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The Journey to a Software-defined data center (SDDC) Download

The Journey to a Software-defined data center (SDDC)

Everyone wants SDDC. But, almost everyone is struggling to implement it. 95% of organizations see value in SDDC as a long-term strategy. However, only 27% have made significant progress in implementing SDDC technologies.

Why is the adoption of SDDC so slow?

Surprisingly, it’s not costs. With overwhelming interest in SDDC, why are so few organizations making progress on SDDC implementations? In simple terms, the pace of business and demands on IT are the main obstacles to implementing SDDC principles. Research showed 28% struggles with managing multicloud environments & 27% reported manual processes that make it difficult to keep pace with needs

Our research paper below explains you more why you should go on the journey to a SDDC!

The Journey to a Software-defined data center (SDDC)

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