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Hyper-converged market offers all-in-one infrastructure
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Hyper-converged storage systems have made their mark as a cost-effective, simple-to-deploy storage option for use cases such as virtual desktop infrastructure and remote offices. However, hyper-convergence hasn't yet taken larger enterprises by storm. This could be due to some drawbacks of the technology -- capacity and performance are often required to be scaled together, and many enterprises are concerned about vendor lock-in. However, vendors in today's hyper-converged market are addressing these problems with new systems to push the technology farther mainstream. For example, many vendors offer several configurations of their products, while hyper-converged software and all-flash versions are also emerging on the market.
This handbook will provide an overview of the hyper-converged market as it stands today to help you decide whether the technology might be beneficial to your environment.
Table Of Contents
- Hyper-converged systems rise above the hype
- Hyper-convergence comes in several flavors
- Seven tips for picking a hyper-converged system
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