Software Defined Storage for IBM

  • IBM

The need to improve and create performance efficiencies withing a legacy storage environment is being pushed by the need to store and extract more data.

Resident Software Define Storage (SDS) expert, Craig Gorgen, discusses the latest advances in SDS architecture for anyone looking to implement a solution to their IBM infrastructure.

As technologies change we find the need to move forward, SDS is a new storage architecture for a wide variety of data storage requirements based on a set of loosely coupled software and hardware components dynamically configurable to meet customer’s workload requirements. It is a model that encompasses traditional workloads, and is optimized for interoperability across hardware and software platforms.

SDS provides greater storage infrastructure flexibility to share resources while maintaining the required service levels and allowing customers to better use data for greater business insights.

Read More about IBM’s Solution with SDS

Renovate your IT infrastructure to increase capacity and reduce storage costs – https://www.ibm.com/storage/software-defined-storage

IBM Redbook – IBM Software-Defined Storage Guide – http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/redpapers/pdfs/redp5121.pdf

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