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Software-defined everything

Tech Trends 2015

Much of the operating environment can now be virtualised, automated and orchestrated, positioning infrastructure as a competitive differentiator that can help fuel innovation.

Breaking virtualisation’s final frontier

Amid the fervor surrounding digital, analytics, and cloud, it is easy to overlook advances currently being made in infrastructure and operations. The entire operating environment—server, storage and network—can now be virtualised and automated. The data center of the future represents the potential for not only lowering costs, but also dramatically improving speeds and reducing the complexity of provisioning, deploying and maintaining technology footprints. Software-defined everything can elevate infrastructure investments, from costly plumbing to competitive differentiators.

Software-defined everything: Tech Trends 2015

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