Software-Defined Technologies Shift SMB Data Center Options

Software-defined technologies are an up-and-coming option for virtualization across networks, servers and data storage. Bill Kleyman's Data Center Knowledge article points to how this can benefit small and midsize businesses (SMBs) through the creation of commodity data centers.Software-defined technologies accelerated ...

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