In this technical blog post, IDC explains why enterprises should look to disaggregated hyperconverged infrastructure (dHCI) for simple-to-manage, high-performance devices that combine storage/networking/compute resources. Amazon, Google, and other hyperscalers popularized HCI software-defined storage, which then became available as an easy-to-adopt appliance. dHCI now improves the scalability, performance, and availability of HCI by enabling organizations to fine-tune the storage/compute resources in each node. Learn about this shift in storage architecture and economics, and how HPE delivers dHCI with unified management, automated configuration, and enterprise-class data services.
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