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Nexenta Debuts Special Edition Book: 'Software Defined Data Centers for Dummies'

May 12, 2014

Nexenta, a global company focusing on Software-Defined Storage (SDS), announced that it has authored a Dummies series book about the impact and role of SDS on the Software Defined Data Center (SDDC).

In a release, the Company said Software Defined Data Centers for Dummies, Nexenta Special Edition, is now available for free download at nexenta.com/SDDCForDummies.

Software Defined Data Centers for Dummies, Nexenta Special Edition explains how recent advances in Software-Defined Storage (SDS) and Software-Defined Networking (SDN) can unify IT systems into a consistent and well-formed architecture. Discover how to deploy solutions that support desktops, Big Data, web hosting, search engines, and massive amounts of storage as a cohesive system, and understand how to make the transition from a legacy environment to an SDDC environment.

"The market continues to learn how impactful the move to a Software-Defined Data Center can be," said Jill Orhun, Vice President of Marketing, Nexenta. "Software Defined Data Centers for Dummies, Nexenta Special Edition is an easy to digest manual for integrating Software Defined-Storage, and lays the foundation for a software-defined enterprise that provides freedom from legacy storage hardware."

Report information:

www.nexenta.com/SDDCForDummies

More information:

www.nexenta.com

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