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Telecom Providers Adopt Software-Defined Infrastructure

Telecom Providers Adopt Software-Defined Infrastructure

Within the telecom sector, the ongoing shift to software-defined infrastructure — where IT workloads run virtualized or containerized on industry-standard hardware and software platforms — is happening at an unprecedented pace.

via Digital Lifescapes

Software-Defined Storage: How to Get Started

If you’re currently considering the merits of an SDS solution, you’re not alone. More CIOs and CTOs are embracing this storage technology for several important reasons.

Source: IBM Systems

SDN Revenue will Grow by 72 Percent CAGR Through 2020

SDN open source market research

Software-defined networking (SDN) is approaching adoption by an early majority of enterprises and will compose nearly 40 percent of global enterprise network infrastructure revenue — that’s about $12.7 billion by 2020 — according to the latest market study by TBR.

Source: Digital Lifescapes

Software Defined Networking Moves into the Mainstream

SDN NFV market research

The top drivers for service provider SDN investments are simplification and automation of network and service provisioning. Meanwhile, most operators are moving from initial SDN proof-of-concept evaluations to their first commercial deployments in 2016 and 2017.

Source: Digital Lifescapes

Most IT Teams Lack the Process to Support Agile and DevOps

Agile DevOps market research

Despite extensive enterprise adoption of hybrid cloud, software defined infrastructure (SDI) and automation, 70 percent of IT teams don’t have adequate processes to help developers self-provision IT infrastructure. Most lack an IT infrastructure to support Agile and DevOps methods.

Source: Everest Group

SDN and NFV Telecom Tech Gain Global Market Momentum

sdn and nfv market research

Traditional telecom networking equipment vendors have been preparing for the ongoing transition from hardware-centric business models of the past to a more software-oriented model. Meanwhile, the leading telecom service providers continue to adopt low-cost commodity hardware and open source software.

Source: Digital Lifescapes

Why Software-Defined IT Solutions are Gaining Momentum

software defined data center market reserach

Server, storage and networking hardware revenue decreased 1.1 percent year-to-year in the first quarter of 2016 (1Q16), due to ongoing software prioritization in the IT data center market, according to the latest market study by TBR.

Source: Digital Lifescapes