New SDCloud Platform Provides Help in SDN / NFV Migration Efforts
| May 02, 2016
The SDCloud Platform itself is a cloud deployment and provisioning system, which can be scaled up or down as needed at the time. With the SDCloud Platform in place, users will be able to evaluate various OpenStack solutions. Additionally, in a departure from similar offerings on the market, SDCloud Platform users will be able to add in SDN controller options as well. That's something other cloud platforms generally don't offer, and the combination of SDN, NFV, OpenStack and SDN controller points make SDCloud Platform a clear favorite in the field.
Customers potentially interested in NFV and SDN have a particularly difficult time finding the time required to learn about what needs to be done in order to make these new systems function properly and deliver value in everyday operations. With SDCloud Platform, users can trim the time it takes to deploy these systems to minutes, which takes a hefty chunk out of the overall time requirement. Less time means less cash spent in the operation, and a better chance of getting value from the system that allows it to pay for itself. Plus, the system will also support the Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) concept, which allows for further value thanks to tools like solution development, validation options, integration testing and more to be brought in.