Your web servers stay online even when your hardware goes offline.
Micron21’s hyperconverged clusters utilizes VMWare’s powerful technology to provide highly available compute and storage to your mission-critical applications.
Your disks are stored in a virtual RAID1 configuration, so should a physical disk suffer an issue, your data remains available.
If the case of a host failure, your VM will be started on a different server in the cluster.
All of our hosts are connected to multiple 10gbit switches, so should a physical switch fail your VM will continue to operate as normal.
Utilizing both SSD/HDD Hybris clusters, and full NVMe SSD clusters, you can expect great performance from your virtual server.
Micron21’s hyperconverged clusters use the latest Dell servers, ensuring speed and performance across the platform.
Leave the infrastructure to us, and use your time more efficiently to focus on growing your business.
This video from our Hyperconverged software partner VMWare goes over some of the benefits of hyperconvergence over
traditional server and storage setups.
In our Hyperconverged cluster, all critical datacentre functions run on a tightly integrated software layer, as opposed to purpose-built hardware. The result is that your environment is not dependant on a single host or point of failure. Three software components make up a hyperconverged platform: storage virtualization, compute virtualization, and management.
Software pools the underlying resources, then dynamically allocates them to applications running in VMs.
Micron21 has taken multiple mature standalone servers and successfully integrated them into our Hyperconverged cluster. From Telco providers, to web hosting companies, there is no challenge too big. Some advantages of making the move include: