HyperConverged Infrastructure is a fully software-defined IT
infrastructure that virtualizes all the elements of conventional
"hardware-defined" systems. The growing demands of enterprise
applications and the fast pace of modern business often mean legacy IT
design is redundant. Separate servers, storage and networking components
costs higher in the longer run.
Hyperconverged infrastructure streamlines the deployment, management
and scaling of datacenter resources by combining x86-based server and
storage resources with intelligent software in a turnkey
The flexibility and simplicity that hyperconvergence brings to the
datacenter is significant. Similar to public cloud services,
hyperconverged infrastructure solutions enable IT teams to start small.
And scale incrementally to precisely meet application demands. With an
Enterprise Cloud, IT teams gain the security and control they need to
manage their infrastructure with confidence.
Netzary offers two kinds of HyperConvergence Solutions
100% Software Defined solutions build on top of products from
Nutanix, Vmware, Open Stack and Open Nebula. While the first two are
proprietary, the latter are built on free open source software.
The advantage with this option is that it runs on most standard x86 servers, and can be effectively cheaper.
Each HCI node in a cluster runs a hypervisor, and the HCI control
features run as a separate virtual machine on every node, forming a
fully distributed fabric that can scale resources with the addition of
Netzary has also partnered with HP and NetApp to deliver
HyperConverged Infrastructure based HP Simplivity and NetApp HCI. These
are pre-configured and pre-validated solutions that works off the shelf,
and saves the IT user time, effort and resources in setting up