Hyper-converged infrastructure is a technology that is gaining growing interest as organizations of all sizes and across all market verticals seek ways to simplify increasingly complex data center environments. Over the years, these environments have continued to grow unchecked in complexity while IT departments react to new demands from the business. The result of this unchecked growth, however, is the least flexible, most expensive data center environments businesses have ever experienced.
This paper describes the how and why businesses place their hopes in hyper-converged infrastructure as a way to rein in complexity and provide IT with coveted flexibility and agility, all while reducing overall technology-related costs. But there are some important questions businesses may not all be asking yet. This paper will explain why these questions are important and how you can truly get the most out of a hyper-converged infrastructure.
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