Inside IT: Intel IT’s Software Defined Infrastructure Experience

December 30th, 2014 | | 8:15
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IT Best Practices: Episode 91 – Our podcast series has chronicled the evolution of the compute, storage, and network resources that comprise the data center. This evolution has presented challenges and opportunities to the IT department. Software Defined Infrastructure, or SDI, is the next step in the data center transformation – so says Intel’s Shesha Krishnapura. He’s a Senior Principal Engineer at Intel IT, and is responsible for Intel’s data center transformation strategy. In this podcast, Krishnapura explains how that strategy centers around doing more with less – meeting spending constraints, maximizing infrastructure utilization, and keeping up with demand that increases dramatically every year.

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