8 reasons the future of HCI is disaggregated



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Take your first step towards hyperconverged 2.0

Hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) has long been the first choice of many organisations when it comes to delivering digital transformation. While there’s no denying its benefits, traditional HCI also comes with a lot of shortcomings. Some of these flaws are overlooked in pursuit of simplicity, and the problems don’t arise until it’s too late.

Disaggregated hyperconverged infrastructure (dHCI) is a new type of architecture that is changing the HCI landscape for good. Enabling businesses to scale their compute and storage resources independently, it pairs effortless flexibility with all the simplicity of traditional HCI.

HPE Nimble Storage dHCI opens the doors to a new generation of hyperconverged solutions. Incredibly simple, resilient, and highly efficient, it is everything you thought HCI was. By downloading our white paper you’ll discover 8 reasons the future of HCI is disaggregated, as well as:

  • Everything you don’t know about traditional HCI
  • The difference between disaggregated HCI and HCI
  • Why Nimble dHCI is a win-win for ProLiant users
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