By: Forbes Real Time
April 10, 2013 at 06:01 AM EDT
Why Software-Defined Data Centers Cost Much More Without Optimized Power and Cooling
With all the talk of the software-defined everything, you can quickly get the impression that we have freed ourselves completely from the physical world. Indeed, software-defined servers, networks, and storage allow an unprecedented degree of flexibility, but the picture is still incomplete. To really conquer the challenges of reliability and optimization of resources, you have to add software-defined power and cooling to the mix. Without these capabilities, according to Clemens Pfeiffer, CTO of Power Assure, your software-defined data center has a good chance of running into any number of brick walls.
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