The Case Against HCI

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

Among experienced professionals working in the eDiscovery industry, from software developers to infrastructure engineers, it is commonly understood that eDiscovery operates in a niche, though prolific, space in the technology landscape. However, within this tight-knit community of experts, 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.

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