6 features of souped-up HCI from Hitachi
IT in 2020: Adapting to the “New Normal” of Work From Home
In the absence of high-performance technology, critical applications are deployed with excess compute and storage resources to meet performance SLAs.
And since legacy storage architectures were never meant to take advantage of massive parallel processing which improves performance, IT teams need to streamline their setups while reducing operational expenditure.
The hyperconverged Hitachi Unified Compute Platform HC, enabled with Intel Optane solid-state disk (SSD), is an all-NVMe HCI that can replace struggling legacy architecture.
Check out this white paper to learn 6 key features that contribute to its high performance, high resource utilization, and lower costs.