A Vision for Software Defined Infrastructure – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 312

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: John Healy, the General Manager of the SDN Division at Intel, stops by to talk about the company’s vision for a software defined infrastructure. In a software defined infrastructure datacenter, the compute, network, and storage become pools of assets that can be combined on a per service basis. To fully realize this vision, three things need to happen: 1. Abstract functionality from underlying hardware, 2. Develop the ability for centralized control of all resources, and 3. Orchestration of all resources so they can be programmed on an on-demand basis. For more information, visit networkbuilders.intel.com.

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