Converged and Hyper-Converged Infrastructure can be distinguished from the traditional data center silos, but they each have different characteristics; one being more customizable than the other.
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Converged Infrastructure

Converged infrastructure combines server and storage components into a single appliance. It is a pre-configured bundle of hardware and software in a single unit which ensures compatibility and easy management. If required, the technologies in the converged infrastructure can be separated and used independently.

Hyper-Converged Infrastructure

Hyper-convergence grew out of the concept of converged infrastructure. It includes the same four aspects that come with converged infrastructure i.e. compute, storage, networking and server virtualization; but sometimes it can also add more customizable software components, including backup software, snapshot capabilities, data deduplication, inline compression, WAN optimization and much more.

Brands that offer Converged/Hyper-converged Solutions

Discover the various Brands and the relationship we have with them to better understand the solutions we can provide together.

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