Great vCloud Air article
check out this short overview on youtube
Simply put, EVO:RAIL is a Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCIA) offering by VMware and qualified EVO:RAIL partners. Partners include Dell, EMC, Fujitsu, Inspur, NetOne and SuperMicro. This impressive list of partners will ensure EVO:RAIL has a global market reach from day one, as well as the assurance of world class customer support and services these partners are capable of providing. For those who are not familiar with Hyper-Converged Infrastructure offerings: they typically combine compute, network and storage resources into a single unit of deployment. In the case of EVO:RAIL, this is a 2U/4-Node unit, where each node is an independent physical server within the 2U enclosure.
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