SearchConverged analyzes HCI architectures based on scalability
According to Arun Taneja, founder of the Taneja Group, the era of traditional storage arrays is rapidly coming to an end. It is cost prohibitive, if not impossible, to build web-scale, scale-out infrastructures with hardware- and silo-centric storage. Enter hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI)—the maturation and evolving nature of which should not be ignored.
From the experts at SearchConvergedInfrastructure.com, this guide assesses several types of HCI architectures based on featured capabilities—including cost model, data protection, and resiliency. Read on to see the analysis, as well as to answer the burning question, “Why is the HCI definition so varied?”