Hyper-Converged Infrastructure

In today’s competitive business landscape, more organizations are adopting digital transformation to leverage new digital technologies in reassessing their business processes and help them to be more innovative, customer, and user-oriented. There are many aspects to consider in the total digital transformation, IT is no exception. IT transformation means embracing modern data center technologies and IT processes while aligning IT and business needs. This will increase IT agility and responsiveness, IT spending efficiency, and change the IT funding to new projects and innovation. Consequently, the satisfaction level of business stakeholders will increase, business becomes more competitive, and better outcomes. By 2020, Gartner predicts that 20% of business-critical applications will move to hyper-converged infrastructure. Hyperconvergence is an IT framework that consolidates storage, computing, and networking into a single system with an objective to reduce data center complexity and improve scalability.


Main components of the hyper-converged platform:

  • Virtualized computing
  • Software-defined storage
  • Virtualized networking
  • Standard servers


HCI advantages:

  • Simplify management of hardware and software resources
  • Increase IT agility enablement and flexibility
  • The low total cost of ownership
  • Support business scalability
  • Maximize available resources
  • Improve reliability and efficiency


In the process of digital transformation, HCI appliances can help to modernize the IT landscape, allowing it to deliver true business impact through agility. Providing “cloud-like” IT infrastructure, HCI is the next logical step in data center evolution. Some HCI solutions come with integrated lifecycle management, making infrastructure operation seamless for IT. IT will then spend more time supporting the business than managing the infrastructure. 87 % of IT managers agreed that using HCI made IT more agile, with 25% agreed it had made them significantly more agile.


Common use case:

  • Desktop virtualization (VDI)
  • Enterprise applications (Exchange, SharePoint, SAP, S/4HANA, etc.)
  • Enterprise databases (SQL, Oracle, SAP HANA)
  • Server virtualization
  • Big Data applications (Splunk)
  • VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) on Dell EMC VxRail Private-/Hybrid-/Multi-cloud
  • Dev/Test environments, Container Services Pivotal (PKS)
  • AI/Machine Learning, Data Inferencing
  • Remote office/Branch office

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