An Overview of Hyperconvergence SDS as a Wholesale Solution

December 27, 2018 / GuidesFor Team

Hyperconvergence started as a software-defined-storage solution. It has since evolved further to cover computing and networking resources. Today, an infrastructure is not considered hyperconvergent unless it contains at least all three elements.
Scalability in software storage is always a good thing. But hyperconvergence is much more than that. According to Stratoscale, it saves companies millions of dollars while increasing overall efficiency.The article talks about hyperconvergence as a whole infrastructure and not just a glorified storage solution. It starts with a short history of how the need for an agile infrastructure led to hyperconvergence and cloud computing in their  current forms and how both are helping organizations.
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Read the source article at Forsythe FOCUS Magazine Online

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