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Ask Yourself The Hard Questions – Is Your Network Ready for HCI and 10x Traffic Growth?

Plexxi Gartner reportWe have posed this question in past blogs, but it is worth asking yourself again – how ready is your network to support the business once you implement an HCI strategy? We hear more and more that people think they are ready, but then the workloads increase and points of failure are exposed and the business suffers. You are not alone but there are options to mitigate the pain.

Plexxi worked with Gartner to develop this exclusive report, “Leverage Networking to Ensure Your HCIS Can Support Demanding Workloads“. In this report, Gartner has identified five key recommendations for optimizing HCI.

Get the Gartner report today and to learn about:

  • Key challenges facing the network team through HCIS adoption
  • How to design and deploy networks to support demanding HCIS workloads
  • How to scale HCIS clusters with integrated network design

Ask yourself the hard network question and then find some answers with Plexxi.

Download the report here.

 

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Visionary solutions are built by visionary leaders. Plexxi co-founder and Vice President of Product Management Mat Mathews has spent 20 years in the networking industry observing, experimenting and ultimately honing his technology vision. The resulting product — a combination of traditional networking, software-defined networking and photonic switching — represents the best of Mat's career experiences. Prior to Plexxi, Mat held VP of Product Management roles at Arbor Networks and Crossbeam Systems. Mat began his career as a software engineer for Wellfleet Communications, building high speed Frame Relay Switches for the carrier market. Mat holds a Bachelors of Science in Computer Systems Engineering from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.