Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC)

New benchmark of speed, agility, scalability, and cost optimization to your infrastructure

A Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) is the a perfect fit for organizations that want to increase their business flexibility with agile, cost-effective, and secure data center infrastructure. SDDC is a data center in which all the infrastructure – networking, storage, processing power, and security – is virtualized and delivered “as-a-service.” It eliminates many of the challenges introduced by building your own data center. It also allows your IT to rapidly deliver business applications and IT services, while optimizing costs.

Although the benefits are proven and tangible, many IT leaders are not sure how to capture them and how to evolve from their current data center infrastructure to an SDDC. We can help you address these questions, present the appropriate use cases, and provide you with the production-proven adoption scenario, so that your business will be ready for the software-defined future.

Helping you understand, plan, and execute

  • We help business leaders and CIOs understand the business case for SDDC and how to tackle deployments, which are tailored to their technical and business needs
  • Separate hype from reality and provide a realistic view on what your organizations can achieve with SDDC
  • Prepare, orchestrate, and integrate the different elements of your existing infrastructure for SDDC
  • Plan, design and implement complete SDDC architectures
  • Migrate legacy application to the SDDC or design solutions that will co-exist with the new SDDC architecture

What can NIL offer to you?

  • Comprehensive understanding of business continuity challenges and goals
  • We constantly build on our expertise and partner network so we can provide you with the solutions that are up to modern business continuity challenges and risks
  • Worldwide references from organizations in finance and banking, military, energy, gambling, pharmaceuticals and technology sectors

Business-defined scaling

  • Greatly improved efficiency, flexibility and security
  • Faster service and application provisioning
  • More agile and cost-efficient infrastructure
  • Fewer errors and optimized operations
  • Empowered role of IT within your organization