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Preparing for the Many Possible Futures of the Business Enterprise
Tuesday 18 September 2018
IT leaders are being asked to prepare for change not completely foreseeable from the CIO’s helm.
The software-defined data centre (SDDC), in which infrastructure is virtualised and delivered via pooled resources “as a Service” has promised to deliver the sought-after agility required by businesses. It offers many advantages in this regard, sspecifically:
- Promotes a business-focused approach rather than a component-centric one in which the technology constrains the business decisions and engenders server, network, and storage silos unable to adapt responsively.
- Reduces the need for specialized components while enabling each application to reside on the most appropriate underlying infrastructure.
- Facilitates automation of resource provisioning and management, which frees network staff from tedious, repetitive tasks, can drastically reduce human resources requirements with a tilt toward core talent, and ensures standard deployments, not to mention speeding service delivering and enabling SLA achievement.
- Creates a location-agnostic data centre, which can reside across multiple physical sites and combine various service providers, a boon for contract negotiations. SDDC can combine public cloud for scalability and turnkey development environments with on-premises capabilities that to deliver the security, latency, and other advantages required for certain applications.
Flexible, agile, and capable of supporting true ITaaS and rapid or continuous deployment (CD), SDDC may be ideal for businesses needing to “fail fast and fix it” in order to capture or maintain competitive advantage.
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