Hyper-converged vs. traditional storage: Differences defined

Assessing Hyper-converged Infrastructures Based on Feature Capabilities

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Contemporary hyper-converged infrastructures vary substantially—both from each other and from traditional storage systems. With the emergence of new systems that better orchestrate storage and compute resources, scale horizontally, and have the elasticity to adjust to changing workloads, HCI architecture warrants another look under the hood.

In this expert guide, 20-year industry veteran Jacob Gsoedl demonstrates how hyper-converged systems differ from traditional systems, and provides insights into their unique capabilities like real-time deduplication and data recovery, ecosystem integration, and more.

Read on to get a run-down of the top considerations buyers should have on their checklist for evaluating, purchasing, and deploying these storage systems.

Vendor:
Pure Storage
Posted:
14 Aug 2017
Published:
10 Aug 2017
Format:
PDF
Length:
15 Page(s)
Type:
eGuide
Language:
English
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