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Top 5 Recommendations for Software-Defined Networking

White Paper Published By: OnX
OnX
Published:  Aug 07, 2014
Type:  White Paper
Length:  3 pages

Over time, nearly all aspects of technology have substantially evolved. The primary exception has been the network. Now that is changing, too—for the better. Software-Defined Networking (SDN) is a dynamic, adaptable, efficient, and cost-effective architecture. It is ideally suited to high-bandwidth applications pervasive in evolving businesses and IT environments.

SDN allows for fluid communication within an infrastructure by separating network control from its sending and retrieving or management functions, thereby enabling highly automated network service provisioning. 

So how do you prepare for the transition to this dynamic approach? These five recommendations can help you identify the right adoption strategy to meet your organization’s unique needs.



Tags : 
software defined networking, sdn, network architecture, network management, network performance, network performance management, network provisioning

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