Software defined networking (SDN) allows network engineers to support a switching fabric across multi-vendor hardware and application-specific integrated circuits.
SDN is also useful for maintaining service level in a cloud environment, by providing an API-enabled approach to manage the network and move workloads in a consistent way.
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Buyers Guide: Software Defined Networks
News about Software Defined Networks
Software-defined networking will revolutionise the router and switch business and wipe millions off costs. So what’s holding it up? Continue Reading
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Building your Software Defined Network
The goal of SDN is dynamic networks, so it's crucial to understand the concepts of network orchestration and virtualization -- the keys to flexibility. Continue Reading
Software defined networking may offer a more reliable and automated network, but administrators need to be prepared before they introduce it to their environment Continue Reading