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Converged Systems: Gartner proposes a new classification

For Gartner, hyper convergence is gaining recognition. Analysts suggest platforms for several months integrated into their forecasts and estimates sales of IT infrastructure. This market was up 30% in 2014 to 8.7 billion in revenue.

The new version of the Magic Quadrant brings together dedicated systems, known as ISS or “Integrated System Servers “. These facilities offer a server, network and storage, bonded by a layer of software management, as appliance. IIS There is also, or “Integrated systems infrastructure”, or converged systems that combine server, storage and network in an integrated optical this time to provide a shared computing infrastructure.

Mounting Chris Mellor, a journalist from The Register, which compares the positions of market players converged infrastructure between 2014 and 2015. Positions 2014 and 2015 young blue positions.

Finally the hyper converged systems, called HCIS for “Hyperconverged Integrated Systems”, which have specificity to use the attached storage, and propose a software layer densely management.

HP implants house technology to its converged products

At the same time and in the same industry, HP announced the abandonment of its integration of converged products Evo architecture Rail property VMware. HP decided to position instead StoreVirtual house technology. HP worked with Evo: Rail since last October, but seems he managed to bring out an alternative technology meantime. HP mentions that StoreVirtual technology allows running hypervisors VMware (ESXi), Microsoft (Hyper-V), and KVM,

Note that HP has therefore stopped marketing systems ConvergedSystem HC-200 Evo: Rail mid-July.

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