Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI)

Bring Your IT Organization Boldly Into The Future.

With hyperconvergence adoption accelerating, it’s hard to believe that hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) is relatively new phenomenon in the IT and datacenter world. IT teams are discovering that the degrees of scalability, agility and simplicity necessary to support complex digital transformation campaigns simply cannot be accomplished using the enduring practice of buying individually managed silos of datacenter resources.

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Long-standing partnerships with Gartner’s Magic Quadrant Leaders.

Today, more businesses than ever are embracing hyperconverged infrastructure, betting on it to fulfill their long-term mission-critical datacenter and application needs. With HCI vendors rapidly expanding their offerings and services, how do you begin to evaluate which one will simplify and optimize your IT organization for years to come?

With the overabundance of vendors within a growing HCI sphere, IT decision makers can have a difficult time evaluating which solution is right for their organization. Gartner’s Magic Quadrant helps dissect HCI vendors based on various criteria. Gartner predicts as much as 20 percent of business-critical applications currently deployed on 3-tier infrastructure will transition to hyperconverged infrastructure by 2020.

We have partnered with Leaders in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for their most recent ratings in hyperconverged infrastructure. This provides our team of experts the luxury of leveraging the industry’s very best products in delivering superior IT outcomes for your organization.

Cisco’s HyperFlex offers a variety of flexible hyperconverged infrastructure configurations engineered on their UCS platform. Hyperflex allows users ability to scale nodes, computing, and capacity independently as needs evolve. HyperFlex unifies fabric network and computing technology in this next-generation platform.

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There's a reason more than two-thirds of those who adopt hyperconverged choose VMware. With the most users in production worldwide, the richest ecosystem in the industry, and the broadest set of deployment options, VMware provides the only enterprise-proven, complete HCI stack that puts you on the path to hybrid cloud.

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NetApp hyperconverged infrastructure allows users to transform their organization to unleash the power of hybrid clouds. Reduce costs with the enterprise-scale, hybrid cloud infrastructure. Optimize and run multiple apps with guaranteed performance across private, public, hybrid and multicloud environments.

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Nutanix pioneered HCI and continues to evolve the industry. Increased demands of applications and the rapid pace of modern business threaten to put legacy IT, containing separate storage networks, and servers at risk. Today, the silos created by traditional datacenter infrastructure often present barriers to progress.

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Transform Your IT Organization and Control Your Hybrid Cloud Experience.

Today, modern IT organizations all over the globe are shifting their talent and resources away from standalone networking, storage and server systems and pivoting towards converged infrastructure solutions that offer higher levels of automation, and by many, are now seen as the next phase in the datacenter market’s life cycle. Is it time you learned more about what hyperconverged infrastructure can do for your IT organization?

The Benefits of Hyperconvergence

Hyperconverged infrastructure incorporates technology and data elements like virtualization, compute, storage, and networking in a singular cluster or configuration, and serves to simplify your datacenter complexity. Hyperconverged platforms include a hypervisor for virtualized computing, software-defined storage, and virtualized networking. Easier promotion of digital transformation: Due to its non-disruptive implementation, you’re able to phase in new architecture, and phase out old architecture as needed utilizing building block-style efficiency and adaptability.