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Hyper-Converged Infrastructure

A hyper-converged infrastructure is an infrastructure model that utilizes a software-centric architecture and has a tight integration with the storage, networking, computing and virtualization software and hardware resources.

A hyper-converged system allows the Integrated technologies to be managed as a
single system through a common toolset.
 
Hyper-converged system
can be expended through the addition of nodes to the base unit. Common use cases include virtualized workloads.

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A hyper-converged infrastructure enables the management of all the integrated resources from a single common toolset. It is effective in managing virtual workloads within a cloud-like environment where the resources can be scaled without making compromises to performance, reliability and availability.

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Benefits

Data Efficiency

Reduce storage, bandwidth & IOPS requirement

Data Protection

Ensuring data can be restores in the event of loss or corruption is a key IT requirement.

Elasticity

Easy to scale out/in resources as required by business demands

Centricity of Virtual Machine

A focus on the virtual machine as the cornerstone of enterprise IT

High Availability

Enable higher level of availability than possible in legacy systems.

Cost Efficiency

Brings to IT sustainable step-based economic model that eliminates waste.

Features

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