Hyper-converged infrastructure: You’ve heard of it. So what’s the big deal?

August 1, 2018

What's the value of hyper-converged infrastructure? See the top 5 reasons to modernize IT with hyper-converged systems.

  1. Reduce data center footprint

Adding numerous servers and storage units to support rapid expansion can lead to data center sprawl. Move to a hyper-converged solution to bring together the disparate infrastructure elements that power IT applications for an environmentally friendly option that takes up much less space.

  1. Simplify system management

As your infrastructure grows, any cost savings you gain from commoditized hardware is quickly overshadowed by the complexity of managing and supporting disparate systems. Go hyper-converged and centralize operations management from a single pane of glass for faster, simpler IT.

  1. Automate operations

Streamline operations through automation with a hyper-converged infrastructure that is self-contained, fully integrated and provided by one vendor. Start automating time-consuming tasks and processes so you can free up your IT staff to focus on driving innovation and improving time-to-market for new services.

  1. Support rapid provisioning

Move to hyper-converged IT and rapidly provision new systems and virtual machines at the speed today’s digitally-driven customers demand. The larger your organization, the more relevant rapid provisioning becomes so you can continuously meet expectations while staying within your IT budget.

  1. Improve data protection

Enhance data protection with the centralized nature of hyper-converged infrastructure that offers built-in security and data handling policies. Respond to issues quickly using a centralized console with data protection, backup and recovery integrated into the infrastructure.


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