Software Defined Networks (SDN) – Managing Network Services through abstraction of lower level functionality
With different technologies arising rapidly, agility is now a must when building your networks. Software Defined Networks (SDN) brings flexibility to the design, the construction and the operations of networks to achieve greater business agility. In a nutshell, it represents functional separation, network virtualization and automation through programmability.
What’s in it for you?
The goal of SDN is to allow you to respond quickly to ever changing business requirements. It allows you to customize and optimize your networks as it reduces your overall costs. It expedites the creation process of software-based applications, allowing rapid creation of revenue opportunities at an accelerated pace.
Bringing significant benefits to network and cloud ecosystems
SDN allows you to innovate faster than ever by creating software-based solutions to meet your customer’s requirements and rapidly grow your infrastructure.
With slicing and virtualization, you will also be able to experiment new ideas without impacting your entire network. This will give your team a larger and more realistic testing infrastructure than what was possible before.