What is hyperconvergence?

The definition of “hyperconvergence” is defined by Gartner as “a platform offering shared compute and storage resources, based on software-defined storage, software-defined compute, commodity hardware and a unified management interface.” Forrester expands that hyperconvergence has four key characteristics: “integrated compute and storage resources, software-defined storage, automatic discovery and configuration, and minimal management outside the hypervisor console.”


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