Hyperconverged architectures claim to collapse compute, storage and networking into the same physical hardware. They create a cluster out of physical servers and leverage hypervisor technology to allow the cluster to run virtual machines and storage services at the same time. They also claim to converge networking. But do they? It is easy to overlook networking in hyperconverged architectures. But the reality is that nailing the network in this highly clustered concept is critical to its long-term success.