As companies race to replace outdated legacy systems with a simpler more manageable infrastructure, hyperconvergence has emerged as the solution. Here’s 5 reasons why you should consider hyperconverged infrastructure for your business:
1. Reduced data centre footprint
Hyperconverged infrastructure takes up much less space than a traditional data centre, because there’s less hardware and what hardware exists is consolidated into a single stack so there’s no disparate elements lying around.
2. Simplified system management
Because all the elements within the hyperconverged infrastructure are designed to work together, it’s possible to manage everything using one tool or console. This includes storage, networking and virtualisation elements.
3. Automate operations
Streamline your operations and free up resources with automation. Automate time-consuming administration and analytics tasks. Enjoy superior uptime and eliminate failure – by design, one node failure won’t bring down VMs.
4. Support rapid provisioning
Rapidly provision new systems and keep up with the pace of digital change. Hyperconverged infrastructure meets the demands of today’s digital economy, allowing you to continuously meet expectations without blowing your IT budget.
5. Improve data protection
Whether it’s because of GDPR or user concern, data protection matters. With HCI, you can enhance data protection with built-in security and data handling policies. You can respond to issues quickly and create a higher level of resilience.
Hyperconverged infrastructure – it’s hyper scalable and hyper simple
Forget what you know about legacy hardware. Hyperconverged infrastructure can replace all of it with one infrastructure to run any workload.
Take control with the fully integrated, preconfigured and pre-tested Dell EMC VXRail which is designed for VMWare environments from the ground up.
Enjoy easy deployment and simple management, not to mention maximum uptime and scalability. Add nodes to increase its functionality and expand your stack to meet the needs of your organisation as it grows.