Disaggregated Hyper-Converged Infrastructure Vs. Traditional HCI
SearchConvergedInfrastructure, March 17th, 2020
March 17, 2020,
Volume 264, Issue 3

A technical examination of what the pending demise of hyper-converged infrastructure 1.0 and rise of hyper-convergence 2.0 means for planning, buying, deployment and management

"Early on, hyper-converged infrastructure vendors marketed their products as low-cost, commodity computing platforms primarily designed for use in remote office/branch office or SMB environments. Since that time, hyper-convergence has grown up and will likely remain a fixture in the data center for a wide variety of use cases for the foreseeable future.

Hyper-converged platforms have also evolved with how they are purchased, deployed and managed. The clearest illustration of this evolution is the development of next-generation, disaggregated hyper-converged infrastructure products, also known as hyper-converged infrastructure 2.0 or HCI 2.0..."

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