H - Definitions

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    HC3 (HyperCore 3)

    HC3 (HyperCore 3) is a hyper-converged appliance from Scale Computing.

  • Hitachi Data Systems (HDS)

    Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) is a data storage systems provider.

  • HP OneView

    HP OneView is a converged infrastructure management platform that provides a unified interface for the administration of software-defined systems in a data center.

  • Huawei Technologies

    Huawei is a Chinese information and communications technology (ICT) company that specializes in telecommunications equipment.

  • hyper-converged appliance

    A hyper-converged appliance is a hardware device that provides multiple data center management technologies within a single box.

  • hyper-converged network

    A hyper-converged network is a network that combines compute and storage network resources into a single preconfigured stack, server or brick with heavy use of virtualization. Typically, a hyper-converged network is built on server hardware that uses virtualized storage, unifying all hard disks or SSD’s into a single storage stack.

  • hyper-converged software

    Hyper-converged software is a type of virtualization platform that turns a commodity server into a hyper-converged appliance that includes compute, storage and server virtualization in one box.

  • hyper-converged storage

    Hyper-converged storage is a technology that combines storage, compute, networking and virtualization technologies in one physical unit that is managed as a single system.

  • hyper-convergence

    Hyper-convergence (hyperconvergence) is a type of infrastructure system with a software-centric architecture that tightly integrates compute, storage, networking and virtualization resources and other technologies from scratch in a commodity hardware box supported by a single vendor.

  • HyperGrid

    HyperGrid is a cloud computing provider that offers Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) and application management services. To support the DevOps movement which breaks down the silos between software development and operations teams, HyperGrid can provide support for application lifecycle management (ALM) as well as virtual machine (VM), bare metal and container deployments.

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