Software defined datacenter (SDDC) is the single most important re-architecture of the enterprise datacenter in the history of computing. An SDDC approach is to “virtualize everything” along with data center automation and enabling a private cloud with connectors to the public cloud. At least 70% of x86 server workloads are virtualized, the market is mature and competitive, and enterprises have viable choices. An increasing number of enterprises are evaluating both the cost benefits of competitive migrations and the benefits of deploying multiple virtualization technologies.
HCS’ expertise in Data Center virtualization technologies from VMware’s vSphere suite, Microsoft’s Hyper-V, Citrix’s Xen Server and KVM will allow Storage and networking product vendors to remain relevant and leverage advances made over the past few years in the areas of network and scale out storage virtualization.