In one corner of our industry, we have a familiar discussion regarding hypervisors, or — more precisely — software-defined compute.
In another corner, we have a vigorous debate around software-defined networking.
And, closer to home, a completely separate debate around software-defined storage.
Shouldn’t they all be aspects of the same discussion?
What do we gain by preferring a singular, consistent and integrated view of software-defined disciplines — and what do we lose by considering them individually, using a traditional lens?