THE IT INDUSTRY is abuzz with the new concept of the “software-defined data center,” or SDCC. What makes it different from a traditional data center? Is a software-defined data center just existing physical assets with more virtualized aspects, or is it something revolutionary? Does it rely on homogeneous vendors and providers or is it like my physical data center, can I do what I want? Some say SDDC is an extension of existing physical assets. Yet, at its core, it should free the application layer from the physical infrastructure layer. The industry characterizations thus far do not fully explain the potential software-defined data centers offer to take enterprise IT on the “quantum leap” some predict.
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