Converged vs. HCI storage: Our experts unveil the divergence

Converged vs. Hyper-converged Infrastructure: The Bottom Line

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Critical to supporting data operations, at the heart of any converged vs. hyper-converged infrastructure debate are the physical components in the storage layer. Even though storage drives the system architecture, regardless of implementation type, CI and HCI take different approaches to how they deliver that storage.  

In this guide, contributors from SearchConvergedInfrastructure lay out the differences between converged and hyper-converged infrastructure storage. Read on to finally get the bottom line from our experts on the divergence between CI and HCI storage, with specific appliance examples. 

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