Several well-known solutions lack a vital ingredient in the HCI stack – the network. Adding the network afterwards can mean more time and cost for your business. It also leads to scaling issues later on.
Moreover, most solutions have a rigid architecture that forces you to add compute, memory and storage in blocks. This can create inefficient silos with unused processing and storage resources.
And although many vendors position hyperconverged as a solution for all applications and workloads, this is not the case just yet.
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