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Hyperconverged Infrastructure Data Centers

Demystifying HCI

Paperback Engels 2019 9781587145100
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Improve Manageability, Flexibility, Scalability, and Control with Hyperconverged Infrastructure

Hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) combines storage, compute, and networking in one unified system, managed locally or from the cloud. With HCI, you can leverage the cloud’s simplicity, flexibility, and scalability without losing control or compromising your ability to scale.
In Hyperconverged Infrastructure Data Centers, best-selling author Sam Halabi demystifies HCI technology, outlines its use cases, and compares solutions from a vendor-neutral perspective. He guides you through evaluation, planning, implementation, and management, helping you decide where HCI makes sense, and how to migrate legacy data centers without disrupting production systems.

The author brings together all the HCI knowledge technical professionals and IT managers need, whether their background is in storage, compute, virtualization, switching/routing, automation, or public cloud platforms. He explores leading solutions including the Cisco HyperFlex platform, VMware vSAN, Nutanix Enterprise Cloud, Cisco Application-Centric Infrastructure (ACI), VMware’s NSX, the open source OpenStack and Open vSwitch (OVS) / Open Virtual Network (OVN), and Cisco CloudCenter for multicloud management.

As you explore discussions of automation, policy management, and other key HCI capabilities, you’ll discover powerful new opportunities to improve control, security, agility, and performance.

- Understand and overcome key limits of traditional data center designs
- Discover improvements made possible by advances in compute, bus interconnect, virtualization, and software-defined storage
- Simplify rollouts, management, and integration with converged infrastructure (CI) based on the Cisco - Unified Computing System (UCS)
- Explore HCI functionality, advanced capabilities, and benefits
- Evaluate key HCI applications, including DevOps, virtual desktops, ROBO, edge computing, Tier 1 enterprise applications, backup, and disaster recovery
- Simplify application deployment and policy setting by implementing a new model for provisioning, deployment, and management
- Plan, integrate, deploy, provision, manage, and optimize the Cisco HyperFlex hyperconverged infrastructure platform
- Assess alternatives such as VMware vSAN, Nutanix, open source OpenStack, and OVS/OVN, and compare architectural differences with HyperFlex
- Compare Cisco ACI (Application- Centric Infrastructure) and VMware NSX approaches to network automation, policies, and security


Aantal pagina's:544
Uitgever:Cisco Press
Hoofdrubriek:IT-management / ICT


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PART I: Basics of Data Center Networking and Storage
Chapter 1 Data Networks: Existing Designs
Chapter 2 Storage Networks: Existing Designs

PART II: Evolution in Host Hardware and Software
Chapter 3 Host Hardware Evolution
Chapter 4 Server Virtualization
Chapter 5 Software Defined Storage

PART III: Hyperconverged Infrastructure
Chapter 6 Converged Infrastructure
Chapter 7 HCI Functionality
Chapter 8 HCI Benefits and Use Cases

PART IV: Cisco HyperFlex
Chapter 9 Cisco HyperFlex
Chapter 10 Deploying, Provisioning, and Managing the HyperFlex Platform
Chapter 11 HyperFlex Workload Optimization and Efficiency

PART V: Alternative HCI Implementations
Chapter 12 VMware vSAN
Chapter 13 Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Platform
Chapter 14 Open Source Compute and Storage

Part VI: Hyperconverged Networking
Chapter 15 Software-Defined Networking and Open Source
Chapter 16 VMware NSX
Chapter 17 Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure

Part VII: Public, Private, Hybrid, and Multicloud
Chapter 18 The Public Cloud
Chapter 19 The Private Cloud
Chapter 20 The Hybrid Cloud and Multicloud


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