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Software-based HCI is more flexible than appliances

Implementing a software-based hyper-converged platform can make it easier to scale components separately, but it has drawbacks as well, like multiple support sources.


How hyper-converged secondary storage fits in the HCI world

When converged secondary storage was added to hyper-convergence products, a new market sector was created that reduced the complexity of managing data retention systems.


Evaluate options for secondary storage in convergence

Secondary storage vendors have been offering converged technologies and products for a few years now, and the systems have become more feature-rich and cloud-capable.


Datrium switches CEO, pitches DVX as enterprise HCI

Datrium approaches HCI in a nontraditional way, but its DVX architecture combines compute and storage while pumping up its data protection capabilities.

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

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