As a part of this series, we’ve already taken a look at the rationale and motivations behind software-defined storage, offered up a working definition, and taken a tour of the key elements found in our software-defined storage model.
If you’d like to catch up, I’ve created a page for your convenience.
With these fundamentals in hand, it’s time to turn our focus towards a key question: what are the important changes when considering SDS?
I’m not talking about technological differences; I’m talking about real things that people will see and experience.
And, if you think you know storage, it’s going to be a very different world that will shortly emerge.