Executive Summary

SDS has had a long and storied history going back to the late 1990s.

Neuralytix believes that all organizations need to include software-defined storage (SDS) as part of their forward looking IT planning. In this Insight, we examine the benefits and challenges of SDS. Additionally, Neuralytix estimates that an SDS investment is likely to last around 10 years. Furthermore, Neuralytix estimates that through 2020, 30% of net new IT projects will be built on some form of converged infrastructure with SDS software.

SDS will allow organizations to focus more on the value creation aspect of IT, as opposed to the “keeping the lights on” aspect of IT. It will allow IT to help their organizations leverage the data they have, and move towards an on-premise Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) model that will rival cloud based IaaS offering.

A successful SDS implementation will allow IT organizations to deliver infrastructure that is more predictable in outcome, repeatable in process, and scale as the organization needs change.


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