How software-defined storage is easing the strain on data centers

04/9/2014 | InfoWorld

The rising complexity of enterprise storage requirements is fueling a push toward new virtualized technologies that give data center servers the flexibility to adjust to changing demands. Research shows that cloud storage provisioning remains a significant challenge for a majority of companies. According to IBM's Ronald Riffe, by easing the demands on legacy hardware-based infrastructure, software-defined storage enables companies to create storage networks with more agility and elasticity.

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