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“The biggest knock on hyper-converged has been that, at least at the very beginning, you couldn’t scale compute and storage separately,” said Dave Raffo, a senior analyst at Evaluator Group. “If you only needed more processing, you still had to add the capacity. If you only needed more storage, you had to add CPU and get vSAN and vSphere licenses. You had to scale everything together.”