Hyper-converged Infrastructure is a transformational approach that combines simplicity and scale-out by eliminating dedicated storage nodes while also providing data resiliency via distributed storage software. By coupling network operating system, Linux, with hyper-converged systems, businesses can break free from the traditional siloed approach and can simplify and aggregate compute and storage resources. With increased adoption of off-the-shelf hardware, open networking and hyper-converged have pulled intelligence into the software layer, making it easy for the operators to realizes their software-defined data-centre dreams.
Backup and Recovery
More and more IT organizations recognize the importance and value of protecting business critical applications and IT infrastructure against downtime and data loss. To achieve this, ‘proven and reliable’ strategies for backup and restore need to be in place, and has become an essential component in information security and crisis preparedness. Backups make sure electronic data is copied, while restore is about bringing backup data back as per requirement. These tasks are ignored at times but are essential for emergency response.
The workplace is undergoing a dramatic evolution in the way people work, communicate, interact and conduct business. Businesses must be able to collaborate anytime, anywhere. With this evolution, companies can enable breakthrough levels of collaboration, innovation and productivity. Employees want to work anywhere, anytime and on any device. The sweeping adoption of social media is driving higher expectations for technology in the workplace and changing the dynamic between companies and their customers.
Virtualization is a surprisingly simple concept…at least in theory. The simple explanation is that you create a virtual version of something that’s generally used for some type of execution. For example, if you were to partition a basic hard drive to create two hard drives, then they would be two ‘virtualized hard drives,’ as the hardware is technically a single hard drive that was digitally separated into two.
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