Features & Capabilities

Security

  • Correlated security for users, network and transmission levels.
  • AI-based web filtering and access control keep the user protected from phishing, malware, virus, and ransomware websites.

 

Simplicity

  • SIER simplifies deployment and operations by freeing up 80% of IT resources.
  • Deploy a branch device in minutes with Sangfor zero-touch provisioning with easy set-up and configuration by any staff member with any degree of IT knowledge.

 

Intelligence

  • Greatly improves business availability.
  • Supports critical app traffic with imperceptible fail-over.
  • Automatically selects the best quality link for critical applications based on QoE (latency, packets loss, jitter)
  • Bonding multiple WAN links for core business.

Optimization

  • Optimization engines help improve work efficiency by 3-10 times.
  • JET Engine: Advanced automatic FEC technology makes a smooth video conference possible. Guaranteed speed improvement of 3-10 times in high packet loss network.

 

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Embracing the New Era of Digital Applications Infrastructure

We are in the age of clouds; one where most of our interactions with the internet and technology are cloud-based. The use of the cloud in commonplace functions includes data backups, emails, file sharing, storage, big data analytics, banking, and e-commerce. All of these applications make clouds essential to how we connect to the world. This has slowly decreased the use of physical servers as clouds centralize all of the above-mentioned functions. As a result, even the infrastructure used to host apps is changing.  Applications play a significant role in our daily lives. We use them for shopping, transportation, day-to-day tasks, tracking our health, social media, work management, and more. Traditionally, applications had been developed to run on physical servers. Virtual machine virtualization was the earliest introduction of applications to cloud computing. However, even with VMs, the achievement of virtualization is still hardware-based. Cloud-native container-based applications differ in that they are built and run entirely on cloud environments, eradicating complete reliance on hardware.  For years, platforms such as Kubernetes have made cloud-native applications an accessible route for organizations looking to run containers, and since COVID-19 there has been a larger shift to Kubernetes as a solution as more businesses migrated to multi-cloud environments. In 2021, ITWeb published an article in which they stated “In 2019, 71% of organizations ran Kubernetes on-premises. This virtually got flipped in 2020 with 67% of businesses now running Kubernetes in the cloud.” According to ContainIQ, 31% of backend developers globally use Kubernetes. In an in-depth research study conducted by Pure Storage in a 2021 Kubernetes adoption survey, 89% of the respondents interviewed said they expected Kubernetes to play a larger role in their infrastructure management in the next 2-3 years.  This is the future of application architecture, and an important step for businesses who want to continuously embrace the latest developments in technology.  What Are Containers? ProfessionalDevOps.com defines containers as software units abstracted from the operating system that helps organizations create an environment in which applications can be built, tested, managed, and deployed.   What Is Kubernetes? Known as The Kingpin of Future Application Development, Kubernetes was first developed in 2007 by Google to manage its data centers. It was thereafter donated to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, and today Kubernetes (K8s) is an open-sourced orchestration platform at the forefront of containerized application software deployment and management. Kubernetes works by distributing application workloads across Kubernetes clusters according to the functions/needs of each container. However, managing the many components of Kubernetes from the API server, to the pods, controller manager, and Kubelets can make it challenging for inexperienced users. This is why Sangfor developed its Next Generation Converged Digital Infrastructure platform, to simplify everything cloud-native application related, from deployment to the management and scalability, as well as everything in between. Sangfor NG-CDI provides a converged solution to navigating modern app infrastructure. What Is Sangfor NG-CDI? Sangfor NG-CDI (Next Generation Converged Digital Infrastructure) architecture is a cloud-based platform that deploys applications by sorting and packaging them into containers. Sangfor NG-CDI has Kubernetes built into the kernel while the containers are supported natively on the Sangfor platform. Though cloud-based, Sangfor NG-CDI also supports virtual monitors and applications deployed on them. The NG-CDI platform accelerates the deployment of application containers and application VMs by packaging them into Helm templates, which are files that have formats that can be read/understood by Kubernetes and describe what resources each cluster will contain. All of this is of course done through the Sangfor Cloud Platform.  Because containerization is cloud-native, Sangfor Cloud allows for the easier integration of Kubernetes through our cloud services. According to Data Dog, 90% of Kubernetes users leverage cloud-managed services such as the Sangfor Cloud Platform. Sangfor NG-CDI is automated with self-updating abilities and accommodates existing VM systems while promoting cloud-native and containerized systems for potential advancements. Learn more about Sangfor NG-CDI at https://www.sangfor.com/cloud-and-infrastructure/solutions/sangfor-ngcdi. What Are the Benefits of Modern Cloud Applications? Greater Agility Scalability Increased speed and Reliable deployment of applications Security through Sangfor’s End-to-End protection DevOps Friendly- Containerization reduces the workload that IT teams are required to put into operations by simplifying infrastructure processes Centralization and portability Affordability  More resources, all of which are utilized according to container requirements Conclusion Virtual Machines are still very much around and may be for a while but Cloud-Native solutions are the next step into a new era of digital application infrastructure. The great thing about Sangfor NG-CDI is that we assist businesses in making smooth transitions from traditional VM-based applications to containerized applications. From thereon, you can develop new apps and scale as much as needed.   Contact Sangfor For Your Cloud Platform Enquiries


