Originally posted to Data Center POST

By Konstantin Borman, CEO Data Centre Services, Chayora

The demand for high-quality data hosting both in public and private cloud environments is surging across all industry sectors. A growing number of multinational enterprises require solutions for flexible deployments able to quickly scale to their evolving storage and computational needs. By providing a hosting solution that offers a high level of integration between software and hardware, cutting-edge cloud and colocation providers can create an environment that will grow with customers’ businesses to ensure their IT needs are always met.

Hyperconvergence lies at the heart of effective integrated IT environments. Generally speaking, the term hyperconvergence in this context refers to the use of software-defined IT infrastructure that converges all hardware systems. In essence, this software is the brains of IT operations, managing hardware in a manner that allows the user to store and process data in a way is flexible and easy to access.

Without the use of hyperconvergence in the IT space, it’s nearly impossible to build out large-scale cloud platforms and infrastructure or hybrid solutions. This IT framework combines computing, storage and networking resources into a single system that is managed by cutting-edge software. As a result, users can obtain a number of key benefits. Below I have listed what I believe to be the three most common advantages:

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