Software-defined data center (SDDC)

Software-defined data center (SDDC) is the phrase used to refer to a data center where all infrastructure is virtualized and delivered as a service.

Business Challenge :

Data centers traditionally lacked the capacity to accommodate total virtualization: In a traditional, on-premise, hardware-defined data center, you’re limited by the physical attributes of the available resources. The routers, switches, servers, network cables, and other aspects of the data center dictate what you’re capable of doing from a software perspective. If the demands placed on the network infrastructure exceed its capacity, performance will suffer or you may crash the whole network.

Winning Solution :

DFX allows IT administrator to define applications and all of the resources they require—including compute, storage, networking, security, and availability—and group all of the required components to create a “logical application.”

DFX by orchestrating a software-defined data centres [SDDCs] facilities improved efficiency from extending virtualization throughout the data center; increased agility from provisioning applications quickly; improved control over application availability and security through policy-based governance; and the flexibility to run new and existing applications in multiple platforms and clouds.