Adopt an SDDC architecture with caution and proper planning

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A software-defined data center delivers virtualized networking, storage, CPU and security as a service, and implements tasks such as deployment, operation, provisioning and configuration through software. But software-defined data center architecture has its own challenges that organizations should be aware of before implementation.

Software-defined data center (SDDC) architecture has three building blocks: network virtualization, storage virtualization pools and server virtualization. These building blocks help organizations manage their data centers as a unified system, which can lower costs and increase versatility.

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