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Hyper-converged vs. Converged IT Infrastructures Explained

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The days of cobbling together makeshift data center systems and wrestling with complex hardware, software, and data integration are waning fast. But in some cases, the transition from traditionally integrated infrastructures to converged and hyper-converged ones could be difficult.

For example, an app running on a traditional server might not be able to access storage in a converged system.

This e-guide illustrates the difference between converged and hyper-converged infrastructures. By reading on, you’ll discover the benefits achieved by implementing converged IT, including:

  • Improved server and data center consolidation projects
  • Simplified data protection and disaster preparedness
  • Support for new deployments for VDI
  • And more 
Vendor:
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Posted:
21 Aug 2017
Published:
15 Aug 2017
Format:
PDF
Length:
7 Page(s)
Type:
eGuide
Language:
English
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