MTI Datacentre Hyper-Converged Infrastructure

Hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) collapses compute, management and storage onto industry-standard x86 servers, enabling a building-block approach to the Software-Defined Datacentre (SDDC). With HCI, all key datacentre functions run as software on the hypervisor in a tightly integrated software layer.

Traditional infrastructure can’t keep up with modern demands. That’s why organisations around the world are adopting hyper-converged Infrastructure (HCI). HCI helps enterprises prepare for a software-defined future with an agile, cost-effective model that can easily adapt to changing needs.

Technology is changing and evolving at an ever-increasing pace – processors are getting smaller and faster, storage is getting larger and faster – and these changes affect us all in different ways, especially in how we consume technology.

As technology changes, organisations are also undertaking business transformation – IT teams are moving away from hardware-centric silos towards an infrastructure that provides business-centric services to support the demands of the organisation.

MTI’s Solution

HCI can accelerate the implementation and delivery of IT resources. The main drivers are:

• Starting small and scaling efficiently and easily

• Simplifying operations with software-driven automation and lifecycle management

• It’s flexible enough to adapt to technology changes

• Provides better overall business value and lower TCO

• Modernise the datacentre using standardised building blocks to provide the agility and economics of the public cloud within the customer’s datacentre

The industry has come a long way since the large mainframe servers of the past and infrastructure technology is constantly evolving. With this in mind, MTI is at the forefront of delivering solutions comprising of the latest IT trends, ensuring your business stays ahead of the curve.

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    Hardware-centric compute and storage solutions are costly to scale, which means most organisations rely on overprovisioning – an expensive and inefficient way to meet changing demands. Not only are these solutions hard on the budget, they also slow teams down.

    It takes days, even weeks, to scale up compute and storage using hardware, which puts IT at risk of losing or disappointing users and falling behind the competition.