Provided by DELL EMC & INTEL®
Category Database Software
Type White Paper
Publish Date February 10 2016
Date posted September 15 2016
HCI consists of a nodal-based architecture whereby all the required virtualized compute, storage, and networking assets are self-contained inside individual nodes. These nodes are, in effect, discrete virtualized computing resources “in a box.”
However, they are typically grouped together to provide resiliency, high performance, and flexible resource pooling. And since HCI appliances can scale out to large configurations over time, these systems can provide businesses with investment protection and a simpler, more agile, and cost-effective way to deploy virtualized computing infrastructure.
Another important attribute of HCI is ease of management. With minimal training, HCI systems can typically be mastered by the veteran administrator or the IT novice alike.
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