The Ripple Effect

The Software-Defined Future is Here

TidalScale, software-defined server, software-defined data center, composable infrastructure, right-sizing, Memory, Gordon Bell, IEEE Computer

In January, I argued that 2018 is shaping up to be the year of the Software-Defined Server. I pointed to a number of reasons why:

  • Data is growing rapidly, putting pressure on IT infrastructures that simply aren’t built to keep up.
  • To act on all that data quickly, businesses need to analyze it entirely in memory, which is 1,000 times faster than flash storage.
  • Today’s on-premise and cloud data centers typically aren’t equipped with servers that can provide a single instance of memory large enough to accommodate many data sets.
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In Korea, a Real Hunger for Right-Sizing Servers

software-defined server, hpc, TidalScale Korea, Korea, Memory, DRAM, inverse hypervisor

TidalScale Korea officially launched last week in Seoul. It was a milestone event in a country where enterprises, governments and institutions are seeking cost-effective ways to deal with increasingly cumbersome Big Data problems and unpredictable workloads.

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TidalScale featured in e-week!
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Gary Smeardon in the Cube Interview