hyperconverged infrastructure

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Published By: Hewlett Packard Enterprise     Published Date: Jul 18, 2018
"IT departments have to manage an infrastructure “duality” — the ability to deploy and manage two sets of applications, each with vastly diverse infrastructure requirements and service-level objectives. IDC found that by implementing next-generation apps on infrastructure designed for current-generation apps, such businesses risk putting their DX initiatives in jeopardy. HPE Synergy take key benefits of converged and hyperconverged infrastructure to the next level by operating on fluid (composable) compute, networking, and storage resource pools and are optimized for operations as well as applications. "
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Published By: DellEMC and Intel®     Published Date: Jan 11, 2018
IDC’s interviews with organizations using Nutanix hyperconverged infrastructure solutions and Dell XC hyperconverged appliances powered by Nutanix software (Dell XC) to run key business applications highlighted the value they are achieving with these hyperconverged solutions.
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Published By: VMware     Published Date: Jun 21, 2019
Hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) has emerged as a breakthrough IT technology over the past several years. With the right HCI solution, IT teams can lower costs, increase agility, and reduce complexity— leveraging a modern software-defined IT platform that provides a seamless path to hybrid cloud. IT continues to embrace HCI in great numbers, with the market expected to grow at a compound annual rate of 42 percent through 2023.1
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Published By: Lenovo - APAC     Published Date: Jan 28, 2019
Australian businesses have long been recognised as leaders in the adoption of cloud services and the migration of core infrastructure to cloud platforms. Yet as ambitious ‘cloud-first’ programs are executed, performance and complexity issues have led many organisations to embrace the middle ground – a hybrid IT solution combining public cloud and on-premises infrastructure. Fast-growing hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) platforms are increasingly being recognised as an ideal enabler for this strategy, with a software-based design that combines robust computing infrastructure with a high degree of centralisation, integration, flexibility, and analytics-based monitoring and manageability. Read how companies such as Beam Suntory have redefined enterprise architecture and learn more about the way an integrated hyperconverged infrastructure can help you build the right infrastructure for the future.
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Published By: Lenovo - APAC     Published Date: Jan 28, 2019
Asian ICT infrastructure investment is exploding as businesses review and modernise their data-centre architectures to keep up with the service demands of a growing and increasingly sophisticated population. Demand for cloud services, particularly to support big-data analytics initiatives, is driving this trend. Frost & Sullivan, for example, believes the Asia-Pacific cloud computing market will grow at 28.4 percent annually through 2022. Despite this growth, many businesses are also rapidly realising that public cloud is not the best solution for every need as they do not always offer the same level of visibility, performance, and control as on-premises infrastructure.This reality is pushing many companies towards the middle ground of hybrid IT, in which applications and infrastructure are distributed across public cloud and self-managed data centre infrastructure. Read about Medical company Mutoh and how it took advantage of the latest technology.
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