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A converged infrastructure reference architecture is a document that stipulates the components, design and configuration a CI appliance, which includes storage, compute and networking resources within a single-box system.
Hyper-convergence, or hyperconvergence, is a term used to describe a type of infrastructure system with a software-centric architecture that combines hypervisor technology and compute, storage and networking functionality in a commodity hardware box supported by a single vendor.
Converged infrastructure (CI) is an approach to data center management that relies on a specific vendor and the vendor’s partners to provide pre-configured bundles of hardware and software in a single chassis.
Icelanders are fond of saying they're a "new" country -- and they're developing a new data center industry from scratch as well.
Building a good house starts with a solid foundation, and a private cloud network is no different. Having a strong design can ensure its resiliency over the long term.
Mum's the word on the new Microsoft private cloud certification. But here’s what we do know…
In this feature, Michael Rasmussen explains why automated SoD reduces compliance costs as well as the potential for fraud and lawsuits.