Free eBook ‘Software-Defined Storage for dummies’

Fresh of the press and compliments by Nutanix is a free eBook titled ‘Software-defined storage for dummies.

In this 46 pages eBook author Scott Lowe showcases the possibilities of web-scale IT in which powerful software acts as a key driver of datacenter efficiency and flexibility. As the industry buzz grows around this emerging technology, be one of the first to understand the true power of software-defined storage.

 Download the eBook to learn: 

  • How a new era of storage solutions will help your infrastructure become more flexible, powerful, and easy to manage
  • The emerging technologies that make software-defined storage a game-changer in the datacenter
  • Ten key software-defined storage facts that all IT experts need to know

This book was written with and for Nutanix.


Chapter 1:
The Current State of Storage: This chapter introduces you to the challenges of legacy storage.
Chapter 2:
Software-Defined Storage Basics: What is software-defined storage? Also, what isn’t it?
Chapter 3:
Key SDS Principles and Enablers: Find out what technologies make SDS possible.
Chapter 4:
How SDS Benefits Business: This chapter explains the things that your Chief Financial Officer
wants to know about SDS. Which is to say, how to make it
more flexible and more efficient!
Chapter 5: Ten Key SDS Facts: This chapter goes over some important facts to keep in mind as you explore SDS.

Download here.


About Marcel van den Berg
I am a technical consultant with a strong focus on server virtualization, desktop virtualization, cloud computing and business continuity/disaster recovery.

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