Aug 29 2017

VMworld 2017: The Evolution of the Software-Defined Data Center

Taking the learnings of virtualization gained over the last dozen years, businesses are making the push to achieve software-defined data centers — breaking down the silos across compute, storage and networking, as well as on-premises and cloud.

For more stories from the show, go to our VMworld 2017 event page.


    Brandon Jackson, Technical Architect for Datacenter Converged Solutions Service Engineering, CDW

    Chris Jostock, Technical Architect for Managed Services, CDW

    Kevin Meccia, Principal Field Solutions Architect for Virtualization, CDW

Video Highlights

  • Three data center architects describe the transformation taking place now as the final push to achieve SDDC is under way.
  • To make the on-premises environment as agile as cloud requires integrating the virtualization technologies that businesses have deployed for compute, storage and networking.
  • SDDC will let businesses take advantage of hybrid environments in real time and decide — based on mission — where and how they provision and manage data, apps and services.

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