Dell EMC’s Service-Defined Infrastructure…
One of the more interesting events at VMworld 2016 was Dell EMC’s launch of its new Validated System for Virtualization which reflects a substantial shift in the company’s converged systems portfolio. The new solution, Dell EMC said, “Incorporates a wide range of form-factors, technology choices and deployment options, right-sized to fit each customers’ needs,” an approach that the company calls “service-defined infrastructure.”
In other words, rather than crafting a converged system optimized for specific virtualized workloads, Dell EMC has instead created a modular template for virtualized systems that can be flexibly scaled and adjusted to meet individual customers’ discrete requirements. How the service-defined infrastructure approach works and why it’s important for converged systems development are worth looking at closely.
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NOTE: This column was originally published in the Pund-IT Review.