Advantages of disposable virtual machines in a hyperconverged environment
Today's companies don't need to buy additional hardware to deploy secure environments and test applications. Instead, they can use virtual machines. A separate kind of virtual machines are Disposable VMs. They are instantly created to perform primitive operations and are removed as soon as they are completed. We will discuss the benefits of operating Disposable VMs on the vStack platform.
How vStack has improved VM performance to almost the same level as physical servers
In this article, we'll examine why the vStack platform provides low overhead and what benefits it brings.
What are software-defined data centers, how they work and their applications
A short story about basic concepts and recommendations for choosing a virtualization platform.
The benefits of feature requests or how to stop paying for things you don't use
In this article we'll tell you why redundant functionality is disadvantageous for users and how to avoid it.
What to do with old hardware and storage when migrating to hyperconverged infrastructure
Figuring out how to efficiently use old hardware when switching to HCI
Hyperconverged platforms: who needs them and how to use them
Moore's Law no longer works, the limitations of x86 processors have led to developers waging a war for every Gigahertz. The way out could be a move to the vStack platform.
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