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Hyperconvergence means more than merging storage and compute into a single solution. Multiple infrastructure components are integrated into a compact, efficient platform that is simple enough to be managed without specialized training. The more components in a hyperconverged node, the less you have to manage. When the entire IT stack is combined into a software-defined platform, you can accomplish complex tasks in minutes instead of hours. Hyperconvergence gives you the agility and economics of cloud with the enterprise capabilities of on-premises infrastructure.
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HCI’s dedupe and compression capabilities enable you to store more VMs, while data protection and replication get users back up and running faster with persistent desktops.
With a distributed model that replicates data across multiple nodes, HCI’s built-in redundancy minimizes the impact of a lost node on your operations and simplifies disaster recovery.
Multiple sites running disparate platforms equals a genuine hassle for IT. A common hyperconverged infrastructure brings order to administration, support, deployment, and data protection.
Learn how to design the hyperconverged data center and address the pain points of data center metrics — like the relationship between performance and virtual machine density and storage performance in a hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) — in this Gorilla Guide for HCI administrators.
Learn how to architect the hyperconverged data center, what resources to consolidate, and how to mitigate the perceived challenges of hyperconvergence in this Gorilla Guide to HCI for data center architects.
Learn how to address the perceived challenges of hyperconvergence and calculate the overall economics of HCI in your IT budget in this Gorilla Guide to HCI for business leaders.
Reap the full benefits that come from combining infrastructure and advanced data services into a single, integrated platform. Cover your entire stack with solutions and services tailored for hyperconverged IT.
Deploy infrastructure faster, simplify lifecycle operations, and improve productivity with an innovative approach to infrastructure management based on software-defined intelligence.
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An enterprise-grade hyperconverged platform uniting best-in-class data services with the world’s bestselling server.
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Infrastructure management software that eliminates manual processes, spurs IT collaboration, and increases the speed and flexibility of IT service delivery.
An end-to-end, multi-cloud management platform that enables you to deploy, operate, and optimize hybrid IT environments and workloads.
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing, a Formula One racing team, is in the business of speed. After replacing its legacy systems with HPE SimpliVity hyperconverged infrastructure, Aston Martin Red Bull Racing recorded 4.5x faster performance, increased agility, and lower TCO.
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.
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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
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.
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