Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI)
Hyperconverged infrastructure combines the storage and servers within a distributed infrastructure platform with an intelligent software system to create flexible and scalable building blockage, replacing the legacy infrastructure that comprises separate servers, storage arrays, and networks. Specifically, it combines data center server hardware with locally attached storage devices. A distributed software layer powers this infrastructure to eliminate the common issues with legacy infrastructure. So, this HCI structure doesn’t rely on any storage and compute systems. As a result, it is ideal for simplifying management and increasing the resource-utilization rates wherever needed.