At the Core
31 May 13

Software Defined Data Center (SDDC)

Historically compute and memory resources have been the easier to provision and manage due to more mature hypervisor technology. However technologies used for abstraction, provisioning and management of storage (Software-Defined Storage, SDS) and networking (Software-Defined Networking, SDN) resources are available, in-use and improving. When these technologies are utilized together you have a Software-Defined Data Center.

A Software-Defined Data Center is defined as an Infrastructure-as-a-Service (Iaas) platform where compute, memory, storage and network provisioning and management is automated and integrated into a single management interface. This allows for increased flexibility and efficiency and reduced deployment time.

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