Hyper-Converged Infrastructure

Hyperconvergence is a type of infrastructure system with a software-centric architecture that tightly integrates compute, storage, networking and virtualization resources and other technologies from scratch in a commodity hardware box supported by a single vendor. Hyperconvergence evolves away from discrete, hardware-defined systems that are connected and packaged together toward a purely software-defined environment where all functional elements run on commercial, off-the-shelf (COTS) servers, with the convergence of elements enabled by a hypervisor. HCI infrastructures are made up of server systems equipped with direct-attached storage. HCI includes the ability to plug and play into a data-center pool of like systems. All physical data-centre resources reside on a single administrative platform for both hardware and software layers. Consolidation of all functional elements at the hypervisor level, together with federated management, eliminates traditional data-centre inefficiencies and reduces the total cost of ownership (TCO) for data centres.

We at markoni computing have teamed up with major hyperconverged infrastructure vendors to provide you with the best solution according to your needs. You can start up with a single hyperconverged server box and scale up as the requirement increases. We have inhouse technical experts who can guide you in procuring the best hyperconverged infrastructure solution taking into consideration your exact requirements and migrating them from your existing infrastructure. We have technical experts who can migrate the old datacentre infrastructure into new Hyper-Converged infrastructure from NUTANIX, PIVOT3, EMC VSPEX, HPE 200-HC EVO,HITACHI UCP 1000, DATACORE, RIVERBED, SIMPLIVITY, SPHERE 3D'S and SUPERMICRO.