What’s driving the hypergrowth
of software-defined storage?
SDS is data storage in which programming that controls storage-related tasks is decoupled from the physical storage. It emphasizes storage-related services instead of hardware.
As massive data growth continues to present organizations with increasingly complex storage challenges, more and more IT and storage decision makers turn to SDS.
For most organizations, SDS is either in operation or will be soon.
have adopted to at least some degree
are planning to adopt
have no current plans
Don’t see economic benefit
Your next steps toward SDS
The many storage administration benefits of SDS have turned this technology into a powerful market force. And its popularity is only growing. As the requirements of modern workloads continue to increase, SDS provides an easier, more affordable solution. It keeps up with demand without adding cost and complexity to existing operations.
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Based on: “Easier Management, Reduced Opex Lead More Organizations to Adopt Software-Defined Storage,” TechTarget research brief, commissioned by Dell, January 2015. *Source: “SDS Market Global Forecaset to 2019, MarketsandMarkets, January 2015”
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