Cloud and Infrastructure

HCI for Data Migration: Smooth Live Migration with Sangfor HCI

Live migration is typically defined as the migration of virtual machines (VMs) from one host to another with as minimal interruption as possible. This is done to ensure that businesses are constantly able to run on a physical host that is reliable and has sufficient resources. In what is today known as the era of cloudification, live migration of virtual machines is a hot technology that has attracted widespread attention. As one of the core technologies of cloud computing, Sangfor has deeply researched virtual machine live migration in search of ways to accelerate and improve the process. As more and more users deploy core services on the cloud platform, business applications require higher Service Level Agreement guarantees, which also means the highest standard available of the services provided. Live migration is not exempt from this. There is a need for the length of disruption experienced during migrations to decrease, going as far as organizations requiring zero downtime. The scenarios that may lead to downtime include: Maintenance of physical hosts, such as hardware replacement and service maintenance. Cloud platform upgrade that requires immediate upgrade of physical hosts in the cluster. The need for better resource utilization efficiency by the cloud platform. A server overload that requires migration to an underloaded server. Oracle’s virtual machines carry 1000 concurrent users, making use of Sangfor HCI as the host of their business services. During migration, Oracle’s performance jitters for a mere 6 seconds, and the service interruption time is only 1 second. This means the upper-layer service can get a smooth migration experience with almost zero interruption. When compared to the test results of other hyper-converged products in the industry, the advantages of Sangfor HCI are evidently superior. So, how does Sangfor HCI achieve this? The Innovation behind Sangfor HCI Sangfor HCI is derived from the advantages of multiple underlying core technologies. One of these key technologies is the CPU throttling algorithm, the basic principle of which is as follows: In the initial stage of migration, the source host starts an identical virtual machine on the destination host through the negotiation mechanism and puts it into a quiesced state.  After the source host QEMU records all the memory data of the virtual machine, it is transmitted to the destination host through the network. However, since the running business will read and write memory data during the transmission process, the newly generated memory data will be re-recorded after the first round of transmission is completed. It will transmit it to the destination host in the same way, and iterate in turn until the last recorded memory data meets a threshold, the source host will stop running- that is, only 1 second of service interruption duration.  QEMU transfers the remaining memory data to the destination host at one time, then the destination host starts running, and the source host shuts down. In this process, it may happen that the sequential iterations fail to converge, which will reduce the CPU utilization of the virtual machine and reduce the throughput of the business. Furthermore, during the final downtime of the live migration, the ping network interruption time does not exceed 2 seconds (the best test result is 0 seconds). The key manner in which Sangfor HCI optimizes is by designing a new algorithm, taking into account multiple indicators, such as the migration time and the time that the business is affected by throttling. Sangfor HCI ultimately reduces both of these factors. The implementation of this technology enables the aforementioned use cases for migration to be completed successfully and with new ease. In addition to the CPU throttling algorithm, Sangfor HCI has optimized the QEMU live migration compression algorithm, BITMAP data block granularity adjustment, RAM dirty data delay migration mechanism, RAM live migration time slice dynamic adjustment mechanism, and IO QoS dynamic adjustment mechanism. Sangfor HCI’s efficiency is undeniable and unlike any other. It is certainly worth considering by organizations looking to speed up and smoothen their migration processes. What are the Benefits of VMs and Migration? The most evident benefit -particularly emphasized by Sangfor- is the increased uptime. We understand the importance of minimizing downtime to avoid even the slightest halt in system processes, which is why we have continued to find ways to decrease interruption and avoid failure VMs allow organizations to easily upgrade their software and hardware Virtual machines are environmentally friendly. Virtualization reduces hardware and space requirements Cost savings. In the long run, opting for VMs is cost-effective Quick resource provisioning- Virtualized environments can be resolved quickly where disasters would affect physical servers indefinitely Better security and data protect FAQs What is QEMU? QEMU (Quick EMUlator) is a virtualization software that enables the running of programs on devices that would otherwise be incompatible; such as running a Windows program on OS or Linux. What is required in order for live migration to take place? A stable source that will not be damaged or altered by the outgoing migration is necessary, as well as a virtual machine that can be suspended and resumed without causing even the slightest failure What might cause failure during migration? The hardware or software at the destination host is not compatible with that of the source host Slow network connection The destination machine has not been configured to receive migrations While there are many other possible diagnoses, and they may even differ across platforms being used for migration, these are a few of the common issues. What is Sangfor HCI – Hyper Converged Infrastructure? Sangfor HCI (Hyper-Converged Infrastructure) is the new generation of cloud IT architecture that is built on the innovative 3rd generation, hyper-converged infrastructure platform. By converging compute, storage, networking and security on a single software stack, Sangfor HCI provides a 1-stop software-defined data centre solution which is extremely simplified in architecture, ultimately reliable for business-critical applications and dramatically easy to use in management. Contact Us for Business Inquiry


