And “because IT World is Hybrid…”
Software-Defined Datacenter (SDDC) is a common industry term that generally refers to a datacenter where all of the infrastructure is virtualized.
Microsoft’s implementation of the SDDC consists of the Windows Server technologies listed below in this article. It starts with the Hyper-V hypervisor that provides the virtualization platform upon which networking and storage are built. Security technologies, developed for the unique challenges of virtualized infrastructure, mitigate internal and external threats.
With PowerShell built into Windows Server, optimizations done in Server Core, the new Windows Admin Center management platform (codename Honolulu) and additional blocks available On-Prem as System Center and in Microsoft Azure as Operations Management Suite, you can program and automate provisioning, deployment, configuration and management of all your IT world..
The technologies built into Windows Server are the main building blocks of the Windows Server SDDC experience. However, note that another important point even though it’s a virtualized platform, your SDDC solution still requires the right hardware underneath.
So, to learn more on the SDDC technologies to build your own IT Hybrid Cloud, discover the Windows Server Software-Defined (WSSD) program:
Microsoft SDDC technologies and Microsoft project Olympus already deployed in Azure…
Project Olympus hardware is now deployed in volume production with the Fv2 virtual machine (VM) family. The Fv2 family are the fastest VMs in Azure and offer the fastest Intel Xeon Scalable processors in the public cloud. It addresses the growing demand for massive large-scale computation from customers doing financial modeling, scientific analysis, genomics, geothermal visualization, and deep Learning.
Enjoy SDDC solutions with Microsoft hybrid vision and technologies,