— 4 May 2018


The system integrator CTI, together with Dell EMC and VMware, held an industry meeting dedicated to solutions that accelerate digital transformation and help unlock the full potential of IT infrastructure. Experts in the field informed the directors and IT managers of large enterprises how to optimize costs and simplify the IT environment using hyperconverged solutions.

“IT is increasingly being asked to be more flexible, productive and efficient. The complexity of implementing and maintaining information systems cannot ensure the flexibility, simplicity and speed that companies need. According to analysts, IT infrastructure management takes up 80% of the time and budget, while the costs of cloud solutions are growing rapidly. New technologies allow us to significantly reduce the cost of solutions,” said Sergey Meltz, Director of Marketing and New Products at CTI.

With the accumulation of multiple servers, data storage systems and other high-tech equipment, company IT departments are faced with the challenge of managing and updating everything in a timely manner. One of the solutions offered by CTI to its clients is a hyperconverged infrastructure.

Hyperconvergence eliminates the complexities of traditional IT management by combining data center services such as a server, data storage system and network, and managing them with a single application. Built-in features in hyperconverged technologies help companies consolidate data centers, protect and automatically recover data in the event of a crash, as well as scale virtual desktop infrastructure.

In his presentation, Alexander Sedavnykh, Senior Systems Engineer at Dell EMC, presented the portfolio of Dell EMC solutions for hyperconverged infrastructure: VxRail, VxRack and the XC series for accelerated deployment of corporate IT infrastructure and reduced operating costs. These solutions are becoming increasingly popular, especially when building central data centers.

In his presentation, Alexander Akishin, Desktop EUC Sales Specialist at VMware focused on the broad capabilities that arise for the efficient organization of employee activities when equipping secure digital workstations.

The demand for solutions of this kind can be explained by the increasing workload of IT professionals, while many companies are unable to increase their staff for various reasons. Realizing the need for a unified digital work environment that will “follow” the employees irrespective of their location, VMware has developed WorkSpace One. A single workplace enables management of devices, apps, data and access to them, even if the digital work environment includes numerous systems.

By combining all its digital tools and applications, a company creates a single catalog of corporate services available on various devices in accordance with job responsibilities, with a single monitoring point and support point. According to experts, this is one of the key advantages not only of products and solutions but also of the partner ecosystem.

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