Taming the VM complexity: Converged vs. hyper-converged storage

Converged vs. Hyper-converged Storage: Which Method Is Best?

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Virtualization has made managing operating systems and applications far simpler, but added its own complexity with hypervisors and storage networks. And as the number of virtual machines (VMs) exploded, so did the complexity of the infrastructure required to support VMs. To tame this complexity and simplify VM management, users have two options: converged vs. hyper-converged storage.

In this e-guide, you will examine the differences between converged vs. hyper-converged storage—such as IT integration approaches and limitations, and which environments each best suits. Access this exclusive guide now to additionally learn to minimize risk and mitigate disruption during hyper-converged migration. 

Vendor:
SimpliVity
Posted:
24 Feb 2016
Published:
19 Feb 2016
Format:
PDF
Length:
11 Page(s)
Type:
eGuide
Language:
English
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