Are any of the manufacturers actually moving any units? I haven't heard a good word from Dell or EMC.
Vmware screwed the pooch on this one for sure.
Hewlett Packard has stopped selling its ConvergedSystem 200-HC, the hyperconverged rig based on VMware's EVO:RAIL system architecture. VMware launched EVO:RAIL at VMworld 2014, pitching its combination of compute, storage, core VMware server virtualisation products and a simplified GUI as ideal for smaller businesses or branch …
Although snarky, I get the drift of the article. I don't see the value of EVO:RAIL either. Why pay more for less? It certainly does seem like a lazy strategy. I somehow expected (much) more from the likes of VMware... EVO:RAIL is a serious disappointment.
way to expensive... Who thought of the idea to sell a product to customers that manages that other product you sell to them that manages the actual product they want.
What should have happened is someone say this is a great product lets replace the horrid vCenter with this new scale out HTML5 management engine and use it to manage vSphere/vSAN/NSX.
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