Q&A with the Author of SDDC for Dummies, Nexenta - Special Edition

July 8, 2014 | 31 mins

Simon Robinson
Robert Novak
Director, Systems Architecture

The two largest drivers of the data center transformation have been the move to Software-Defined Storage (SDS) and Software-Defined Networking (SDN) — technologies that have been enabled by server virtualization. Software Defined Data Centers For Dummies, Nexenta Special Edition, shows you how these new technologies can work for you as you attempt to unify your systems into a consistent and well-formed architecture. In the book, you discover how to deploy solutions that support desktops, Big Data, web hosting, search engines, and massive amounts of storage as a cohesive system that serves your organization well.

Nexenta held a Q&A with the author, Robert Novak, Director of Systems Architecture at Nexenta, where he discussed:

  • Software-defined storage within the SDDC
  • Advantages & Disadvantages of SDDC
  • How to cut the cord from proprietary storage
  • How to reduce costs with commodity hardware
  • Sneak peek into a standard SDS infrastructure

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