Two Alternative Use Cases for Hyperconverged Infrastructure

  September 25, 2016 Hyperconverged infrastructure is a radical shift in data center planning and design. Normally, the core elements of a data center—computing, storage, and networking—are all separate components and separate pieces of hardware. In a hyperconverged infrastructure, however, all those elements are combined into a single box. That’s a huge change from the … Continue reading Two Alternative Use Cases for Hyperconverged Infrastructure