Dispelling the Hyper-Converged Myths

Comparing Hyper-Convergence to Dedicated Architectures Increasingly, organizations are being asked to look at hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) as a way to become more cloud-like in their delivery of IT services. IT infrastructure is essentially made up of three basic components; compute, network and storage. HCI vendors combine all of these components into a single product offering… Read more »

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Scaling Next-Gen Workload Deployment With Cisco MDS 9000 and IntelliFlash

With the unrelenting pace of innovation in the data center, raising levels of operational efficiency gets more complicated as you need to handle exponential levels of data and add more applications and services. More time is spent on deployment, configuration, and troubleshooting tasks to maintain service-level agreements and keep up with demands. With organizations spending… Read more »

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TLAs or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Three Letter Acronyms

I recall when I first started my previous engagement I was joining a huge global organization through an acquisition and I was constantly being bombarded with acronyms—Three Letter Acronyms (TLAs). I was drinking from the fire hose, confused and struggling to keep up. I imagine some of you out there are having the same challenges… Read more »

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