White Paper: Crystal Group
Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI) has been taking the enterprise world by storm, as they are harnessing the power of HCI, to better manage, provide access to, and protect all this valuable data.
To deliver a compact, deployable data center, ruggedized Hyperconverged Infrastructure systems tightly integrate enterprise cloud capabilities with high performance networking, computing, and storage hardware.
This whitepaper provides insights on how HCI systems are designed to be deployed in tactical environments combining rugged hardware and robust software to deliver a wealth of enterprise-level benefits in the field.
Big capabilities, small SWaP
Rapid deployment and true tactical Hyperconverged Infrastructure
Enabling the enterprise cloud at the tactical edge
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What is Information Technology ?
The use of computers, storage, networking and infrastructure to produce, process, manipulate, store, secure and share electronic data is known as information technology. First appearing in an article published in the Harvard Business Review in 1958, IT is considered a subset of ICT (Information communication technology). IT industry has progressed in leaps since its introduction. It has now become so integrated into our lives that it is impossible for us to think of a world without it.
What is Enterprise ?
In the computer industry, an enterprise is just another name for a business; the term is often used to describe all the organization that uses computers. Enterprise is a term that encompasses small and big, private, public businesses, corporations, government bodies, and possibly unique sorts of business affiliations. You will often come across the usage of the word “Enterprise” when examining about new organizations and different organizations.
What is Hyperconvergence ?
Hyperconvergence is a type of network integrated system that natively converge virtualization, storage, networking and computing services into software supported by a single vendor. Hyper-convergence can be a replacement of storage arrays in all market segments and companies will no longer need to rely on different compute and storage systems. It’s a unified tool-set to manage all the storage, compute and networking elements as a single device.