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Hyperconvergence Infrastructure is an IT framework which acted as accumulated storage, computing and networking into a single system in an effort to reduce data center complexity. Data center always have huge traffic.Hyper-convergent infrastructures should combine the qualities of cloud solutions with the advantages of having their own data center. What is behind this technology and when does it make sense to use it?

The IT infrastructure of a company consists of several components: servers process data, storage saves them, users use applications on their end devices and desktop computers and the network in turn connects everything with one another. Even if the individual components are necessarily linked to one another and only result in a functioning IT together, they are managed and configured separately from one another. The administration and configuration is therefore comparatively complex and time-consuming, Changed IT requirements usually require specific adjustments to several components and thus increase the frequency of errors. In addition, modern and automated IT concepts usually cannot be mapped at all, as the individual components cannot be controlled via modern programming interfaces.

In practice, the individual components therefore grow together more and more. They are configured and combined with one another in such a way that they interlock closely – so-called convergent infrastructures are created. Often, several components are combined to form an appliance, i.e. a combined system of computer hardware and software specially optimized for this hardware. This centralizes parts of the administration and management, but at the same time reduces the usability of such an appliance to mostly predefined scenarios. The advantages of administration and management are followed by the disadvantage of less flexibility.

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