The concept of dynamic infrastructure has evolved to cater the growing and changing demands of today’s instrumented and interconnected world. Designed as an information technology paradigm, dynamic infrastructure are reported to bring sophistication in data center functionality in order for empowering its hardware and software to respond dynamically to vast transition in demand in more pragmatic and efficient manner than earlier. Literally, the paradigm of dynamic infrastructure is also referred to as the next generation data center.
If reports are to be believed, global renowned companies are promoting this paradigm and it is an attempt to leverage collective IT resources to provide flexible IT capacity, allowing the flawless, real-time distribution of IT resources in compliance with demand from business processes. Organizations migrating to dynamic infrastructure can cut down costs, improve service quality, and make more effective use of energy by decreasing the number of unused components in their data centers. Besides, this paradigm is reported to be capable of providing security and overall data protection to companies during migration.