What is software-defined infrastructure?
Whether it's human genome research for cancer treatments and personalised medicine, aerodynamics testing for racecars, or for risk analysis of stock portfolios, organisations are using IBM software-defined infrastructure (SDI) solutions to efficiently deliver IT services.
SDI helps transform a static IT infrastructure into a dynamic resource, workload and data-aware environment. Application workloads are serviced automatically by the most appropriate resource running locally, in the cloud, or in a hybrid cloud environment.
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