that can scale a distributed computing environment up to thousands of servers.

Hyperscale definition

As its name implies, hyperscale is all about achieving massive scale in computing—typically for big data or cloud computing. Hyperscale infrastructure is designed for horizontal scalability and leads to high levels of performance, throughput, and redundancy to enable fault tolerance and high availability. Hyperscale computing often relies on massively scalable server architectures and virtual networking.