Some enterprise IT teams are adopting hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) as an alternative to traditional infrastructure solutions.
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In a recent GovLoop industry perspective, Pivot3 Federal Sales Engineer Matt Demas explained the basics of what hyper-convergence is and how it works. Put simply, “hyper-convergence is taking all the complexity of a data center and simplifying it into a box, where each functionality works as a building block,” Demas said. In traditional IT architectures,Read… Read more »
This blog post is an excerpt from GovLoop’s recent research brief, Simplicity, Scalability, Efficiency: The Hyper-Converged Infrastructure. To read the full brief, head here. Simplicity and Ease of Operation As explained earlier, hyper-converged infrastructures are modular systems intended to scale out by adding modules. Their simplicity comes from the fact that a user can leverage improvementsRead… Read more »