How HCI 2.0 eliminates the issues of its predecessor
Whilst traditional HCI has driven real value for organisations with predictable, clearly defined workloads, it has a poor track record when workloads, and their growth paths, are less predictable.
To get more compute performance, you must add an entire node with additional storage, memory, and network resources; and this lack of granular scaling means any cost savings are offset by the cost of overprovisioning and wasted resources.
HCI 2.0 was developed to solve exactly these problems.
Examine the details of HCI 2.0 in this e-book, including the features of this next-gen architecture and how it has evolved to suit more dynamic workloads and scaling.