Storage Virtualization

Software-Defined Storage for Dummies

Provided by IBM

Category Storage Virtualization

Type E-Book

Length 53

Publish Date October 18 2016

Date posted January 09 2018


To help them derive more value from their data assets, many businesses are deploying a new type of enterprise data storage called Software‐Defined Storage (SDS). This technology essentially transforms traditional, manually operated storage into “thinking” systems that automatically monitor your data, move it appropriately, and perform a long list of powerful functions that ultimately lower the cost and complexity of storage while making your data more valuable. This Software-Defined Storage for Dummies provides a guide to Software-Defined Storage, outlining what it is, what it’s used for, and the benefits it can bring to your organization.

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