Many businesses and organisations are faced with the challenge of increasing performance, efficiency and resiliency whilst lowering costs and complexity. Hyperconvergence presents a single solution to this problem.
Hyperconvergence is the next step in virtualisation. According to Gartner, nearly 40% of the integrated systems market will be hyperconverged infrastructure by 2019. And it is easy to see why –
- servers, storage and virtualisation in one
- easily scalable and suitable for any size network
- reliable and cost-efficient
This technology strategy promises simplicity, easy management and takes a modular building block approach to integration.
We realise the move away from the current understanding of traditional server and storage architectures can be daunting. However, a number of new vendors have introduced products that deliver efficient, high density computing power and storage to improve upon legacy data centre infrastructure.
This development has not been overlooked by mainstream suppliers such as Lenovo and Dell. The combination of first in class hyperconvergence from Pivot 3 built upon the performance and reliability of Lenovo has quickly become a popular choice amongst IT professionals. Clients specifically like the storage efficiency that vSTAC delivers quoted at 94% usable capacity without resorting to data replication.