Growing Pains with Hyperconvergence Infrastructure

December 28, 2018 / GuidesFor Team

Hyperconvergence Infrastructure (HCI) is a persistent storage holy grail. It is scalable, secure (as much as anything digital can be secured), reliable, and agile.  Like everything else in the real world, marketing talks too much about the good points and tries its best to hide the bad points. HCI, like all things, have problems when actually implemented.According to Data Center Journal, HCI adoption is low. It is in the single digits. That is because of holistic third-party cloud solutions with lower costs of ownership are easier to maintain and more popular with professionals. The article is about the ugly truth of hyperconvergence. It goes past the marketing positioning and talks about the potential pitfalls of HCI ownership. – Miyagi Kazuki

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