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TCO Study: Dell EMC VxRail vs. DIY HCI Using vSAN ReadyNodes Configuration

White Paper Published By: DellEMC and Intel®
DellEMC and  Intel®
Published:  Sep 20, 2017
Type:  White Paper
Length:  21 pages

Over the last decade, converged infrastructure (CI) solutions have been used to implement virtualized infrastructure over a three-tier
configuration that is packaged, sold and supported as a single entity. In place of three separate vendors supplying and supporting the three tiers, with CI, customers gain faster ordering, less problem-prone deployment and less administrator burden. Dell EMC VxRail with Intel® Xeon® processor vs. DIY HCI Using vSAN ReadyNodes Configuration.

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