Today’s IT infrastructure is the equivalent of sitting in the cockpit of a 747. You’ve got a lot of switches to learn. One wrong move, and the plane is going down. Servers, networks, storage and software – how do you manage all of that?
The typical data center is equipped with multiple servers, operating systems, hypervisors and storage devices, frequently from multiple vendors. IT managers are charged with the task of juggling all of these while maintaining their legacy equipment. If you’re working towards implementing a data center-wide virtualization system, dealing with multiple user interfaces and needing specialized IT training is inevitable. Having to keep up with an overwhelming number interfaces is a major challenge.
The bright side? Hyperconverged infrastructure is the “new kid on the block” when it comes to data center infrastructure technology systems, and it’s helping IT managers do more with less.
Hyperconverged systems integrate servers, storage and virtualization into one virtual structure that’s easily managed in scale-out clusters through a single interface. Storage and compute across the different nodes in the cluster are pooled as single, shared resources for more efficient use. Hyperconverged is all about data control and the ease of management.
Now Sirius partners Lenovo and Nutanix have partnered to further simplify the IT infrastructure and accelerate the time-to value with the new Lenovo Converged HX Series, which features Nutanix’s industry-leading software preloaded on Lenovo enterprise server platforms. Lenovo has also designed this new solution with open standards, enabling easy integration with third-party partners.
Check out this Lenovo-Nutanix infographic for more info
This new solution is offering organizations a chance to bring the agility and scalability of public clouds into their own data center environments.
With converged infrastructure solutions from Sirius, you’ll have the tools you need to face your toughest business challenges. Connect with a Sirius representative today to get started.