The Next Generation of Converged Infrastructure: Hyper-Convergence
Information Technology has been and ever evolving as a vital and integral part of every business plan. From multi-national corporations who maintain mainframe systems and databases to small businesses that own a single computer, IT plays a role. The reasons for the omnipresent use of computer technology in business can best be determined by looking at how it is being used across the business world.
While the most obvious benefit to technology in small business is increased productivity–which translates into a lower cost structure– improved speed, the ease of sharing and storing information and a decrease in human error through automation , add up to reduction in costs and an increase in revenue.
Converged infrastructure systems empower IT by reducing complexity in your IT environment and deliver technology your organization needs by way of combining integrated, software-defined compute and storage resources with automatic discovery and configuration.
All combined resources are usually managed through a single interface. This makes infrastructure nearly as easy to consume as public cloud services.
Simplified Adoption of Hyper-Convergence :
Hyper-Convergence simplifies IT infrastructure and makes managing the data center far easier than ever before.
Easily, one of the most important features is reduced management complexity. The pressing demands of modern businesses consume valuable IT resources in terms of planning, implementing, and managing technology. With hyper-convergence, IT teams can move away from managing disparate, aging systems and focus on more strategic initiatives.
Hyper-Converged Infrastructure products merge server, storage and hypervisor in scale-out nodes
Hyper-converged infrastructure replaces discrete server, storage and networking equipment and puts it all in one box that is pre-configured for easy deployment. Usually, hyper-converged appliances come with a built-in virtualization hypervisor and scale-out capability so that nodes can be added to scale capacity and performance easily. This scale-out capability enables IT departments to grow the infrastructure with much finer granularity; in many cases a single node at a time. It also allows workload to be distributed across nodes, providing resiliency in the event of hardware failure.
Hyper-converged infrastructure solutions have built-in snapshot capabilities that work in conjunction with the hypervisor or as an additional feature. Such infrastructure solutions implement data deduplication, making it easy to move applications around after that first initial copy between locations takes place.
Pioneering the Enterprise Cloud
Hyper-converged infrastructure is gaining significant acceptance across enterprises of all sizes. It is an answer to the organizations scouting for cost efficient, simple, flexible and scalable IT infrastructure in this digital world. It helps in the creation of virtual data center by consolidating key IT components.
FSPL’s experiential tech team has exposure with practical implementation on HCI platform, which has been used by enterprises to run their most critical operations like PKI Ecosystem to Datacentre Consolidation to Commissioning DR sites to establish private cloud.
We strongly recommend Hyper converged Infrastructure services to enterprises to deliver simplicity and flexibility when compared with legacy solutions. The integrated storage systems, servers and networking switches are designed to be managed as a single system, across all instances of a hyper converged infrastructure. The inherent management capabilities enable ease of use, and software-defined storage is expected to yield greater scalability and resource efficiency.
Our Team is experienced and equipped with:
- Enable enterprises with use cases mapped to business needs.
- Preparing TCO and ROI.
- Eventual implementation.
Hyper Convergence is changing the world: Including the world of Financial services & Insurance, High Tech & Cloud Services industries.
Financial services companies are facing the increased need for new and innovative solutions to maintain peak productivity, while dealing with unprecedented data growth, present cyber-security risks, and increasing regulatory requirements.
This change in the ‘new normal’ requires rethinking IT infrastructure.
The move towards on-premises, managed and hybrid cloud solutions has created an incredible opportunity for financial services institutions (FSI) including banks, financial market firms, insurance companies by offering security and control of on-premises IT infrastructure – mixed with the scalability and economics of cloud deployments.
Built with web-scale technologies, Hyper Converged datacenter solutions form the perfect foundation for financial services firms who are looking for profitable growth and improved competitiveness while maintaining pace with changing business and customer demands, complying withtougher regulations and mitigation of new risks.