Hyper-converged infrastructure

Hyper-converged infrastructure replaces discrete server, storage and networking equipment and puts it all in one box that is pre-configured for easy deployment. Usually, hyper-converged appliances come with a built-in virtualisation hypervisor plus scale-out capability so that nodes can be added to scale capacity and performance easily.

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