[Beowulf] Hyper Convergence Infrastructure

Novosielski, Ryan novosirj at ca.rutgers.edu
Sat Oct 3 23:08:40 PDT 2015

I'd be curious what you were reading. Sounds interesting.

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On Oct 3, 2015, at 06:17, Lechner, David A. <dlechner at mitre.org<mailto:dlechner at mitre.org>> wrote:

I am wondering if anyone on this list has benchmarked the impact of an HCI solution on performance, or how this newest "next big thing" compares to a new Linux/intel commodity solution?
Is there some performance penalty fron the virtualization?
How do price points per FloP compare?
Is the advantage in the Systems administration, and is there a comparable open source solution?

Thanks in advance for  any insights.
Dave Lechner
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