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CRN Software Defined Data Center Roundtable: Industry Leaders Sound Off On Software Defined Vs. Public Cloud

Leaders from industry titans HPE, Dell EMC, Veeam and Big Switch Networks discuss the cost of software-defined data centers versus public cloud.

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Paul Miller

Company: Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Title: VP of Marketing, HPE Converged Data Center Infrastructure

If you're going to continue to compete versus public cloud, it's about increasing utilization and making your data center to be as fungible as the public cloud, because business is moving to be more fungible. Everybody started in this business with, you worked with a client for nine months to get them to roll out an application. That application stayed in there for three to six years. That's no longer the model. The data centers are up and down. With our composable infrastructure, a large US auto manufacturer [for example] specified to us, 'You have to be able to be composable to go in there.' … Applications are coming and going, and they have to have this fungibility that the public cloud has to get the economics.

 
 
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