What Are the Benefits of Hyperconvergence?
By combining all the elements of a traditional datacenter into a single architecture, hyperconvergence helps many businesses achieve superior performance, resiliency, and protection. Additional benefits of hyperconvergence include:
Hyperconverged infrastructure is incredibly agile, enabling businesses to easily expand as demands increase. They can scale up or scale out their infrastructure by simply adding more nodes, without having to worry about deploying additional hardware, or storage/compute capacity.
With HCI, storage, network and compute are all virtualized, enabling operations and upgrades to be facilitated via automation and centralized management. With everything under a single umbrella, HCI removes complexities within the datacenter, allowing for simple upgrades and scaling, and also reduces the number of IT vendors you have to work with.
Hyperconverged infrastructure is affordable, because it runs on low-cost commodity hardware, versus expensive legacy hardware used in traditional datacenter architecture. It decreases CAPEX and OPEX spending by limiting physical hardware requirements (i.e. power, cooling, space) and the amount of bandwidth needed to operate. It also reduces the need to hire specialist IT support to manage the system, which can be pricey.
StorMagic Recognised in Gartner Magic Quadrant
for Hyperconverged Infrastructure