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Software-Defined Data Centers (SDDC) Transforms Traditional Data Center by Delivering Networking, Storage, Compute, and resources as Advanced Policy-Based Software Capable and Central Management of the Entire Data Center


Software-Defined Data Centers (SDDC) transform traditional data center by delivering networking, storage, compute, and other resources as advanced policy-based software capable of dynamic provisioning of resources and central management of the entire data center through a single point of control. The SDDC market is projected to have an increasing growth as SDDCs enable single point of control at reduced operational cost and provide improved data center security. The global SDDC market is projected to be USD 83.21 Billion by 2021, and to grow at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 26.57% during the forecast period (2016–2021).

This business sector includes an expansive number of vendors providing SDDC products, for instance, VMware, Inc. (U.S.); Microsoft Corporation(U.S.); HPE Co. (U.S.); EMC Corporation(U.S.); Cisco Systems, Inc. (U.S.); Hitachi, Ltd. (Japan); IBM Corporation (U.S.); Fujitsu, Ltd. (Japan); NEC Corporation (Japan); and Citrix Systems (U.S.). Players in this business sector have embraced different strategies to extend their worldwide presence and expand their market share. Partnerships, collaborations, acquisitions, and new product launches are some of the significant strategies embraced by market players to accomplish development in the SDDC market. Companies such as HPE and EMC have adopted these strategies to expand their product portfolio.

VMware is one of the leading providers in the SDDC market. VMware was the first to bring forth the concept of a Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC). The company’s long term strategy leans more towards organic growth strategy where they are expected to develop new products and solutions to attract more customers worldwide. Launch of Virtual SAN 6.2 that enables all-flash hyper-converged solutions at low costs and vCloud for NFV to help CSPs achieve cost reduction, further adds to the fact that VMware would be focused on organic growth strategy for cementing their market leader position in the SDDC market.

Cisco is another major provider of SDDC solutions. The company has more than 400 offices worldwide and Cisco offers a broad range of products related to data center and network virtualization, networking devices, networking management, interface & module, storage & networking, data center, and optical networking in all industrial verticals. The company focuses on both organic and inorganic growth to tap into the SDDC market. Cisco has launched the Network Functions Virtualization Infrastructure (NFVI) solution that provides network functions as virtualized service to improve its product offering. Moreover, Cisco has also acquired Embrane, Inc. to enhance its virtualization and automation capabilities.

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