VMware and Veeam Availability and Risk Avoidance for the Software-Defined Data Center (French)
The Software-Defined Data Center consists of an infrastructure virtualized beyond compute to network and storage.
Here, applications and services are placed on-premises, off-premises or in the cloud based on economics.
Policy-driven technology and analytics dictate how workflows and workloads are moved and directed to where they best serve the business.
Virtualization is the enabling technology for the Software-Defined Data Center.
VMware vSphere extends virtualization to storage and network services and adds automated, policy-based provisioning and management.
VMware’s network virtualization platform, NSX, allocates network and security services.