Differentiating yourself from the competition is vital in today’s fast-moving business environment. To support your business, IT systems must be simple, agile, and cost-effective so you can meet your customers’ requirements to be ever online. Lenovo ThinkAgile VX Series enables you to meet these requirements by focusing on the business outcome you require, rather than on building your infrastructure.
ThinkAgile VX Series, powered by VMware vSAN, is available in several models. Each is preconfigured, pretested, and optimized to provide the simplest way to bring a new VMware hyperconverged environment online. If you have an existing VMware environment, the VX Series can integrate into it easily.
Designed for any size business from SMBs through large enterprises, VX Series can be used as infrastructure for remote office/branch office (ROBO) and retail stores as well as virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) and enterprise applications.
Typically, VMware vSAN installation is very much a do-it-yourself project. Customers must configure, test, debug, optimize, validate, etc., on their own. However, ThinkAgile VX Series eliminates all of that time and effort by completing those steps before it leaves the factory.
VX Series arrives with the hardware configured, software installed, and Lenovo professional services to integrate it into your environment. This makes VX Series easy to deploy and provides faster time-to-value and reduces your costs.
VX Series is simple to manage and operate. With compute, storage, and virtualization resources integrated into a single node, it enables you to dramatically simplify your infrastructure by pooling multiple sets of node resources into a single virtual structure for more efficient utilization and management. Plus, the infrastructure scales rapidly to meet the growing needs of your business. Solutions include next-generation Intel® Xeon® Processor Scalable family CPUs, with up to 36% total performance improvement compared to the previous generation.*
There is no need for expensive IT overprovisioning. You can wait until you actually need additional resources before you pay for them.