SOFTWARE-DEFINED DATA CENTER
THE IT FRONTIER IN "EVERYTHING AS A SERVICE"
SOFTWARE-DEFINED DATA CENTER: AN ICT FRONTIER
THE SOFTWARE-DEFINED DATA CENTER (SDDC) IS A STRUCTURE WHERE THE ELEMENTS OF THE INFRASTRUCTURE – NETWORKING, STORAGE, CPU AND SECURITY – ARE VIRTUALIZED AND DELIVERED AS A SERVICE. THE CONFIGURATION AND OPERATION OF THE ENTIRE INFRASTRUCTURE ARE COMPLETELY INDEPENDENT OF THE HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENTED THROUGH SOFTWARE.
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VIRTUALIZATION IS THE CENTRAL ELEMENT OF THE SOFTWARE-DEFINED DATA CENTER
Network virtualization allows you to combine the resources available in a network by splitting the available bandwidth into channels, each of which is independent of the others and which can be assigned (or reassigned) to a particular server or device in real time. This means:
Resource optimization – More performance – Ease and speed of management
Server virtualization is the “masking” of server resources (including the number and identity of individual physical servers, processors and operating systems) to users of the server itself. The intention is to save the user from having to understand and manage the complicated details of server resources, increasing the ability to share resources and the ability to expand later. These advantages:
Efficiency in the use of resources – Great scalability
VIRTUALIZATION OF THE STORAGE
Storage virtualization is the pooling of the physical storage of multiple devices into what appears to be a single storage device, which is managed by a central software console. This involves:
Manage the available space optimally – Recovery speed in case of disaster recovery