Software-Defined Storage (SDS): How Pre-Integrated SDS Stacks Up Against Software-Only
In order to compete more effectively, businesses are targeting greater flexibility within their data centers as a way to speed up time-to-market, drive down costs, and increase the value of their information. Over the past 15 years, the focus in IT has shifted to software as the way to achieve this flexibility, sparking a movement within the IT industry known as “Software-Defined.” Today, there is software-defined networking (SDN), software-defined storage (SDS) and even the software-defined data center (SDDC). But how do you know whether this approach is right for you?
Download this white paper to learn:
- What it means to be software-defined, how software-defined storage came to evolve, and the critical differences between software-only and pre-integrated approaches
- Why the software-only approach software-defined storage is so hard to get right, what kind of risks are involved. and what kind resources you need to realize its full benefits
- Whether pre-integrated SDS offers a better way to achieve the flexibility, agility, reliability, performance, usability, feature/functionality, and most of all, affordability that today’s competitive enterprises need
- How INFINIDAT’s enterprise-proven solution can help you realize the benefits of SDS with a lot fewer risks