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Hyper-converged infrastructure

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Throughout the domain of Computer Science we struggle with the trade off of encapsulation vs convergence. Encapsulation splits a solution into sub-components and hides the implementation of each. Convergence merges separate sub-components so that they may work better together.

In this talk I explore how this trade off has created two divergent designs of infrastructure: the encapsulated ‘traditional’ method against the newcomer on the block, ‘hyper-converged’.

This talk is part of the Churchill CompSci Talks series.

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