Enterprises are looking to modernize legacy infrastructure in ways which are cost effective and solve the data management problem caused by the need to store and analyze huge amounts of data. They must also provide a smooth and manageable path to hybrid cloud solutions as they mature over the coming years. One approach to resolving these issues is through Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI). HCI ...uses clusters of servers with data distributed across the cluster for durability. It is easy to scale performance with capacity by adding server nodes, and to optimize capital expenditure (CapEx) through flexible and incremental investment as needed. It benefits from the flexibility, cost and reliability advantages of standard, Intel® technology-based servers connected over a standard Ethernet network. HCI virtualizes all the elements of data center systems – compute, storage, and networking – with deployment and management of virtual machines (VMs) with storage through the hypervisor and single management pane, for increased efficiency and decreased operational expenditure (OpEx).