With hyperconverged infrastructure, you’ll decrease data center complexity and increase scalability.
What is hyperconverged infrastructure?
Hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) is a software-defined, unified system that combines all the elements of a traditional data center: storage, compute, networking and management. This integrated solution uses software and x86 servers to replace expensive, purpose-built hardware.
Traditional three-tier architecture is expensive to build, complex to operate and difficult to scale. Don’t wait on the IT infrastructure that can support your modern application demands. Adopt HCI without losing control, increasing costs or compromising security.
How does hyperconverged infrastructure work?
Four tightly integrated software components make up a hyperconverged platform:
The virtualization software abstracts and pools underlying resources, then dynamically allocates them to applications running in VMs or containers. Configuration is based on policies aligned with the applications, eliminating the need for complicated constructs like LUNs and volumes.
What can you do with HCI?