Cloud and Infrastructure

How Tesla Has Successfully Utilized the Cloud in Their Innovation

Tesla’s growth over the years has undeniably been one of the talks of the decade. What started off in 2003 as a mission to change the stigma and improve the overall automation of electric cars, is now a billion-dollar automotive and clean energy company with stellar AI and cloud developments in their processes. Becoming a household name by pioneering and being a leader in the electric vehicle industry, Tesla has expanded its horizons in manufacturing and selling battery and solar panel technology.  As a testament to their innovation, Tesla’s global production and sales results in the first quarter of 2022 did not disappoint. Deliveries reached a quarterly record, while the production was at a near-record level. That was outstanding news considering how challenging the global economy and automotive industry is in particular, where global automobile sales across brands had been predicted to fall to just under 70 million units in 2021. Tesla increased its overall electric car production in Q1 by about 69% year-over-year to 305,407, just a few hundred units below the record of 305,840 set in Q4 2021. In 2017, the average quarterly production volume of Tesla was a mere 25,000 cars. Today, it currently has the highest brand growth even outside of the automotive industry, showcasing a year-on-year growth of 184% in 2021.  So, the magic question: having seen their 2017 numbers compared to their 2021 statistics, how did Tesla successfully pull itself out of the “production hell”, gaining the title of “king of electric vehicles”?  We explore some of the influences on Tesla’s growth below. Tesla’s Smart Manufacturing Developments The answer to the question of how Tesla managed such terrific numbers points to smart manufacturing and modern technologies.  Since 2014, Tesla has built six Gigafactories around the world to cut the costs of battery cells. The automotive manufacturer has implemented smart factories, where technologies such as devices, sensors, and robots are connected and work simultaneously together within an integrated system to produce cars and batteries more efficiently.  By housing production, assembly, and other phases of the process under one roof, the company can churn out products at a more competitive rate, while lowering the costs that would usually be incurred by using external production services. The structure’s massive roof is also covered in solar cells which allow the factory to produce its own energy.   The ultimate goal of Tesla is to build a fully autonomous electric vehicle. Whenever a Tesla goes into autopilot it sends data back to a cloud server from which Tesla learns how to improve the functionality. That knowledge then gets pushed back to the cars in software updates. A couple years ago, there was an incident where there was overheating causing issues in the engine’s operation. To fix the issue, a software was launched to patch up the problem. Since Tesla has already optimized its territory in the tech world, it is a given that they are currently utilizing the cloud and AI for autonomous driving capabilities. Of course, not every manufacturer is Tesla, nor has this large a scale of operations or resources, but cloud computing is still a boon for manufacturers, especially for those who are looking to digitize and transform their production lines more efficiently. Where Does the Cloud Come into Manufacturing? It is also important to understand that the manufacturing industry has not been exempt from industry 4.0./the fourth industrial revolution. Rather, manufacturing has and will continue to play an important role in developments and continuity in various industries (e.g. growth in the rates of production as well as businesses that have sought to include sustainability in their manufacturing processes), which subsequently requires that manufacturing as an industry remain up to date itself. Cloud-based systems are just one of the ways in which manufacturers can process, store, and backup the wealth of data that they collect, and the further use of technologies such as software as, applications, and AI can be linked to their clouds to provide centralized integration and ease.  Additionally, development in areas such as advanced robotics, 3D printing, IoT, and more provides new areas for manufacturers to explore. Sangfor provides solutions for manufacturing industries, bringing revolutionary changes to their processes. Read some of the success stories on industry leading manufacturers.  Hybrid cloud solutions further provide the benefit of allowing manufacturers to integrate their infrastructure with the cloud, utilizing both on-premises hardware and cloud-based solutions as an innovative strategy for development. Cybersecurity and data protection are benefits of a hybrid cloud solution necessary for every organization seeking to protect their data and secure their networks. Cloud as a solution might be imperative for manufacturers looking to keep upwith technologies that are creating value in the world. Why Sangfor? Sangfor cloud solution leverages its world-leading hyper-converged infrastructure platform and security capabilities to deliver secure private cloud, flexible managed cloud, and consistent hybrid cloud for customers on demand. Based on consistent cloud architecture, Sangfor cloud gives customers not only a simplified cloud infrastructure but also an easy-to-use business-centric digital platform. Several manufacturers across APAC and EMEA like Samsung, Toshiba, and Sony are adopting Sangfor’s cloud solution to transform their legacy data center infrastructure and improve their production efficiency. Contact Us to know more about Sangfor products and solutions for your cloud requirements.   Editor's Note: The purpose of this blog article is to describe how enterprises in the manufacturing industry can benefit from the cloud to enhance their productivity & innovation. Sangfor is not affiliated to or associated with Tesla.


