Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Cisco's New HyperFlex Systems Take Aim at Hyperconvergence

Cisco is renewing its focus on hyperconverged infrastructure with the introduction of new HyperFlex Systems built on its UCS compute platform.

Compared with existing hyperconverged platforms, the new Cisco HyperFlex Systems aim to simplify policy-based automation across network, compute and storage for a wide set of enterprise applications. The systems promise plug-n-play setup within minutes, not days, with flexible, adaptive and independent scaling of compute, network as well as storage capacity. Cisco is offering data management capabilities, such as rapid clones and non-intrusive snapshots with always-on inline deduplication and inline compression, yielding up to 80% reduction in the data footprint.  The rollout includes:

  • Cisco HyperFlex HX220c M4 Node, 1 rack unit, up to 7 TB of storage, up to 2 processors per node
  • Cisco HyperFlex HX240c M4 Node, 2 rack units, up to 29 TB of storage, up to 2 processors per node
  • Cisco HyperFlex HX240c M4 Node with Cisco UCS B200 M4 Blade-Series Servers, max capacity and up to twice the compute, 2 rack units + 6 rack units, up to 29 TB of storage, and up to 4 processors per node


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