The specific application in the company has to decide whether the advantages outweigh the advantages. An HCI system can be of interest, for example, if a data center that is quickly ready for use is required for a foreseeable workload. In addition, convergent and hyper-converged infrastructures are not mutually exclusive. For example, an HCI can also be tested beforehand on a dedicated project in the company. The experience gained from this can then be used to plan how the IT landscape should fundamentally develop further in the future. It is therefore difficult to make a general statement, but in principle it is true that the greater the size of your own IT infrastructure, the economic advantages of an HCI solution bring exponential cost advantages.
Overall, HCI technology can help many companies to modernize their IT, to better control it and to significantly accelerate many processes. Thanks to virtualization and cloud-like services, the infrastructure gains flexibility and dynamism at the same time and thus a significantly increased ability to react to changing business requirements.