Converged infrastructure

The converged infrastructure concept is finding favour with enterprises that want to move away from the traditional, horizontal datacentre hardware silos, and cut the time it takes to kit out their facilities. In a converged infrastructure stack, the required servers, storage and networking equipment are all packaged together in a single, software-defined package, which is usually optimised to run a specific workload or application.

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  • July 24, 2017 24 Jul'17

    What are Amazon Web Services’ Nordic plans?

    Amazon Web Services' head in the Nordic tells Computer Weekly about the region's increasing demand and use of the cloud

  • July 13, 2017 13 Jul'17

    The dawn of a new era for Dell EMC

    Dell EMC’s Paul Henaghan is no stranger to industry consolidation, having worked for tech companies that were acquired by Oracle and Software AG. Here, the president of Dell EMC in South Asia and Korea shares what it is doing to streamline its ...

  • July 03, 2017 03 Jul'17

    Dutch bank cuts compliance data retrieval from weeks to hours

    Rabobank has moved from tape libraries and robotic arms to a platform-based storage and retrieval system to help it comply with regulations

  • June 28, 2017 28 Jun'17

    Nutanix makes hybrid cloud push with Calm and Xi Cloud

    Hyper-converged pioneer to extend on-premise OS to the cloud with plans to span the datacentre and public cloud using Calm, plus forthcoming hybrid cloud services via Xi Cloud

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