I get sick of all this vendor-marketing-speak, so here is my response.
I live in a hyper-converged environment. I call it a Home.
It has multiple containers, some dedicated to a single function, while others are dynamically configurable. I call them Rooms.
Many of the rooms work with Windows, but this functionality can be disabled with Curtains.
A few of the rooms directly interconnect, but most use a central network I call a Corridor.
This network is itself multi-level, the connections being made via Stairs. I considered an alternative connection type - a Lift, but found there would be little or no improvement in speed, but requiring considerable restructuring and expense.
Oh, almost forgot, the home has two highly secure connections to the wider environment. They are Outer doors.
Completely and utterly unrelated.
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