December 28, 2018 / GuidesFor Team
When affordable third-party public cloud offerings came out from the biggest names in IT, it began a downward trend for on-premises virtual machines set-up. According to ZDNet, the three biggest providers of public cloud are Google, Microsoft, and Amazon. We can pretty much believe that those companies can afford the latest hardware and the best talent to keep our data safe and secure. Having big name backing for cloud technology is bad for on-premises virtual machines. However, there are still companies who have invested too much in on-premises data centers or simply trust themselves more than any multi-billion dollar big IT brand. This article is about hyperconvergence being the on-premises virtual machine evolution to match the capabilities of big name public cloud.
– Miyagi Kazuki
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