We performed a comparison between Atlantis Hyperscale and Nfina Hyperconverged based on real PeerSpot user reviews.Find out what your peers are saying about Dell Technologies, Nutanix, VMware and others in HCI.
StarWind Virtual SAN provides high availability and fault tolerance for virtualized environments without the need for dedicated SAN hardware. It allows for real-time replication between servers, shared storage for Hyper-V clusters, and enables vMotion and High Availability features for VMware vSphere. The solution reduces costs and leverages existing hardware while providing a scalable and reliable infrastructure. Valuable features include ease of use, scalability, top-tier support, hardware agnosticism, and the ability to use off-the-shelf standard servers to increase storage space. StarWind VSAN has helped organizations improve performance, data availability, and data security while reducing downtime and providing cost-saving storage options.
Nfina’s Hyperconverged is a High-Availability (HA) software-defined system with computing, network, storage, and virtualization in a single solution designed for maximum uptime and scalability. Nfina’s Hyperconverged Infrastructure combines all data center components, storage, compute, networking, and management within a single hypervisor. Deploying HCI reduces operational costs and simplifies infrastructure set-up and maintenance.
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Atlantis Hyperscale is ranked 31st in HCI while Nfina Hyperconverged is ranked 37th in HCI. Atlantis Hyperscale is rated 0.0, while Nfina Hyperconverged is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Atlantis Hyperscale is most compared with Nutanix Cloud Infrastructure (NCI), whereas Nfina Hyperconverged is most compared with .
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