Software Defined = Everything Is A Server

A server is a box with CPU cores, memory, flash, and storage. A storage array is a box with CPU cores, memory, flash, and storage. A network switch is a box with CPU cores, memory, flash, and storage. Thus, really, what’s the difference between a white box server and storage array or a switch? Ports? Capacity? Big deal. The difference is the software function that is defined to execute on the various personalities involved. It’s not the hardware anymore.

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