Scale Computing Keeps Storage Simple and Efficient

Hyperconvergence is the combination of storage, compute, and virtualization. In a traditional virtualization architecture, combining these three components from different vendors can be complex and unwieldy without the right number of experts and administrators. When hyperconverged into a single solution, the complexity can be eliminated, if done correctly. At Scale Computing we looked at the traditional […]

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The King is Dead. Long Live the King!

With a title like Death by 1,000 cuts: Mainstream storage array supplies are bleeding, I couldn’t help but read Chris Mellor’s article on the decline of traditional storage arrays.  It starts off just as strong with: Great beasts can be killed by a 1,000 cuts, bleeding to death from the myriad slashes in their bodies […]

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The King is Dead. Long Live the King!

With a title like Death by 1,000 cuts: Mainstream storage array supplies are bleeding, I couldn’t help but read Chris Mellor’s article on the decline of traditional storage arrays.  It starts off just as strong with: Great beasts can be killed by a 1,000 cuts, bleeding to death from the myriad slashes in their bodies […]

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The King is Dead. Long Live the King!

With a title like Death by 1,000 cuts: Mainstream storage array supplies are bleeding, I couldn’t help but read Chris Mellor’s article on the decline of traditional storage arrays.  It starts off just as strong with: Great beasts can be killed by a 1,000 cuts, bleeding to death from the myriad slashes in their bodies […]

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The King is Dead. Long Live the King!

With a title like Death by 1,000 cuts: Mainstream storage array supplies are bleeding, I couldn’t help but read Chris Mellor’s article on the decline of traditional storage arrays.  It starts off just as strong with: Great beasts can be killed by a 1,000 cuts, bleeding to death from the myriad slashes in their bodies […]

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The King is Dead. Long Live the King!

With a title like Death by 1,000 cuts: Mainstream storage array supplies are bleeding, I couldn’t help but read Chris Mellor’s article on the decline of traditional storage arrays.  It starts off just as strong with: Great beasts can be killed by a 1,000 cuts, bleeding to death from the myriad slashes in their bodies […]

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