IoT/edge computing represents a significant area of growth, with profound impact for those who deliver these solutions and the customers who will use the insights gleaned to propel their businesses forward.Read More
New technologies such as IoT and cloud architectures are driving computing to the edge. Companies must embrace this trend in order to survive.Read More
HCI's easy implementation and management help admins solve some of the challenges of edge computing, such as distributed endpoint management and a trend toward data silos.Read More
Everyday devices are becoming more powerful, reducing data center loads and complementing—or in some cases leapfrogging—cloud capabilities to drive exciting new IoT applications.Read More
Last week, Maggie Jones published an article on SearchConvergedInfrastructure.com titled “Hyper-converged infrastructure market isn’t right for every shop”. I agree with the assertion in the title and the points she raises, with the clarification that they are based on assumptions that apply to vendors who only sell an integrated HCI appliance – a predefined, proprietary bundle of hardware and software - and not to software-defined HCI products.