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.