With the incredible advancements being made inside of the IT technology industry on a near daily basis, it should come as no surprise that data centers have been the beneficiary of a substantial portion of this progress. Software Defined Data Centers, or SDDCs, are the next step in the evolutionary chain for traditional data centers, combining the most powerful and attractive benefits of cloud computing with the perks of onsite storage. Business owners who are passionate about staying one step ahead of the curve should take the time to explore all that the hybrid cloud and SDDCs have to offer.
Modern Approach to the Data Center
Although data centers offer a wealth of benefits to business owners who have the resources to properly install them, they have unfortunately remained out of reach for the vast majority of enterprises due to the significant financial and technical demands created during installation and beyond. That being said, recent changes in the cloud content sharing paradigm have resulted in the creation of the ‘hybrid cloud’ and, more specifically, software defined data centers, a unique environment for data distribution and information security which exists as a virtual service.
By removing the bulk of onsite hardware requirements of traditional data centers while simultaneously preserving their immense benefits, SDDCs allow customers to enjoy the same level of access and flexibility they would have with a traditional data center in an entirely new paradigm. Through the use of intelligent software systems, SDDCs are capable of internal management and maintenance without requiring the intervention of human engineers or IT professionals. Instead of relying on troves of hardware to keep a data center running smoothly, SDDCs only require an initial investment in software.
Industry Leading Solutions for the Software of Tomorrow
Unlike the public or even private cloud, software defined data centers offer absolute isolation and security, helping to ensure that data stored on them is fully protected from outside threats. SDDCs have become an integral element of what is defined as the hybrid cloud, a computing environment which relies on both onsite and offsite hardware to deliver comprehensive online access to content. The origins of the hybrid cloud stem are directly related to the growing need of business owners around the world for a secure and reliable data storage solution which, although perhaps not as expensive or large as an onsite data center, nevertheless provide an equitable degree of access and performance.
Powerful Benefits at all times
Compared to traditional data centers, SDDCs can be deployed at a noticeably faster rate, due in large part to the lack of hardware involved. Particularly in situations where business owners may require the storage and security of a data center but lack access to a suitable space, SCCDs are incredible popular. A lack of tangible hardware also makes it incredibly easy for business owners to scale their IT operations at a moment’s notice. Although SDDCs do not perfectly match the degree of reliability found in traditional data centers, the immense cost savings and the overwhelmingly positive support for them have transformed them into a highly sought out service around the world.
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