Ever since virtualization became popular at the start of 2000, creating a new layer of software that abstracts a given operation from its underlying hardware, the move toward software-defined infrastructure (SDI) has been the direction of travel for enterprise and service provider IT organizations alike. The continued development of abstraction introduces considerable potential for wholesale SDI deployment, allowing a radical rethinking of infrastructure and leading to marked improvements in areas such as flexibility, accessibility and efficiency.
Software-defined infrastructure is all about adaptability and getting rid of the rigid system silos that are now starting to hold companies back from digital transformation. A cornerstone of SDI is its ability to adapt an organization’s infrastructure to better support operational agility through automation and flexible resource scaling, thereby making infrastructure simpler to manage and its consumption more cost-effective.
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