Hyper Converged Infrastructure
Hyper-converged infrastructure is a software-defined infrastructure approach that seamlessly combines compute, storage, and data services in a single solution running on industry-standard x86 systems, with the intention of running virtualized and/or containerized workloads.
Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI) enables compute, storage, and networking functions to be decoupled from the underlying infrastructure, vastly improving infrastructure efficiency and lowering costs.
Technofast provides you industry-leading software-defined infrastructure solutions to reduce operational friction, offering a cloud-like experience across your entire infrastructure.
Reasons customer choose Hyper-Converged Infrastructure
Multiple sites running disparate platforms equals a genuine hassle for IT. A common hyper-converged infrastructure brings order to administration, support, deployment and data protection.
Protect and recover data
With a distributed model that replicates data across multiple nodes, HCI’s built-in redundancy minimises the impact of a lost node on your operations and simplifies disaster recovery.
Scale VDI resources and minimise user downtime
HCI’s dedupe and compression capabilities enable you to store more VMs, while data protection and replication get users back up and running faster with persistent desktops.
OUR STRATEGIC ALLIANCES
VxRail, XC series, and VxRack are examples of Hyper-Converged Infrastructure from Dell EMC
SimpliVity is an example of Hyper-Converged Infrastructure from HPE