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Hyper-converged infrastructure vs traditional: the pitfalls and benefits of a storage move
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In this e-guide we give an overview to buying hyper-converged in which we dig into its benefits, such as ease of deployment, resource efficiency, low Opex costs and reduced use of datacentre space. But we also look at the potential pitfalls that include the difficulties of troubleshooting in a tightly-layered environment.
Table Of Contents
- How to buy hyper-converged infrastructure
- The pitfalls of hyper-converged infrastructure and how to avoid them
- Hyper-converged infrastructure vs NAS and SAN shared storage
- SAN vs NAS vs hyper-converged for virtual machine storage