Forrester Report: Software Defined Data Center - The Future of Infrastructure Architecture! Part-I
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Recognized by the industry, analysts and experts, a Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) is considered to be the next step in the evolution of virtualization and cloud computing. Forrester, an expert research firm in its report addresses some key points about SDDC that served many purposes for organizations to adopt Soft
Data center managers have longed for the ultimate abstraction
Forrester believes that the computer technology domain has been a quest for successively impr
The ‘Data Center In A Box’ Wasn’t Enough.
As early as 2001, the advent of converged infrastructure (CI) architectures helped in a new episode in abstractions. For the first time, solutions began to appear that pooled a combination of virtual servers, virtual networks and managed presentation of enterprise storage resources. Post 2006, the developments in management, the introduction of tools to create and deploy services, and advances in storage delivered a set of components that were poised to deliver on a complete data center abstraction. Throughout the same phase, the growth of cloud infr
The Opportunity: A Software-Defined Abstraction of the Data Center
Forrester believes that the Soft
The architectural and resource overviews of SDDC are layered on existing virtualization capabilities and are composed of physical and virtual resources. How? Stay tuned for our next space to discover Forrester’s insights on this!