Why SDDC May be Right for Your Organization


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Software-Defined Data Centers (SDDC) are designed to overcome the drawbacks of traditional IT infrastructure to offer the accelerated delivery of consistent data center services. Despite the performance gains, some organizations have been hesitant to adopt a SDDC environment. On this episode of World Wide Technology’s (WWT) TEC37 series, WWT experts, along with experts from Dell and Intel, discuss the pros and cons of SDDC and whether this approach may fit your organization.


Robb Boyd, Host

Sean Hicks, WWT

James Harless, WWT

Shanon Berry, Dell Technologies

Robert Looney, Intel

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