Earlier this year, GigaOm analyst Enrico Signoretti published the “GigaOm Radar for Hyperconverged Infrastructure: Small-to-Medium Enterprises and Edge” report, an in-depth analysis of the 13 leading technology vendors who are currently delivering next generation hyper-converged edge computing solutions that serve the small to medium enterprises (SME), edge, and Remote Office/Branch Office (ROBO) market segments.
We were of course thrilled to be recognized by GigaOm as a “Leader” and “Outperformer” alongside some of the industry’s largest and most venerated technology companies such as Microsoft, Cisco, and VMware. As Enrico noted in his assessment, “the edge requires a combination of enterprise-grade application reliability, autonomous management, and self healing due to the limited IT resources available at the edge, and a form factor that makes sense for the environment. This is a tricky combination, but Scale Computing has delivered.”
The edge requires a combination of enterprise-grade application reliability, autonomous management, and self healing due to the limited IT resources available at the edge, and a form factor that makes sense for the environment. This is a tricky combination, but Scale Computing has delivered.
As one of a handful of enterprise technology analysts covering the edge computing market with a deep background in product strategy, Enrico brings a unique perspective to bear in his analysis of the market and has established a reputation for cutting through the tech jargon by explaining complex ideas in a straightforward manner. So we are excited to announce that Enrico will be joining Scale Computing’s CEO and Founder Jeff Ready on October 6th at 12PM CDT for a one-hour webinar entitled: “HCI at the edge – Why an Edge Computing Platform Future Proofs IT Infrastructure”
In this interactive session, Enrico and Jeff will examine the current state of the edge computing market, break down the factors that distinguish the core datacenter from edge HCI environments, enumerate the key criteria to evaluate HCI at the edge through use case examples, and will highlight some of the emerging technologies that will impact edge deployments.
So if you’re interested in learning about the latest evolutions in HCI and how to leverage them to future-proof your edge and hybrid infrastructures for business-critical applications, you can register for freehere.