Promoted | The rapid growth of hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) has been driven by its ease of use – but it also came with limitations. Those limitations are fixed in HCI 2.0.
Promoted | When PetSure, a company with 400-plus employees, had to start working remotely due to Covid-19, switching to HCI 2.0 helped pave the way for a future-proofed IT infrastructure.
Promoted | HCI 1.0 is only good for businesses with unlimited budgets and limited imagination for risk, or, for that matter, opportunity. Fortunately, innovation has risen to the occasion. Say hello to HCI 2.0.
Promoted | Nutanix has taken the top questions it’s been asked over the years, and compiled this free-to-download e-book, for anyone trying to understand HCI and its potential impact.
Promoted | HCI 2.0 from Hewlett Packard Enterprise is an intelligent platform that disaggregates compute and storage, and integrates hyperconverged control for simple management on a flexible architecture.
Promoted | Nutanix’s third annual survey finds hybrid cloud to be the ideal IT operating model.
Promoted | Top-performing small and mid-sized businesses understand that technology plays a key role in their success. For these businesses, IT spending is part of their growth and success plan, not a grudge purchase.
Promoted | The problem? The first generation of hyperconverged infrastructure often forces an unacceptable trade-off between performance and simplicity. The solution? HPE HCI 2.0.
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