Enterprises are rapidly adopting a hybrid approach to managing workloads – with apps moving to public clouds like AWS and Azure while maintaining significant on-premise workloads. Learn how cloud-native networking will give organizations a unified approach to managing Multi-Cloud environments, with simplicity & flexibility.
2018 Next-Gen Data Center Networking Report Webinar: Next-Gen Networking for Hybrid and Multi-Cloud
Enterprise IT is under increasing pressure to increase agility so that traditional companies can survive the onslaught from nimble cloud-based competitors. The number of store closures in Retail is a glaring example.
This webinar will focus on key findings from the recently published SDx Central survey on next-generation datacenter architectures and approaches that Enterprises are taking to keep one step ahead of the competition.
As Enterprises are moving increasing numbers of Apps to the public cloud, evidenced by the recent statistics shared by Amazon and Microsoft in the most recent earnings call on AWS and Azure growth, the need to develop hybrid cloud and Multi-cloud management strategies is clear.
One important consideration in Hybrid cloud planning is the question of how to deliver network agility to the traditionally most risk-averse and brittle component in the datacenter stack: datacenter networking.
Learn how cloud-native networking supports Multi-cloud management across private networks & public cloud VPCs, through a unified management interface.
Hyper-scale inspired networking principals pioneered by Facebook & Google are now being adopted by mainstream enterprises to achieve significant operational efficiencies, reduced CapEX, and increased vendor choice.
Traditional networking solutions based on a switch by switch CLI management are being replaced by SDN-based fabric solutions with integrations with VMware, OpenStack, and Red Hat Open Shift container orchestrators for increased network agility and flexibility.
Learn how Enterprises are effectively deploying technologies like hyper-converged systems, heterogeneous virtualized environments, containers, and SDN to achieve flexibility, agility and workload mobility between on-premise and public cloud environments.
During the webinar, you’ll learn:
- Learn how cloud-native networking supports Multi-cloud management across private networks & public cloud VPCs, through a unified management interface.
- Hyper-scale inspired networking principals pioneered by Facebook & Google are now being adopted by mainstream enterprises to achieve significant operational efficiencies, reduced CapEX, and increased vendor choice.
- Traditional networking solutions based on switch by switch CLI management are being replaced by SDN-based fabric solutions with integrations with VMware, Open Stack, and Red Hat Open Shift orchestrators for increased network agility and flexibility.
Who should watch this on-demand webinar?
Industries: Industrial Manufacturing, Healthcare, Government (Federal), Computer Software/Technology Manufacturer and Banking and Financial Services
Primary Roles: Researcher, Executive, DevOps, Network Operator and Network Architect
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