Deploy and manage virtual servers in just a few clicks from the unique Hive Fabric user interface. No specialists required, not training needed. The Hive Fabric hypervisor, based on KVM, combines with our intelligent message bus for seemless orchestration.
Hive Fabric comes complete with our native desktop broker, and profile manager. Prodcution ready VDI within 45 minutes. No other vendors required. Take advantage of our unique In-Memory Storage capabiity and exceed end use performance expectations.
Software Defined Storage
Deploy and consume storage to meet your needs and requirements with Hive Fabric. Effortlessly deploy hyperconverged storage, utilize local storage, access in-memory stroage, or consume external NFS storage in minutes.
"Hive Fabric uses a message bus and UI to show an all-encompassing view of a data center and its connected components in real time" - TechTarget
Deploy and Support Your Entire Virtualization
Enviroment In a Single Pain of Glass
"HiveIO implements the new GPU and SDN support in a granular and flexible way that will better position IT to meet performance" - Storage Swiss
Reduce Your Capex, Run on Commodity Hardware
Hive Fabric virtualization was built from the ground up to run on any server. Hive Fabric enables our customers to deploy virtual desktops, virtual machines, and software defined storage in a single install, and on any x86 infrastructure.TCO Calculator Now
Exceed End User Performance Expectations
Hive Fabric comes with a native desktop broker and profile manager - VDI deploys in a single install without the need for other vendors. Take advantage of Hive Fabric's In-Memory primary storage capability and exceed end user VDI experience.Replicating Workloads With Iometer
Put Your Specialists to Work Where You Need Them Most
Hive Fabric's intelligent Message Bus makes data driver decisions so you spend less time managing and supporting your environment and more time focused on your end users. Let your specialists innocate for your business, not your infrastructure.Read The Case Study