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Leveraging HCIaaS for Hybrid Hyperscale Networking
Neil McEvoy
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August 26, 2016
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Hybrid Hyperscale Infrastructure as a Service

A critical consideration for telcos considering what type of compute platform to deploy for NFV is of course scale: Not only is telephony a massive scale of operations that requires real-time, near perfect quality, but it’s since been superceded by the Youtube video explosion; a magnitude more traffic but still as demanding of real-time quality.

It’s also likely to keep growing as we further embrace virtual and augmented realities, ongoing evolution of high quality video making, and so on.

Therefore aspects of the Cloud computing market that are especially pertinent are those such as ‘HCIaaS’ – Hyperscale Computing Infrastructure, as a Service.

The concept is introduced by Redmond Magazine, defining a segment of the Enterprise IT sector described as Hyperconverged infrastucture – But in this case within an Hybrid Cloud scenario, where the hyperscale part refers as much to remote Cloud services from AWS or Azure, as much as it does the on-premise equipment from EMC, Dell et al.

The article discusses Gridstore, who in particular specialize in overlaying across Hyper-V environments, and it also summarizes the market:

The market for what Gartner calls hyperconverged integrated systems (HCIS) is expected to grow 79 percent to $2 billion this year, according to the market research firm and predicts the technology will be widely by enterprises and service providers within the next five years. While HCIS dwarfs the traditional hardware and storage markets in terms of size, the new technology is the fastest growing and over time is expected to cannibalize the current systems and storage market. Gartner is forecasting revenues of $5 billion for HCIS in 2019.

‍Market Insights: Going Cloud Native

The article profiles Gridstore, who themselves took the positioning step into this market through acquiring another company DCHQ, the article noting this key market insight:

The software DCHQ provides allows developers to build and manage new cloud-native, SaaS-style apps as well as for the packaging of traditional apps into containers.

With pioneering providers like AT&T calling out for a ‘marketplace of Cloud Native NFVs’, those who offer the appropriate XaaS-Enablement solution set, are offering the ‘picks and shovels’ to equip the miners, the vendors who can be re-engineered into new supply chains.

Other keynote players leading this charge include Aviatrix, directly branding themselves as a supplier of Cloud Native Networking services, available via AWS and any other hyperscale Cloud, with a host of value add features for setting up and managing this scenario.

Hybrid Hyperscale Infrastructure as a Service

A critical consideration for telcos considering what type of compute platform to deploy for NFV is of course scale: Not only is telephony a massive scale of operations that requires real-time, near perfect quality, but it’s since been superceded by the Youtube video explosion; a magnitude more traffic but still as demanding of real-time quality.

It’s also likely to keep growing as we further embrace virtual and augmented realities, ongoing evolution of high quality video making, and so on.

Therefore aspects of the Cloud computing market that are especially pertinent are those such as ‘HCIaaS’ – Hyperscale Computing Infrastructure, as a Service.

The concept is introduced by Redmond Magazine, defining a segment of the Enterprise IT sector described as Hyperconverged infrastucture – But in this case within an Hybrid Cloud scenario, where the hyperscale part refers as much to remote Cloud services from AWS or Azure, as much as it does the on-premise equipment from EMC, Dell et al.

The article discusses Gridstore, who in particular specialize in overlaying across Hyper-V environments, and it also summarizes the market:

The market for what Gartner calls hyperconverged integrated systems (HCIS) is expected to grow 79 percent to $2 billion this year, according to the market research firm and predicts the technology will be widely by enterprises and service providers within the next five years. While HCIS dwarfs the traditional hardware and storage markets in terms of size, the new technology is the fastest growing and over time is expected to cannibalize the current systems and storage market. Gartner is forecasting revenues of $5 billion for HCIS in 2019.

‍Market Insights: Going Cloud Native

The article profiles Gridstore, who themselves took the positioning step into this market through acquiring another company DCHQ, the article noting this key market insight:

The software DCHQ provides allows developers to build and manage new cloud-native, SaaS-style apps as well as for the packaging of traditional apps into containers.

With pioneering providers like AT&T calling out for a ‘marketplace of Cloud Native NFVs’, those who offer the appropriate XaaS-Enablement solution set, are offering the ‘picks and shovels’ to equip the miners, the vendors who can be re-engineered into new supply chains.

Other keynote players leading this charge include Aviatrix, directly branding themselves as a supplier of Cloud Native Networking services, available via AWS and any other hyperscale Cloud, with a host of value add features for setting up and managing this scenario.

Neil McEvoy
http://cloudbestpractices.net/nfvaas/leveraging-hciaas/
http://cloudbestpractices.net/nfvaas/leveraging-hciaas/
Founder and CEO of the Cloud Best Practices Network.

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