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Hyper-Converged or Compute and Storage Separated - Which is Best for Virtualization

Speaker:
Chris M Evans, Independent Consultant, Langton Blue Ltd.
Published: August 2014
Duration: 47:24
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Key points of the webinar

  • Introduction into hyper-converged and compute and storage separated virtualization solutions
  • Detailed description of scale-out storage architectures and solutions

Description

Hyper-converged solutions are all the rage these days, with startup vendors making great advances in the marketplace. There are advantages to merging compute and storage into a single package, but are there benefits to keeping the storage and compute layers separate too?

From this webinar, you will learn:
  • Market overview and definition of hyper-converged and non-hyper-converged solutions
  • Issues with using legacy "monolithic" storage with virtual environments
  • A view of distributed storage solutions
  • A definition of scale out storage architectures including software-only solutions


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