In this exclusive webinar from Nuage Networks, we learned how Virtualized Network Services (VNS) can help limit network constraints and empower branch customers.
Nuage Networks Webinar Synopsis:
This exclusive Nuage Networks webinar shows us that with software-defined networking (SDN), removing networking constraints across and within data centers is now a real possibility. SDN enables us to unleash the speed of consumption of applications within private and public clouds for virtualized and bare-metal workloads.
However, with cloud applications being housed in the data center and users almost everywhere, a new challenge has presented itself. What we need now is to ensure that industry can still offer seamless service for branch environments. Beyond that, the Nuage Networks webinar teaches us that the dynamism of the wide area network (WAN) also needs to be improved. As it stands, the fabric that links flows from remote office locations to and through clouds is founded on static branch networking models. These strategies haven’t been revised for several years, making it even more imperative now for an effective solution.
Hosted by Rotem Salomonovitch of Nuage Networks and SDxCentral’s own Roy Chua, this webinar highlights how Nuage Networks Virtualized Network Services (VNS) can help solve constraint problems and move SDN into the branch networks. The webinar also addresses:
- SDN and networking constraints
- Advantages of using Nuage Networks Virtualized Network Services (VNS)
- How to unify branch, WAN, and cloud data center networking
- The benefits of a cohesive, policy-based approach
If you’re interested in learning more about how VNS can help your network hone the capabilities of SDN, take some time to review the helpful links on this page:
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