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Hyperconverged Evaluation Guide

The Evaluator Group Hyperconverged Infrastructure Evaluation Guide is part of a series of Evaluation Guides designed to help evaluate storage technology alternatives. These documents are for IT professionals seeking a neutral, objective discussion of the design considerations behind new products, technologies and trends. Evaluator Group Evaluation Guide series are not vendor-sponsored, but offered as part of a paid subscription. They are developed based on our review of technology options and strategic analyses of how they can best be used in today’s information storage environments.
With this information Evaluator Group recommends IT professionals review their requirements, starting with this guide and the associated materials available, and use our team of experts to help make selections. This Evaluation Guide plus the Hyperconverged Comparison Matrix, Product Briefs and Product Analyses, are designed to assist potential buyers in understanding the options and products available and to help match requirements to the available technology choices.
The Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI) Evaluation Guide will briefly explain what a hyperconverged infrastructure is and then detail its advantages and disadvantages in a typical IT environment to suggest when to consider deploying this technology. Then we will discuss specific features that help differentiate the many products available in this space and provide some useful evaluation questions.

Hyperconverged Evaluation Guide discusses:

  • What is hyperconverged technology?
  • Why hyperconvergence?
  • HCI Appliance Features
  • Evaluation Questions
  • EvaluScale Requirements
  • Summary

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Related to this document:
Hyperconverged Infrastructure Comparison Matrix, Hyperconverged Infrastructure in the Enterprise 2017 – Research Study, Hyperconverged Infrastructure EvaluScale Comparison Matrix

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January 5, 2021

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