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Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC) Briefing

2 hours
This briefing gives your organization the opportunity to better understand the considerations for building a software-defined data center (SDDC) architecture. SDDC is a foundational element to all cloud services (public and private) and has implications for cost optimization and modern application support.

Goals & Objectives

Developing an SDDC is a critical step towards cloud operations in an on-premises environment. WWT’s SDDC Briefing will enable IT leadership, architecture and engineering to navigate this new territory. Additionally, this workshop will help place SDDC in a context that will enable a proper cloud operations strategy.

This workshop gives your organization the opportunity to better understand the considerations for building an SDDC architecture. You'll work with WWT experts to explore the following:

    ✔︎ SDDC definition

    ✔︎ SDDC use cases

    ✔︎ SDDC components

    ✔︎ OEM component review

    ✔︎ Map SDDC outcomes to your organization

WWT can help organizations plan an effective path to developing an SDDC. The WWT SDDC Briefing is a 2-hour session designed to introduce all of IT to the key elements of SDDC. This strategy session will help you evaluate service management, cloud management platform, operations, automation and infrastructure virtualization. It will also look at the outcomes for different types of users and how it modifies their interaction with IT and data center services.

After this session, you will be able to evaluate SDDC in the context of your organization and your goals. This will enable you to determine if SDDC is the right path for your organization and set the proper objectives for an SDDC project.