ROBO and Edge Don't Have to be a Headache

February 14, 2022

As organizations become more dispersed and data becomes more decentralized, it is increasingly important to have a modernized and agile approach to delivering IT at remote office and branch office (ROBO) and edge locations.

New IT demands have also emerged with field-based infrastructures, such as oil rigs, kiosks, cruise ships, forward-deployed military operations, and even airport security devices that need processing power close to the point of data collection. To tackle these requirements and meet the unique operating, disaster recovery, and data protection requirements of remote locations, organizations require a robust infrastructure solution that is easy to manage from a distance.

Unfortunately, the latency and connection issues of the public cloud can make it a poor fit for these sites, and traditional IT approaches of the past don’t provide enough simplicity, manageability, and cost efficiency.

As organizations look to modernize their infrastructure, more and more companies are turning to hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) to provide the foundation for an always-on solution that delivers a complete, invisible, and easily scalable infrastructure that will power diverse ROBO workloads.

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