Storage: Deciding the converged v hyper-converged debate

Converged v Hyper-converged Infrastructure Storage

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As the converged versus hyper-converged infrastructure debate rages on and you wrestle with your own decision, you need to pay attention to the storage layer that contains the physical components necessary to support data operations.

Both converged and hyper-converged infrastructure support storage capabilities in different ways, with CI being primarily hardware-based, and HCI being software-based. This will make a big difference in the integrated storage that your organization can receive.

This e-guide will help you evaluate both infrastructure approaches from the storage point-of-view and simplify your decision-making process.

Vendor:
Dell
Posted:
30 Aug 2017
Published:
28 Aug 2017
Format:
PDF
Length:
9 Page(s)
Type:
eGuide
Language:
English
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