Hyperconvergence has been a hot topic in IT over the past year. For example, Industry leaders such as Hewlett Packard Enterprise invested heavily into hyperconvergence technology through the purchase of Nimble for over $1 billion in March and SimpliVity for $650 million in February. This means that hyperconvergence is likely to play a major role in 2018 and the years to follow, but for now, let’s back up a little bit and focus on developing our knowledge of the technology that makes it all possible, and the differences between software and hardware in hyperconvergence.
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Nowadays, it’s far too easy to fall into the pattern of non-action with your data infrastructure, only assessing your solution when an issue arises. This is far from the best way to manage your infrastructure however, and taking a proactive stance towards your data can prevent major loss and allow you to optimise your network in a way which otherwise wouldn’t be possible.
In October, Western Digital and HGST confirmed the ‘bigger and faster’ hard drive trend with their impressive Ultrastar Hs14 14TB Enterprise-class HDD. Now, just a couple of months later, Toshiba have unveiled their own 14TB helium drive.