Pros and cons of 4 types of software defined storage (SDS)
Physical application servers are now an outdated, foreign concept and it’s a smart assumption that servers will be virtualized. Software-defined storage (SDS) is poised to continue this journey to the software-defined infrastructure/data center and has a special place in the future of virtualization as a key tool in future-proofing an infrastructure. Continue reading to learn about the pros and cons of 4 types of SDS:
- Hypervisor based SDS
- Hyper-converged infrastructure SDS
- Storage virtualization SDS
- Scale-out object and/or file SDS.