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Sangfor Customers Speak through Gartner Peer Insights

Sangfor Technologies, a leading vendor of cyber security and cloud computing solutions, has recently been listed in the 2022 Gartner® Peer Insights™ ‘Voice of the Customer’ reports for both Network Firewalls and Hyperconverged Infrastructure Software. Gartner, Inc. which delivers actionable, objective insight to executives and their teams periodically publishes the ‘Voice of the Customer’. “The “Voice of the Customer” is a document that synthesizes Gartner Peer Insights’ reviews into insights for IT decision makers.” According to the reports, Sangfor Technologies received a 4.8 out of 5 overall rating and is mentioned as a Strong Performer for both its Network Firewall product Sangfor NGAF and Hyperconverged Infrastructure Software solution Sangfor HCI. Both products received strong ratings in the four sub-categories: Sangfor NGAF Product Capabilities [4.8/5] Sales Experience [4.8/5] Deployment Experience [4.8/5] Support Experience [4.9/5] Sangfor HCI Product Capabilities [4.8/5] Sales Experience [4.7/5] Deployment Experience [4.7/5] Support Experience [4.8/5] Customers from various industries and of varying sizes (SMB to large enterprises) have shared their thoughts and experiences with Sangfor NGAF and Sangfor HCI and both products are highly recommended. Below is a selection of reviewers’ comments. Sangfor NGAF Reviews In one review from February 18, 2022, the IT department of a Malaysian government organization which deployed Sangfor NGAF On-Premise wrote: "Overall the product is working very good so far in term of filtering and inspection network and application traffic for threats, secure the network environment and reporting the network threats." For plenty more detailed reviews on Sangfor NGAF, visit Gartner Peer Insights by clicking here. Sangfor HCI Reviews In one review from Jan 26, 2022, the IT department of an Indonesian healthcare organization listed the following likes about Sangfor HCI: “Easy management console. My new team can manage the HCI console without any hassle.” “Good support and fast response from the Sangfor Teams, including the Marketing, Presales and also Technical Support.” “They provide value added service, such as Security Bulletin, Join Planning Session and Customer Experience Survey.” “Cost effective product.” For plenty more detailed reviews on Sangfor HCI, visit Gartner Peer Insights by clicking here. Source: 1. Gartner Peer Insights ‘Voice of the Customer’: Hyperconverged Infrastructure Software. Published on 28 April, 2022 2. Gartner Peer Insights ‘Voice of the Customer’: Network Firewalls, Published on 29 April, 2022 Disclaimer: GARTNER is a registered trademark and service mark, and PEER INSIGHTS is a trademark and service mark, of Gartner, Inc. and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and internationally and are used herein with permission. All rights reserved. Gartner Peer Insights content consists of the opinions of individual end users based on their own experiences with the vendors listed on the platform, should not be construed as statements of fact, nor do they represent the views of Gartner or its affiliates. Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in this content nor makes any warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this content, about its accuracy or completeness, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. About Sangfor NGAF – Next Generation Firewall NGFW Listed in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Network Firewalls as Visionary, Sangfor NGAF is the world's first AI-enabled, WAF-integrated next-generation firewall (NGFW) designed with robust malware detection and response capabilities to secure the network from malicious intrusion and unknown zero-day attacks, eliminating over 99% of threats at the perimeter. To find out more about Sangfor NGAF, including product advantages, success stories, and videos, please visit us at https://www.sangfor.com/cybersecurity/products/ngaf-next-generation-firewall. About Sangfor HCI – Hyper Converged Infrastructure Sangfor has been providing cutting-edge 3rd generation hyper-converged infrastructure using x86 servers since 2015 and was the first HCI vendor to incorporate security all in one appliance. Sangfor HCI has been listed in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Hyperconverged Infrastructure Software for 3 consecutive years and has played a significant role in helping some of the world’s most reputable companies achieve virtualization, hyper-convergence, Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC), and distributed hybrid cloud. To find out more about Sangfor HCI, including product advantages, success stories, and videos, please visit us at https://www.sangfor.com/cloud-and-infrastructure/products/hci-hyper-converged-infrastructure. About Sangfor Technologies Founded in 2000 and a publicly traded company as of 2018 (STOCK CODE: 300454.SZ), Sangfor Technologies is an APAC-based, global leading vendor specializing in Cyber Security, Cloud Computing, and IT infrastructure. Visit  to learn more about Sangfor’s solutions and let Sangfor make your Digital Transformation simpler and secure. 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Sangfor Technologies Launches Managed Cloud Services now in Thailand

