PeaSoup and VMware Virtual SAN: Using VMware-Powered Hyper-Converged Infrastructure to Increase Agility
This IDC Buyer Case Study looks at how PeaSoup, a cloud service provider company, selected a hyper-converged solution that includes a tightly integrated software stack, including VMware vSphere, the market-leading hypervisor; Virtual SAN, enterprise-class native storage; and VMware vCenter Server, a unified management solution. Organizations that are currently engaging in or evaluating hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) solutions can gain valuable insight from PeaSoup's experiences. This document examines why PeaSoup needed the hyper-converged infrastructure solution, the organization's main requirements, how the vendor relationship developed, results, and lessons learned. This IDC Buyer Case Study can help organizations more effectively evaluate partners and aid in choosing HCI solutions like those powered by VMware Virtual SAN.