The future of storage is here. Hyperconvergence is the ideal architecture for the software-defined data center, leveraging the hypervisor to deliver compute, networking, and storage from a single x86 server platform to create a tightly integrated, building block approach to IT infrastructure. HCI allows datacenters to operate with agility on a highly scalable, cost-effective infrastructure that delivers enterprise-class performance, numerous deployment choices, end-to-end integration and lower TCO.
VMware vSphere and VMware Virtual SAN are the core software technologies of VMware’s HCI solutions, seamlessly integrated into a single layer of software that abstracts compute, storage, and networking resources to deliver hyper-converged infrastructure. Unique to VMware HCI is a hypervisor-centric architecture that not only converges hardware, eliminating the need for purpose-built storage appliances, but also converges the software stack in a single layer.
Learn more about why hyperconvergence is the future of storage in this three-part webcast series. Click here to register today!
October 20, 2015 at 1PM EST
Speaker: Parag Patel, Vice President of Worldwide Sales for Software-Defined Storage
October 27, 2015 at 1PM EST
Speakers: Parag Patel, Vice President of Worldwide Sales for Software-Defined Storage and Bo Bolander, Senior Systems Engineer at VMware
November 3, 2015 at 1PM EST
Rawlinson Rivera, Principal Architect, Office of the CTO at VMware