HPE SimpliVity HCI = Greater Flexibility and Control
With a hyperconverged Infrastructure solution such as HPE SimpliVity, scaling up is easy and straightforward. The foundation of a hyper-converged environment is the node, the building block of the whole infrastructure. Each node includes storage, networking, and computing resources. Any time you need to expand, add another node. Simple. Minimal. Uncluttered. We like that.
This infrastructure also helps you decrease your software and hardware needs, streamline your implementation, and perhaps even restructure your IT staff (any IT generalist can manage the single, central platform).
HPE SimpliVity HCI allows you to keep pace with today’s high-powered, lightning-fast business requirements. Demand-based agility is ideal for organizations that often endure waves of expansion and contraction; fitting examples include retail, e-commerce, pharmaceutical, and more. Dev teams can clone a production environment in minutes, meaning no interruptions and smoother transitions when an expansion or upgrade occurs. Hyper converged is also an ideal complement to Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), allowing for an increase of virtual machine (VM) environments (Often needed in healthcare environments).
The results are dramatic. Check out these stats for organizations that have transitioned to HPE SimpliVity HCI:
- Increases (over 50%) in staff productivity
- Speed (1000 virtualized desktops in 70 minutes)
- 10-fold reductions in data center footprints
The bottom line is that HPE SimpliVity lives up to its name with significant benefits for your business. If you are ready to simplify your Data Center infrastructure with a solution that will offer both savings and future flexibility, HPE SimpliVity HCI may be your answer.
Bill Flatley, Field CTO for Healthcare
Bill is responsible for technical strategies and recommendations for Comport’s Healthcare clients. His extensive experience includes four healthcare systems in leadership roles supporting Clinical Applications, Digital Health, and Office of the CIO as the primary liaison between IT and the business.