There is a constant request for software defined solutions use cases and evidence of how these solutions move an IT organization closer to becoming a Digital Business versus merely adding an additional layer of complexity that holds the client team back. Is this solution bringing ease to your business, or adding complexity?
In part two of this two part blog on SDDC, we will take a deeper look at each of the areas that support the growing trends of agile software development and factory, all in support of the emerging DevOps space, where the SDDC will be a required component system, dynamically determining where and how to host the developed applications.
In the next few years, the software-defined data center will emerge as a key contributor to the next generation of IT projects and in the complexity and new capability of emerging technologies live the highest revenue opportunities for our partner community. In breaking down the key solution components of the SDDC, it is useful for enterprises and service providers to consider two key aspects…
It’s critical for solution providers to develop an understanding of the changes that are taking place in the data center so they can help guide customers through this evolution…that means being informed about the trends and technologies that are shaping the SDDC in order to meet customers’ expectations.