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Why hyperconvergence could be the solution your business needs

Posted on Thursday November 21, 2019  |  virtualization, servers, scalability, cybersecurity, virtual machines, hyperconvergence, vdi, software defined networking

For many small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs), resources can be scarce and, very often, IT takes a back seat. Hyperconverged IT infrastructures are a great way to keep your IT updated without the heavy expenses normally associated with it.

 

Hyperconvergence: IT for SMBs

Posted on Tuesday October 02, 2018  |  virtualization, virtual machines, vdi, software defined networking, servers, scalability, hyperconvergence, cybersecurity

Routers, switches, modems, gateways, firewalls, servers, and storage devices - these are just some of the many machines you need to build a network infrastructure that enables effective internal and external communications. Even when pared down to serve fewer users, the costs of building a similar infrastructure were prohibitive for SMBs, at least until hyperconvergence came along.

 

Networks: Software-defined vs virtualized

Posted on Friday March 10, 2017  |  virtualization, software defined networking, networks

2017March10Virtualization_AIf knowing is half the battle, virtualization is one for the ages. With more than a decade of history, it's a tough topic that business owners would be hard-pressed to ignore. Over the years, the terminology has changed and capabilities have gotten even more confusing. If you've ever heard anyone use software-defined networking and network virtualization interchangeably, it's time we set the record straight.

 

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