DemoFriday Video: Nuage VSP Citrix Netscaler Demo Automate Insertion of Layer 4-7 Network Services
The inherent interdependence of the service industry is something Citrix Systems and many businesses are concerned about. Health, transportation, and many other industries desperately need to incorporate partnerships in order to fully deliver their products or solutions. This growing interdependence requires structured and more robust networks. Because speed, security, and efficiency are also must haves which is why the Citrix team addresses how to solve the problem at hand with automated network services delivery in this Nuage VSP Citrix Netscaler Demo.
Placing an emphasis on collaboration and the proper design of service delivery networks is the first step toward solving the problem of interdependence in the service industry. The next essential step is to benchmark performance results. To that regard, Citrix’s Michael Leonard and Nuage Networks‘ Hussein Khazaal show us how to benchmark and automate services with software-defined networking (SDN) use cases in thisNuage VSP Citrix Netscaler Demo.
Read the Citrix white paper to learn more about how to build large-scale, high-availability clouds that ensure application availability and maintain high performance.
This Nuage VSP Citrix Netscaler Demo, hosted by SDxCentral’s Scott Raynovich features joint solutions from Citrix and Nuage Networks which allow users to build networks using SDN and automatically insert Layer 4-7 network services. Watch the event recording to see how Citrix Systems’ NetScaler and the Nuage Networks VSP SDN Controller work together to automatically provide Layer 4-7 services to applications and deliver real-world solutions using SDN.
Find out more about the need for network services to provide availability, performance, and security with this DemoFriday on network services. Also, don’t forget to read the Q&A for more insights on the topic.
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