Hyper-convergence is your data centre in a box, an all-inclusive hardware and software package to manage your business.
Earlier this year, Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced HPE Nimble Storage dHCI, a new hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) solution built on ProLiant servers and Nimble storage arrays. Profoundly coined, it’s a solution that delivers the flexibility of converged with the simplicity of HCI.
But what does that entail exactly?
To help educate the market, EMPR Solutions have compiled an A-Z list of everything an organisation needs to know about dHCI. Enjoy!
Hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI), what is it exactly? Hyper-convergence is a single vendor computing infrastructure for virtual workloads. To be a little more specific, it’s one that seamlessly combines all of the IT components and services below the hypervisor into an x86 building block. It means you have no silos of independent IT components/hardware, and you also have no need for specialised training in component-level technology. Read more
Technology is everywhere in the modern age, including small business where it is vital to stay updated to remain competitive.
You have no doubt heard the hype about Software Defined Infrastructure (SDI). While it has many advantages, it can have an effect on an organisation’s infrastructure, operations, investment and overall IT strategy. We take a close look at how software-defined infrastructure is changing the shape of the way we work across many different industries.
When you are setting up or upgrading existing IT operations in small business, there are many new technologies and considerations to factor in.
Here is your ultimate checklist to ensure all your IT needs are met and that your data and business operations are secure and available to access by all staff members.
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