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What is a virtual datacenter (VDC) and how is this different to other data centers?
The main difference between a VDC and a traditional data center is that a VDC is software-defined. This means that the resources are not tied to specific physical hardware. Instead, they are virtualized and can be moved around as needed. This makes it much easier to manage and scale a VDC than a traditional data center.
A VDC can be hosted in a public cloud, a private cloud, or a hybrid cloud environment. In a public cloud, the resources are hosted by a third-party provider and delivered over the internet. In a private cloud, the resources are hosted on-premises, but they are managed and provisioned using cloud-like technologies. In a hybrid cloud environment, some resources are hosted in a public cloud, while others are hosted on-premises.