Gain Simplicity, Data Protection and Efficiency with a by Leveraging Hyperconvergence in the Data Center
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- Integrating compute, storage and networking from multiple vendors
- Deployment challenges – how to perform POCs and integration tests that ensure interoperability of the different components and equipment.
This is no quick and easy task. In traditional data center environments, what should have been relatively simple operations, such as increasing compute and storage capacity, turned into time-consuming, complex operations.
By leveraging hyperconvergence technologies, complexity is greatly reduced and enables eliminating the hassles of integration and testing so that the focus will be on the business at hand. This leads to greater efficiency of infrastructures with minimal administrative overhead, allowing tech management professionals to concentrate on business goals and customer demands, instead of routine tasks.
- A only hyperconvergence solution, integrating compute, storage and networking on any commodity x86 hardware
- Includes a -defined storage layer above an integrated hardware and system stack
- Reduces data center bottlenecks Incorporates external, non-virtualized storage which eliminates centralized scale-up storage appliances (such SAN and NAS)
- Simplifies IT processes, saving expenditures on and staffing and shortening deployment timelines, with fewer integration points and vendor involvement
- Enables organizations to achieve true value from their data center investment
Stratoscale Symphony goes beyond the basic converged hardware integration and includes a -defined storage layer above an integrated hardware and system stack. With these systems, storage components can be considered native objects in the virtualization abstraction layer. Stratoscale Symphony also offers the ability to incorporate external, non-virtualized storage which eliminates centralized scale-up storage appliances (such SAN and NAS) that are at the core of data center bottlenecks.
Whereas in traditional data centers, different experts were required in each area, such as one for storage and another for storage area network (SAN), with Stratoscale Symphony, IT personnel do not require this siloed proficiency. The same system manages the compute and various storage components with a single solution.
Hyperconvergence advances you one more step towards offering a public cloud experience within your data center. With Stratoscale Symphony’s hyperconvergence-based and comprehensive data center solution, you can benefit from the speed and ease of use of the public cloud offerings.
1.Easy Deployment and Integral Management
One of the major challenges of deploying and integrating within a data center is migrating resources and being able to run -defined data center solutions. Automating inter-subsystem communication facilitates a single deployment and management solution instead of relying on multiple solutions for each of the subsystems. In addition, automation eases management efforts for both virtual and physical resources, as well as all aspects of an environment, including performance, availability and security.
2. High Availability
Hyperconvergence allows data centers to automatically allocate resources in case of hardware failures. The system is aware of the criticality level of every workload and according to the environment’s defined SLA, the system automatically generates replications for backup purposes. In addition, it tracks workload behavior, and is therefore able to automatically provision resources accordingly. These capabilities create a self-healing mechanism within the data center, automatically recovering workloads and data in the event of hardware failure.
3. Reduced TCO
As a true -defined data center solution, hyperconvergence allows data center operations teams to leverage APIs that facilitate resource orchestration, ultimately dealing with a code. By reducing the need for complicated manual problem-solving mechanisms, data center managers can enable operations in small, efficient teams. In addition, hyperconvergence leverages standard hardware devices that remove the need to purchase costly licenses for specific proprietary devices.
4. Removing CAPEX Risks
Stratoscale Symphony’s hyperconvergence solution helps rebalance workloads across the different subsystems by reallocating resources throughout the nodes. This procedure ultimately results in a high density of VMs within the physical host. Optimally utilizing underlying reduces the need for additional expensive hardware resources, generating an efficiency that is highly sought after in today’s tech market. In addition, by leveraging commodity hardware, the capital expense of traditional, external hardware is rendered obsolete.
5. Green IT
Stratoscale Symphony’s hyperconvergence solution fits that description. Due to its use of commodity servers, optimal organization and efficiency, hyperconvergence consumes far less power than traditional data centers. Because the system automatically maintains optimal utilization levels, it can support running unused resources in low power consumption mode.