Today’s data center has evolved beyond its roots as a “traditional enterprise data center” — it is substantially more diverse and fluid than its previous incarnation. The core of this fluidity springs from data center managers embracing the concept of a “virtual” data center: in essence, a pool of physical and virtual resources that can be scaled as needed. The flexibility of a virtual data center allows its managers to tailor departmental infrastructure for increased responsiveness for their internal and external clients’ needs.
A virtual data center’s resource pool includes — computational, storage, network, and security infrastructures. These easily scale up and down as requirements change. As a result, more data centers worldwide are adopting a New Normal-informed paradigm. At the same time, the rate of change is soaring inside these increasingly dynamic data center environments…
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