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Software-defined networking (SDN) is valuable to the enterprise consumer because it provides efficiency and agility to the data center and to the Internet edge. Additionally, opex savings, deployment speed, and network programmability are SDN qualities the enterprise segment has a great appreciation for.
Great, enterprise users love SDN, but what’s the catch?
There is no catch per se. The reality is, despite the known benefits of SDN, many have encountered hiccups in implementing it. Early adopters and many after them did not necessarily have the smooth SDN integration they may have hoped for. NEC will vouch for the tough times some users have had with fragile, complex and unresponsive networks prior to deploying NEC’s own SDN solutions. Such weaknesses in their networks led to ineffective resource utilization and scaling handicaps that had IT executives and network administrators pulling hairs.
To remedy the recognized pain points, NEC will partner with SDxCentral to present on September 22nd at 10:00am PT, focusing on SDN deployments. This event aims to share past experiences and to build a new stance on SDN deployments.
SDxCentral Roy Chua will present the latest SDN Controller Report as it relates to SDN deployments. Director of Business Development for NEC Don Clark will share his insights and the lessons learned from NEC’s first 250 production deployments of SDN. An analysis of the experience early adopters of SDN have had including seven critical tips for SDN deployments, will be discussed during the presentation. Current SDN use cases will be showcased, showing how to move forward and use SDN in the current market.
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Life happens. If you can’t make the live event on September 22, go ahead and sign up below. The full event recording and other assets from the presentation will be made available to you shortly after the webinar and we’ll let you know when they are ready for viewing.