What should you be looking for in a HCI solution for the edge?
Independent analysts DCIG compare two market leaders
Retail outlets. Remote offices. Oil rigs. Small and remote locations like these represent the new sources of data that will drive current and future business decisions. They also characterize the types of locations into which enterprises will deploy solutions that will gather, protect and process the data generated there.
To perform these tasks requires a solution that aligns with the various, specific challenges of edge sites. Remote sites and small datacenters all generally need solutions that meet the following requirements by providing:
- Affordable entry-level price points
- Highly available configurations
- Minimal or no staff time needed for maintenance and support
- Abundant performance and storage capacity
- Options to add more compute or storage as needed.
Our upcoming webinar features independent analyst Jerome Wendt from research firm DCIG who will examine the suitability of two hyperconverged solutions for edge and remote and branch office (ROBO) environments. He will compare Scale Computing’s HC3 hyperconverged infrastructure range against one of its many competitors, StorMagic SvSAN, in an honest, impartial discussion. Jerome will discuss how the two solutions were compared, where each has its strengths and weaknesses and how suitable each is within an edge or ROBO environment.
This webinar should be used by organizations looking to evaluate both solutions in an impartial light. Although the webinar is hosted by StorMagic, this should not be used to pre-judge the nature and direction of what will be a frank and honest discussion.
The webinar is now available on demand. Complete the form opposite to watch. The webinar recording also comes with a link to the presentation slides.