Infrastructure Management

Rack-Scale Converged Infrastructure with Hedvig and HPE

Provided by Hedvig

Category Infrastructure Management

Type White Paper

Length 4

Publish Date May 30 2017

Date posted July 17 2017

Overview

ESG recently provided their take on the Hedvig and HPE bundled solution. This paper provides data on the rack-scale infrastructure market and analysis of the joint solution.

According to ESG: "As businesses become increasingly digitally dependent, data centers designed with more traditional architectures struggle to keep pace. While the scale of data is an ever-present challenge, recently it is velocity - the pace of that scale - that generates the most consternation. Emerging software-defined storage (SDS) technology aids with greater flexibility in hardware selection and more efficient alignment to the application, but deployment speed can still be an issue. One innovator in SDS, Hedvig, has partnered with HPE to deliver its SDS technology as part of a rack-scale converged infrastructure solution. Combined, Hedvig and HPE offer the hardware flexibility of SDS with the next-level simplicity and expedited deployment of converged infrastructur."

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