Hyper-converged infrastructure

Hyper-converged infrastructure replaces discrete server, storage and networking equipment and puts it all in one box that is pre-configured for easy deployment. Usually, hyper-converged appliances come with a built-in virtualisation hypervisor plus scale-out capability so that nodes can be added to scale capacity and performance easily.

News : Hyper-converged infrastructure

  • April 12, 2021 12 Apr'21

    Ctera KubeFiler to bring Kubernetes storage to its cloud gateways

    KubeFiler uses the container storage interface to allow Kubernetes to access persistent storage as if it were from a local NAS device, and while keeping existing access profiles

  • April 06, 2021 06 Apr'21

    Bank BJB Syariah taps DevOps

    Indonesia’s Bank Jabar Banten Syariah is adopting DevOps and microservices to speed up delivery of applications

  • April 05, 2021 05 Apr'21

    How Lenovo is tackling HCI workloads

    Lenovo has teamed up with AMD to address mission-critical workloads such as in-memory databases as APAC organisations look beyond VDI in their hyperconverged infrastructure deployments

  • February 17, 2021 17 Feb'21

    IXsystems: TrueNAS gets hyper-convergence

    TrueNAS has added hyper-converged functionality to NAS and aims at the edge use cases left behind in the rush to the cloud

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