HCI: Embracing the infrastructure- to workload-centric shift

The Transformational Power of Hyper-Converged Infrastructure


The data center has not escaped the massive economy shift from hardware-based to software-based: infrastructure-centric thinking has now evolved to workload-centric thinking. Because of this, the silos previously separating compute, management, and storage are now barriers to agility, requiring a complex series of requests and permissions to get things done.

Here’s how to eliminate these legacy difficulties: Read on to delve into the hyper-converged approach to data center architecture, which institutes a flexible design to:

  • Deliver cost-effective capacity for a wide range of workloads
  • Provide a unified set of tools and a single operational experience
  • Execute health checks for hardware compatibility, storage utilization
  • And more 



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VMware & Intel
26 Sep 2017
30 Sep 2016
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