Global Big Data revenues are expected to grow to just under $38 billion and cloud computing service revenues to more than $4 billion in 2016 resulting in local companies rethinking their data centre strategies. Matthew Lee, Regional Manager for Africa at SUSE, looks at the growth of software-defined data centres in this landscape. “There are market and technology forces at play that are driving the evolution of the data centre. If companies are to remain relevant for their stakeholders, they need to be able to adapt to these changing data requirements. Not only is the role of data becoming more integral in the success of a business, but it has become an indispensable tool for interpreting and analysing the sheer amount of information at the disposal of decision-makers,” he says.
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