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The Why, the What and the How of the Software-Defined Data Center

McAfee EMEA

The Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC) is an overarching philosophy for implementing better data centers. The most basic way to think about an SDDC is as a combination of virtualized computing resources, plus software-defined storage and networking. In addition, SDDC often includes overarching security aspects: in other words, SDDC abstracts and automates all the compute, storage and networking aspects that are traditionally physical, and it can put that automation and abstraction to use in enhancing security.

Tags : data center, software, defined, sddc, implementation, automation, security
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Published:  Nov 15, 2017
Length:  3
Type:  White Paper