Utilities Continue to Invest in Software Defined Management Tools
- Dec 7, 2021 1:29 pm GMT
At one time, utility IT teams had to manually configure the computer infrastructure whenever an application was deployed or enhanced. Embracing Software Defined Interface (SDI) solutions offloaded that work to new intelligent management tools. Because of the benefits, revenue for these digital solutions increased 10.7% and reached $6.5 billion during the first half of the year in 2021, according to International Data Corp.
The market research firm divided the tools into three markets. The first, Software-defined compute (SDC) software virtualizes groups of physical compute nodes into a single logical resource. SDC is implemented at various layers of the software stack and can be used in public/private clouds and virtualized environments.
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