The IT world loves buzz words and hypes…. In 2012 we heard a new term, Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC) coined by former VMware CTO Steve Herrod. What is all about SDDC? In simple words, it is the evolution of the data center with resource abstraction, pooling and data center automation to achieve better manageability, security and scalability
Fig 1: Evolution of the traditional data center to the software defined data center.
From HP’s point of view, the SDDC enables IT to optimize the rapid creation and delivery of business services. This capability is reliably enabled through policy-based automation, from the infrastructure up to the application level using a unified view of physical and virtual resources.
Also SDDC aligns business and IT like never before by:
Providing open choices regarding how best to consume and/or deliver IT for maximum agility
Higher flexibility, capacity and business value
All of these benefits abstract the complexities under the hood of SDDC infrastructure and control software. It is very important to manage and monitor these complexities. Without the right management strategy and roadmap, there is a higher probability that you will mess-up your SDDC implementation.
Please join me at HP Discover (Thursday, Jun 12, 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM - BB3376 - A roadmap to software-defined data center (SDDC) management) to learn how to build a roadmap and strategy for SDDC management.
With the right management strategy and roadmap in place, you’ll enjoy a significantly higher probability of success with your SDDC implementation
You can also find a full list of other sessions that might interest you at the event. Find more details at HP Discover session catalog here. I promise that this is a “can’t miss” event. If you are looking for more information about the software-defined data center, Las Vegas is the place to be.
Anil is an enterprise software professional with 15+ years of experience. He has both breadth and depth of understanding in IT Infrastructure management including Network, System, Storage, Virtualization and Cloud. As a product manager, Anil had successfully introduced many new products into the world wide market.He innovates on regular basis and he holds many patents.