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Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) Cheat Sheet

Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) Cheat Sheet

Let's face it, there's quite a bit of confusion around what constitutes an SDDC, not to mention how you go about building one.

NIMBOXX recently created an awesome all-in-one SDDC Cheat Sheet to help you navigate this fast growing infrastructure. Whether you're looking to boost your own knowledge or be the office expert that can educate your colleagues about the benefits of SDDCs, this easy-to-read reference guide is a perfect tool to keep at your fingertips.

You can download this free SDDC cheat sheet today to learn:

  • What is an SDDC, and what it is not
  • SDDC components
  • SDDC benefits
  • Common deployment models
  • Key things to consider before purchasing an SDDC
  • Handy glossary of all your favorite acronyms including: Libvirt, KVM, QEMU, SDAS and more.

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David Cauthron is founder and CTO at NIMBOXX, responsible for product direction and delivery. David is a seasoned technologist with recognized expertise in information technology, telecommunications and datacenter integration. Prior to founding NIMBOXX, David was chief technology officer at Galactic Computing Corporation where he was responsible for the technical and architectural vision of the supercomputer manufacturer. He has also held key development roles at Neutility, Inc. and Chainworks, Inc.

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