Sangfor Technologies, a leading global vendor of IT infrastructure, cloud, and cyber security solutions, launches its Managed Cloud Services (MCS). The launch was in partnership with IT Green Public Company Limited, a distributor of IT products at the corporate level based in Thailand. The new service will allow companies to access IT services on demand without investing in costly hardware and manpower. MCS offers the convenience and flexibility of a public cloud with the security, control, and professional service of a private cloud, making it the best cloud service approach for both large companies and small and medium enterprises (SMEs). These services are also proven to offer top tier digital infrastructure and platform while accelerating digital transformation and allowing IT leaders to concentrate their work on service availability and business innovation rather than infrastructure routine tasks. With Sangfor's MCS, organizations can get more flexible with their cloud adoption for a smoother digital transformation. Local business and global enterprise could host their workloads at Sangfor MCS - Shared Zone for general purpose or the Dedicated Zone as a tailored Managed Private Cloud for demanding applications, which can be a high performance and low latency system with high compliance or security requirement. With Sangfor's MCS service, partners and customers will be benefited:  Data Security: Sangfor's service includes a built-in anti-ransomware solution and critical data backup and recovery feature, also featuring professional managed security services (MDR, IR, security risk assessment, etc.) Partners centric: Sangfor MCS is designed for local partners delivering their own cloud services to their own customers. Professional 1-on-1 expert services: Sangfor provides partners and their customers with the tailored 1-on-1, worry-free expert service from locally based offices, speaking the local language and poised to understand partners' specific needs better. It allows customers to get a response within 5 mins. Thuchapon Intaphrome, Country Manager of Sangfor Thailand, said, "Our goal is to provide local Thai businesses a one-stop-shop cloud service with vendor level Hybrid Cloud and Managed Security Service (MSS). Our newest service will help companies reduce their administrative hours and the cost of managing and maintaining the system.  He added that we have always strived to become a trusted managed cloud service provider and aim to provide reliable and secure cloud infrastructure services in Thailand for medium and large organizations.  Aside from the Managed Cloud Services, Sangfor Technologies will continue to provide all-rounded solution consultants to customers based on customer resources, technology, and business requirements.  About Sangfor Technologies Sangfor Technologies is an APAC-based, global leading vendor of IT infrastructure, cloud computing and cyber security solutions. Visit us at www.sangfor.com to learn more about Sangfor's Security & Cloud solutions, and let Sangfor make your digital transformation simpler and secure.


