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Get Started on Your Next Generation Data Center Today

Software Defined Data Centers (SDDC) have become essential in a fiercely competitive landscape.  We've all heard the talking points - we need flexible technology, we need agile solutions, and we need to be scalable for growth, but how does this happen in today's fast-paced world, while keeping costs under control?

At Evolving Solutions, our technologists and engineers are focused on helping our clients architect Software Defined Data Centers that fit their business strategy and growth.  We work to combine the required data center hardware, with the software-driven intelligence of automation and orchestration.

Where do you start?

 

A Software Defined Data Center includes three key components:


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To keep things simple, let's focus on Software Defined Storage (SDS).  Today, cutting-edge SDS can be integrated into an infrastructure via a virtual server, physical server, or converged appliance. Many current offerings of IT solutions in the marketplace, like IBM Spectrum Storage™, already come equipped with what is considered “software-defined” technology.


A SDDC is Dependent on Software Defined Storage.


A functional SDDC requires that all hardware resources be fully controlled and operated through software controls.  While storage options can be configured according to the workload, it is important that such values are aligned with the workload's demands of computing as well.





SDSLandingPageHeaderArtboard 1.png

Software Defined Data Centers (SDDC) have become essential in a fiercely competitive landscape.  We've all heard the talking points - we need flexible technology, we need agile solutions, and we need to be scalable for growth, but how does this happen in today's fast-paced world, while keeping costs under control?

At Evolving Solutions, our technologists and engineers are focused on helping our clients architect Software Defined Data Centers that fit their business strategy and growth.  We work to combine the required data center hardware, with the software-driven intelligence of automation and orchestration.

Where do you start?

 

A Software Defined Data Center includes three key components:

Software-Defined-Storage-Tile.jpg
Software-Defined-Comput-Tile.jpg
Software-Defined-Networking-Tile.jpg

To keep things simple, let's focus on Software Defined Storage (SDS).  Today, cutting-edge SDS can be integrated into an infrastructure via a virtual server, physical server, or converged appliance. Many current offerings of IT solutions in the marketplace, like IBM Spectrum Storage™, already come equipped with what is considered “software-defined” technology.


A SDDC is Dependent on Software Defined Storage.


A functional SDDC requires that all hardware resources be fully controlled and operated through software controls.  While storage options can be configured according to the workload, it is important that such values are aligned with the workload's demands of computing as well. 

Get Started on Your Next Generation Data Center Today


Ted Letofsky & Brian Gallob are part of our architect team and are full of data center, storage and digital transformation knowledge.  See what they have to say about Software Defined Data Centers.


Software-Defined Storage is tailored for ever-changing workloads and algorithms, including its heightened capability for reporting and monitoring performance levels.

How can Evolving Solutions help?

 

We realize that the process to change to a Software Defined Data Center isn't a process that happens overnight.  Our architects know data centers inside and out.  They help our clients develop a plan of attack to get started and tie it into your overall cloud and automation strategy.

A key part of our success is for our technologists to architect a full solution before you ever buy anything.  We take the time necessary to fully understand your needs and restrictions before you invest.

Don't wait, now is the time to start thinking about your next generation data center.


INFOGRAPHIC

 

IDC paints a compelling picture to make the case for Software Defined Storage and the next generation of infrastructure.

  • 75% of enterprises have deployed/considering deploying SDS in the data center.
  • 61% of enterprises that deployed SDS realized tangible benefits.
Click Here to find out more about SDS benefits and considerations in this IDC infographic.

INFOGRAPHIC

 

IDC paints a compelling picture to make the case for Software Defined Storage and the next generation of infrastructure.

  • 75% of enterprises have deployed/considering deploying SDS in the data center.
  • 61% of enterprises that deployed SDS realized tangible benefits.
Click Here to find out more about SDS benefits and considerations in this IDC infographic.

WHITE PAPER

Key Considerations for a Software Defined Storage Strategy: The Journey to a Fully Virtualized Data Center
This white paper outlines what it means to be a Software Defined Data Center and why enterprises want to engage in a software-defined strategy.



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