IDC: Organizations May Not Achieve Digital Transformation Initiatives Without Software-Defined Infrastructure Capabilities


According to IDC, worldwide spending on technologies and services that enable digital transformation (DX) will reach $1.97 trillion in 2022. The success of these initiatives will depend in large part on the adoption of infrastructure capabilities that can lower costs while providing higher levels of operational agility. Software-defined infrastructure (SDI) solutions provide the flexibility and scalability that’s needed to meet the demands of these wide-ranging DX initiatives.

Download this IDC research paper to learn:

  • The role that SDI plays in improving response to dynamically changing workload and application requirements.
  • The link between DX and SDI and why this emerging model is so important to modern businesses.
  • Architectural and functional requirements of next-generation applications (e.g., virtualized, containerized, cloud-based, NoSQL, Big Data).

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