This paper proposes to improve the process of technological renewal in data centers with the implementation of hyperconverged systems, through the virtualization of physical equipment, networks, storage and systems, to achieve cost reduction in critical areas such as: maintenance, consumption of energy, data center space and the optimization of the resources necessary for the administration and specialization of the IT team. The proposed methodology HSA (Hyperconverged Systems Applied), considers the planning and implementation of an integral IT architecture that combines software with high-level servers that can host systems capable of providing support and continuity of IT services, to design, implement and manage the technology in an orderly manner, reducing management efforts and increasing the organization's ability to support new projects. According to the results obtained with the application of the HSA methodology, it was reduced the size of virtualized systems by an average of 33.33% and the amount of non-virtualized technology by an average of 44.33%, depending on the cases evaluated was increased the level of IT team experience at 56.67% when managing more technology with less staff.
|Number of pages||5|
|Journal||International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering|
|Issue number||2 Special Issue 11|
|State||Published - Sep 2019|
Bibliographical noteFunding Information:
To the Eng. Edgar Rodríguez Romero, IT specialist at the National Superintendence of Sanitation Services of Peru, my colleagues and professors of the Graduate School of the National University Federico Villarreal.
- Data Center
- Hyperconverged systems
- IT architecture
- IT services