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Making virtualization, reality


SimpliVity: Simplicity and Accessibility in a Single Box

SimpliVity, a small startup firm, has made quite a name for itself in the world of hyperconverged technology. Hyperconvergence is a type of infrastructure system that integrates servers, networking, and storage in a single box. This eliminates the space, massive hardware, and personnel required to manage traditional in-house data centers. A Web Scale Architecture for Infrastructure SimpliVity uses web-scale architecture to take a cloud approach to business. Enterprises buy their own box that handles servers, Read more…



The Evolution of Hyperconvergence

Hyperconvergence is a type of infrastructure system that integrates servers, networking, and storage in a single box, supported by a single vendor. Hyperconverged systems are managed as a single system and have evolved rapidly, with each iteration further simplifying operations and reducing costs.Traditional Systems: The Dinosaur of Server Infrastructure Traditional infrastructure setups required expensive hardware, and lots of it. The amount of manual involvement was also immense. The servers had to be managed by server Read more…


Discrimination, CFPB, and You: Why Big Data Helps Avoid Big Fines

While the entire American legal and financial system is built on checks and balances, one bureau stands out: the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. This recently created body aims to educate consumers about financial responsibility and consumer rights, and enforces fairness and equality across the financial industry. The CFPB will visit every financial institution at one point or another to ensure that its practices aren’t discriminating against any age, race or gender. If found guilty, these Read more…


The IT Trend that Will ‘Define’ 2014

Many people who follow the IT industry believe that 2014 will be the year that “Software Defined” technology becomes common in workplaces. In recent years, the growth of cloud computing and virtual desktop services has reduced companies’ dependence on IT infrastructure and physical hardware. Software Defined technology – including Software Defined Data Centres – merely takes that step to a new level.