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

White Paper Published By: McAfee EMEA
McAfee EMEA
Published:  Nov 15, 2017
Type:  White Paper
Length:  3 pages

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.



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data center, software, defined, sddc, implementation, automation, security