Data Center

Software-Defined Storage for Dummies

Provided by IBM

Category Data Center

Type E-Book

Publish Date October 18 2016

Overview

This book tells the story of this paradigm shift in data management technology.

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 its is, what its use for and the benefits it can bring to your organization.

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