What Does the Software-Defined Datacenter Means to the CIO

What Does the Software-Defined Datacenter Means to the CIO


While initial returns from virtualization are generally stellar, the long term results often fall short of expectations, in large part because the rapid expansion of virtual server deployments threatens to overload storage and data network facilities, causing overprovisioning of storage capacity and increased administrative workloads.

As a result, you need a virtualized network that can interconnect storage and tools to manage and automate in an integrated data center system. In short, you need a centrally managed software-defined data center.

Download this exclusive whitepaper now to discover the results of research on more than 30 companies that are at different points in the convergence and virtualization process and find out how to handle it in your organization.

VMware, Inc.
02 Oct 2013
02 Oct 2012
10 Page(s)
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