HCI or CI for eDiscovery?

The Case Against Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI) for eDiscovery

Learn how you can reduce hassle and cut costs by employing conventional hardware

Among experienced professionals working in the eDiscovery industry, from software developers to infrastructure engineers, there is a vast difference of opinion regarding how to best deploy and leverage software/hardware resources (commonly called a technology stack) to deliver performant, cost-effective eDiscovery platforms.

One of the most polarizing debates relates to the use of Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI) versus Converged Infrastructure (CI, a.k.a. conventional/legacy hardware solutions) for the deployment of compute, network and storage resources.

It is our professional opinion that HCI is the wrong choice for eDiscovery systems. Our conclusions are informed by fifteen-plus years of conducting enterprise-class eDiscovery platform assessments, application implementations, and infrastructure benchmark testing for a global client base. We have compiled extensive quantitative and qualitative insights from the research and implementation of these real-world environments, from single users to multinational corporations.

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