One of the fundamental requirements for virtualizing applications is shared storage. Applications can move around to different servers as long as those servers have access to the storage with the application and its data. Typically, shared storage takes place over a storage network known as a SAN. However, SANs typically run into issues in a virtual environment, so organizations are currently looking for new options. Hyperconverged infrastructure is a solution that seems well-suited to address these issues.
By downloading this paper you will:
- Identify the issues with running SANs in virtualized environments
- Learn why Hyperconverged systems are ideal for solving performance issues
- Learn why Hyperconverged systems are ideal for remote offices
- Discover real world use-cases where DataCore’s Hyperconverged Virtual SAN faced these issues.