Build Your Hybrid Cloud Strategy with the Simplicity of Hyperconverged Infrastructure
As IT departments continue to put more and more focus into combining the best features of public and private clouds, hybrid cloud has become a key investment for many businesses.
Your organization may have already implemented or may be considering implementing any number of hybrid cloud concepts into your own data center. Instead of bringing cloud architecture complexity to the data center, wouldn’t it be better to bring HCI simplicity to the cloud? Scale Computing HC3 is delivering the private cloud organizations of every size are looking for.
HC3 deliver simplicity, high availability, and scalability built into a self-healing platform for autonomously running applications in your data center or at the edge of your network closest to where that data is created and utilized. This approach to hybrid cloud allows for your IT departments to build the optimal solution for your organizational needs.
Why Hybrid Cloud is Critical to Your Business
"An unmatched hybrid cloud solution. Usually hybrid clouds require lots of very sophisticated networking to tie the local network to the cloud network -- Unity does all of this automatically and transparently -- the Cloud instance looks like it's on your local LAN. A single Scale Computing HC3 web interface can manage your local and remote on-prem instances together with your cloud instance."
Consultant - Clearlight IS Ltd.
Time to Replace VMware ESXi and Microsoft Hyper-V with Scale Computing HC3
Scale Computing HC3 is being used across the whole organization with a cluster at the corporate office configured for full two-way replication with another cluster at a branch office. This provides complete disaster recovery capability for both sites.
We developed this Edge Computing Self-Assessment tool to help you think through the unique needs of your organization. While no assessment provides an exact formula, the personalized data our new tool offers can help you identify and explore your needs and preferences.