Hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) is a software-centric IT infrastructure that virtualizes hardware-defined systems at a minimum, virtualized computing (a hypervisor), software-defined storage and virtualized networking to give end users a unified scale-out platform. With the software-defined solution platform, HCI makes sharing, accessing, and sending data across multiple functions faster.
Reduce DC Complexity
Both hardware and software layers are managed on a single administrative platform, giving computing professionals an intuitive experience to consolidate functional elements at the hypervisor level, together with federated management, eliminates traditional data-center inefficiencies.
HCI can make accessing this data simpler for your teams, allowing them to make better, data-driven decisions.
DC physical resources are consolidated into a single platform – eliminating the need to purchase components from multiple vendors. Improve time-to-value and Potentially lowering DC Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).
Better Scalability – Computing Resources
Avoids expensive over-provisioning with direct scale as you go platform. Expanding storage capacity is just as easy as adding up additional flash to existing servers. When a need for both compute and storage capacity arise, just add another HCI nodes or appliances.
Hyper-Converged Infrastructure lab
Whether you want to conduct Proof of Concept (POC) on latest compute advances or need an environment to quickly compare and test HCI solutions, or need to migrate application workloads to HCI platform, we have a qualified resource you’re looking for to replace old hardware pieces with new ones, at a far lower cost.
Analytics on available hyper-converged infrastructures to determine an enhanced solution
Address how the proposed HCI solution will support organizational goals and objectives
Technical demonstration of hyper-converged infrastructure
Gives stakeholders, project managers and computing professionals an opportunity to choose an HCI solution.