Creating your own future-proof Private Cloud with a Software-Defined Datacentre solution
March 2020 – 5 Pages
How can a Software-Defined Datacentre (SDDC) help you develop the ideal Private Cloud environment for your organisation?
Find out in this special article from OVHcloud, where one of our Private Cloud experts demystifies how an SDDC works and the benefits and opportunities it offers for growing organisations, now and well into the future
You will learn :
What is an SDDC?
Remy demystifies the three building blocks of an SDDC, their powerful capabilities, and how to make effective use of them
Future-proofing your infrastructure
Scalability is a key concern for many organisations, so we look at how an SDDC can be used to upscale in an effective, controlled way
Real-life use cases from industry leaders
We take a look at how longstanding OVH customers worldwide have implemented the SDDC to create unique global infrastructures
The keys to a successful implementation
Practical advice to ensure your own move to an SDDC is smooth and stress-free, yielding the greatest possible benefits as soon as possible
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Creating your own future proof Private Cloud with a Software-Defined Datacentre solution
In today’s highly-virtualised world, companies are demanding even more from the Cloud, and ever since VMware paved the way, the Software-Defined Datacentre (SDDC) has been hailed as the next step. In this article, we aim to demystify the software-defined approach and run through the basic building blocks and drivers pushing SDDC Private Cloud adoption
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