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The adoption of Hyper-Converged Infrastructure technologies is a growing tendency, determined mostly by advantages in performance, agility and cost-efficiency. The only serious drawback is the scalability issue, because at some point a typical hyper-converged setup cannot scale compute and storage resources independently from each other. Businesses determined on saving money see it as a major problem, diverting attention to the traditional “compute and storage separated” architecture.
StarWind is the first hyperconverged and storage vendor to add built-in cloud functionality into its hyper-converged products. By using public cloud like AWS or Microsoft Azure for transparent offloading of designated data, StarWind’s compute platform solves the issue of poor scalability of hyper-converged infrastructures. Such a cost-efficient solution brings hyper-convergence back to SOHO and Medium Businesses space.
Read the complimentary Gartner report, “Cool Vendors for Compute Platforms, 2016.” See how you can reduce CAPEX and OPEX with hyper-convergence and Software-Defined Storage.
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