Scale Computing is a leader in edge computing, virtualization, and hyperconverged solutions for customers around the globe. Scale Computing HC3® software eliminates the need for traditional virtualization software, disaster recovery software, servers, and shared storage, replacing these with a fully integrated, highly available system for running applications. Using patented HyperCore™ technology, the HC3 self-healing platform automatically identifies, mitigates, and corrects problems in the infrastructure in real-time, enabling applications to achieve maximum uptime even when local IT resources and staff are scarce. - Gartner - Spiceworks - TechValidate - Trust Radias City of Noblesville HC3 Success Story Disaster Recovery Whitepaper
A Better Way of Doing IT Scale Computing is doubling down on bringing its hyper-converged infrastructure appliances out to the edge. The vendor launched a new line of appliances designed largely for use in small sites without IT staff, such as grocery stores and retail chains. The HE500 series is a set of right-sized HCI appliances that provide enterprise-class features to remote locations and boost edge computing capabilities with disaster recovery. Each HE500 appliance model can be deployed quickly, managed locally or remotely, and is fitted with self-healing technology to provide almost instant failover and minimal downtime. In addition, the HE500 series provides a low-cost option for disaster recovery infrastructure that is easy to deploy, easy-to-use, and runs disaster recovery workloads reliably. “Unlike other HCI solutions that reserve large compute resources to run their Virtual Storage Appliances, the HE500 series takes advantage of the efficient, hypervisor-embedded HC3 storage stack to free up RAM and CPU for running workloads. This dramatically lowers the hardware and software investment needed to provide high availability to edge workloads.” Eric Slack, senior analyst, Evaluator Group. The Scale Computing HE500 line includes three 1U racks and two 1U towers, all available as all-flash or hybrid storage. HE500 nodes use the same base hardware and HyperCore software as the Linux-based Scale Computing HC3 hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) systems. The "E" in HE500 designates the new gear's intended use in edge deployments remotely managed in a core data center. Pricing starts at $5,500 per node and $16,500 for a three-node cluster. Check Out Their Awards!