The Next Step in the Enterprise IT, Hyper-Scale Computing (HSC)

The Next Step in the Enterprise IT, Hyper-Scale Computing (HSC)
To date, deploying enterprise computing has meant using three tier systems, storage arrays and networking. Many companies saw the need to remove costly integration costs and devised “converged infrastructure” (CI). CI has given way Hyper Converged Infrastructure (HCI). HCI brought new densities and deployment models with the advent of the Software Defined Datacenter (SDDC). HCI required even greater emphasis on the... Read More

Hyper Converged Confusion

Hyper Converged Confusion
  Hyper Converged Confusion In the early days of HCI several vendors packaged up several technologies such as VMware VDI, deployed the software on low cost 2U 4 node (8 socket) servers and touted how many virtual desktops they could run. This appeared to be a very cost effective approach to achieving a small data center footprint with high performance. Hyper-converged... Read More

vHPC, Data Analytics and NVMe

vHPC, Data Analytics and NVMe
Companies are generating more data than they can store let alone analyze. Coupled with new devices which generate data outside the customers enterprise and the need for application flexibility where new analytical app’s can be rapidly stood up to cull nuggets from petabytes it is rather obvious that we need a new architecture and technologies to support data analytics. At... Read More