The Stack – Hyperconverged Infrastructure – Where’s the Network?

03Sep14

One of the big news items from last week’s VMworld was the launch of EVO:RAIL, a ‘hyperconverged infrastructure’ reference design with software from VMware and hardware from a variety of partners. The RAIL part of the name comes from the smallest unit of deployment that fits into 2U of standard rack space, and onto a single rail within that rack. EVO:RAIL is described as delivering ‘compute, network, storage and management’, and it’s worth picking apart what’s going on in each of those areas.

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