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Steve McGarry

Why there’s never been a better time to adopt Hyper-converged Infrastructure

by Steve McGarry

on Oct 13, 2017 1:47:13 PM

We’re in an age where new competing technologies and architectures are constantly challenging the way we have delivered IT for years. We’ve all been exposed in some manner to “SDx” - Software Defined everything!

At Gyrocom we embrace the SDE (Software Defined Enterprise) and the associated benefits: vendor agnostic hardware and software driven intelligence. From the five key components that form the SDE (Compute, Networking, Storage, Automation & Management), my primary focus is on HCI (Hyper-converged Infrastructure) which is the consolidation of Compute and Storage into a single chassis.

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Topics: SDS, Software defined storage, SDDC, software defined data centre, VMWare, Hyper-converged infrastructure, HCI, intel, vSAN

Tanya Kingston

Gyrocom’s SDDC - Bringing Breakfast Back to IP Expo London 2016

by Tanya Kingston

on Oct 12, 2016 8:39:32 AM

First and foremost, thanks to everybody who took the time to visit our stand at London’s IP Expo last week. The event was a great opportunity to network and provided an excellent platform for showcasing Gyrocom’s expertise in the Software Defined Data Centre (SDDC).

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Topics: SDN, Software defined storage, SDDC, Network Virtualisation, Hyper-converged infrastructure, Network Security, SD-WAN, IP Expo, Private Cloud, VMworld, Public Cloud, Hybrid cloud

Steve McGarry

SDS and the impact on the future data center

by Steve McGarry

on Sep 9, 2014 8:57:00 AM

In the technology driven world we live in, there is always a ‘new’ emerging technology that is the hot topic usually with a catchy acronym to back it up; one such topic is SDS – Software Defined Storage … What is it, and how does it fit in to the current IT landscape ?

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Topics: SDS, Software defined storage, commodity hardware