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Sangfor HCI Customers Speak through Gartner® Peer Insights™

Looking for the right vendor for HCI deployment? Check out 2022 Gartner Peer Insights ‘Voice of the Customer’: Hyperconverged Infrastructure Software report. Gartner, Inc. which delivers actionable, objective insight to executives and their teams periodically publishes the ‘Voice of the Customer’. “The “Voice of the Customer” is a document that synthesizes Gartner Peer Insights’ reviews into insights for IT decision makers.” Gartner states that “Only vendors with 20 or more eligible published reviews during the specified 18-month submission period are included.” In the HCI software market, Gartner Peer Insights has published 1,145 reviews and ratings in the 18-month period ending 28 February 2022.” (Gartner Peer Insights ‘Voice of the Customer’: Hyperconverged Infrastructure Software) Sangfor Technologies, with its cutting-edge 3rd generation HCI solution, has been recognized in the 2020 and 2021 editions of this Gartner report and we believe our product has gone from strength to strength. Sangfor has an impressive 4.8 out of 5 Overall Rating, with 86% 5-Star Ratings from 28 reviews in the reported period. Sangfor HCI was classified as a ‘Strong Performer’ underpinned by above-average ratings for all four main rating categories among listed vendors: Product Capabilities [4.8 vs 4.66] Sales Experience [4.7 vs 4.63] Deployment Experience [4.7 vs 4.64]  Support Experience [4.8 vs 4.73] According to the report, 93% of reviewers would recommend Sangfor HCI, while that figure stands at 100% for reviews posted on Gartner Peer Insights in the past 12 months (as of April 25, 2022). Screenshot from Gartner Peer Insights as of April 25, 2022 Customers from various industries and of varying sizes (SMB to large enterprises) have kindly shared their thoughts and experiences with Sangfor HCI. Let’s dig a little deeper to find out what they have had to say. In one review from Jan 26, 2022, the IT Assistant Manager of an Indonesian healthcare organization gave 5 Stars in every single rating category and sub-category and listed the following likes about our HCI solution: “Easy management console. My new team can manage the HCI console without any hassle.” “Good support and fast response from the Sangfor Teams, including the Marketing, Presales and also Technical Support.” “They provide value added service, such as Security Bulletin, Join Planning Session and Customer Experience Survey.” “Cost effective product.” For plenty more detailed reviews on Sangfor HCI, visit Gartner Peer Insights by clicking here. Sangfor would like to express its sincere gratitude to all customers and partners for their continued support. Your positive experiences and success stories are the driving forces behind our continuous innovation and strive for excellence.   Sangfor is committed to bringing users old and new the industry’s leading products and services to make your digital transformation simpler and secure. Sangfor HCI Sangfor has been providing cutting-edge 3rd generation hyper-converged infrastructure using x86 servers since 2015 and was the first HCI vendor to incorporate security all in one appliance. Sangfor HCI has been listed in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Hyperconverged Infrastructure Software for 3 consecutive years and has played a significant role in helping some of the world’s most reputable companies achieve virtualization, hyper-convergence, software-defined data center, and distributed hybrid cloud. With increasing deployment and recognition, Sangfor has become a key player in the global HCI market. The HCI market continues to expand. HCI now covers a wide range of use cases from server virtualization, virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), branch office scenarios to critical missions, databases, containers, cloud data centers, edge computing and other important scenarios. More and more enterprises are beginning to reshape their IT infrastructure with HCI. To find out more about Sangfor HCI, including product advantages, success stories, and videos, please visit us at https://www.sangfor.com/cloud-and-infrastructure/products/hci-hyper-converged-infrastructure. Source: Gartner Peer Insights ‘Voice of the Customer’: Hyperconverged Infrastructure Software. Published on 28 April, 2022 Disclaimer: GARTNER and PEER INSIGHTS are trademarks and service marks of Gartner, Inc. and/or its affiliates and are used herein with permission. Gartner Peer Insights content consists of the opinions of individual end users based on their own experiences with the vendors listed on the platform, should not be construed as statements of fact, nor do they represent the views of Gartner or its affiliates. Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in this content nor makes any warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this content, about its accuracy or completeness, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. About Sangfor Sangfor Technologies is an APAC-based, global leading vendor specializing in Cyber Security, Cloud Computing, and IT infrastructure. Visit us at www.sangfor.com to learn more about Sangfor’s solutions and let Sangfor make your Digital Transformation simpler and secure.


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