This January Cisco announced platform innovations for HyperFlex 3.0 with a software releases that delivers performance and extends the operational simplicity of hyperconverged infrastructure to any application, with any cloud, at any scale. The result has been a platform that uniquely enables development and deployment of both traditional and cloud-native applications on a common hyperconverged platform.
New HyperFlex nodes powered by Intel® Optane™ SSD with NVMe
Kubernetes Containers support
Enterprise Application Validations including SAP, Oracle, and Microsoft
Multi-hypervisor support including Microsoft Hyper-V
Cluster scalability up to 64 nodes
Increased resiliency with stretched clusters and automated availability zones
At these events you will be treated to dinner, live music, and the debut of the HyperFlex CIO Customer Rock Video. You will also learn more about HyperFlex 3.0 in an overview presentation and have the chance to ask HyperFlex experts any questions you have about the platform.
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