Provided by: Dell
Topic: Data Centers
Over the past few years, to reduce cost and to improve time-to-value, converged infrastructure systems – the integration of compute, networking and storage - have been readily adopted by large enterprise users.Traditionally these converged infrastructure systems have been built using a three-tier architecture; where compute, networking and storage, while integrated together in same rack, still consisted of best-in-breed standalone devices.
Enter HyperConvergence, where the three-tier architecture has been collapsed into a single system that is purpose-built for virtualization.
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