What is Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI)?
Hyperconvergence is a software-defined system that combines traditional data center components of compute, storage, networking and management into a converged, virtualized system.
What are the benefits of Hyperconvergence?
Hyperconvergence has emerged as a way to manage these modern workloads that require massive data processing while minimizing the issues that come with working at the edge. HCI is designed as a ‘plug and play’ system that is easy to deploy and manage – virtual machines and software defined infrastructure make it easy to eliminate hefty infrastructure costs as well as the inherent network and configuration challenges often faced on the edge like laborious manual processes and lack of operational expertise.
Servers for Hyperconverged Infrastructure
The right equipment is needed to support optimum performance of HCI. HarshPro Servers are built rugged and engineered to work in harsh industrial environments, allowing hyperconvergence to push deeper into edge environments where there are waterproof or dustproof requirements. The servers are designed to work standalone or clustered in remote locations – providing elasticity at the edge and supporting functionality commonly used in data centers including automated provisioning and remote management, allowing HCI to work seamlessly whether across the cloud, on-prem or at the edge
HarshPro Servers are equipped with high capacity, high speed NVMe SSDs and multiple memory configurations enabling distributed cloud functionality and application containerization wherever you need it, and a server-class processor powered by Intel® Xeon® speeds up completion times to boost I/O operations.