Next-generation hyperconverged Unified Compute Platform HC comes together with proven, award-winning object storage Hitachi Content Platform to deliver compelling solutions for enterprises with virtual desktop projects and with distributed computing needs at branch locations.
Highly available desktops –
Many businesses require virtualized desktop environments (VDI) remain always accessible, even in the event of unexpected outages. Customers such as stock exchange, hedge funds, CPG manufacturers etc. require always-on desktops to ensure continuous business operation throughout a disaster.
In the absence of an orchestrated recovery solution, bringing back the desktop is a manual task, which is risky and time-consuming. It could take days or hours to make desktops operations, severely crippling business activities.
Customers now have the option to choose validated integrated solution from Hitachi that incorporates high-performance hyperconverged appliances, file services for user data, profile and application repositories with Hitachi Data Ingestor (HDI) and object storage with Hitachi Content Platform (HCP).
You can ensure high user satisfaction by overcoming infrastructure bottlenecks with a scalable high performance hyperconverged system, Unified Compute Platform HC. UCP HC system with NVMe SSDs can consolidate your VDI and other applications on single hyperconverged platform with guaranteed Service Level Objective(SLO).
Both HDI and HCP are clustered for high availability. If both nodes go down, a new cluster or virtual machine can be deployed and immediately rebuild its directory from the data stored on HCP. Should an HCP fail, another HCP can pick up the workload. Since HCP is self-protecting and self-replicating with version support and easy self-service, even disaster recovery of a remote site is fairly simple.
This solution further improves the mobility of your employees by allowing them to work from any location, while ensuring seamless access to all apps and data.