Cisco HyperFlex 4.0 brings new features for edge and core data centers.
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Deploying hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) to multiple sites locally, nationally, or globally can be tremendously complex. Equipment is staged at a central location. Trucks deliver it to each site. IT teams go from location to location doing manual installations. It’s time-consuming and problematic. Edge sites can get stale before the entire infrastructure is even installed.
HyperFlex is a complete, enterprise-class, software-defined solution for computing, storage, and networking in your core data center, at the edge, and in multicloud environments. HyperFlex 4.0 includes edge nodes that ship ready to deploy directly to your sites. Edge nodes connect to Cisco Intersight in the cloud, an infrastructure management tool that is an antidote to HCI deployment complexity. You get a fully automated, zero-touch installation of HyperFlex edge clusters in minutes. And with All-Flash, the new Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVME) nodes, an optional HyperFlex Acceleration Engine, and a PCIe card with an onboard FPGA, your mission-critical applications in your core data center get the consistent, fast performance needed to keep your business running on all cylinders.
To learn more about HyperFlex 4.0, join Robb Boyd for this live TechWiseTV episode.