Dave Ginsburg of Pluribus and SDxCentral's own Matt Palmer delve into SDN Switching with this exciting DemoFriday.
Pluribus Netvisor Demo – How to Deploy SDN Switching Within Your Existing Network
In the Pluribus Netvisor demo on SDN switching, Pluribus Networks demonstrates how you can extend the useful life of your existing network with a top-of-rack (TOR) mid-cycle refresh. Dave Ginsburg, CMO of Pluribus Networks, helps you find alternatives to expensive network and application performance analytics packages. Pluribus also describes how you can forgo the added cost of a separate visibility fabric and instead, enhance your existing network with software-defined networking (SDN) switching at the leaf or spine.
Pluribus Networks reveals why you don’t have to be a hyperscale or webscale shop to fully benefit from the wonders of SDN. Those who want to know how to bring SDN switching to what they already have in place will find this DemoFriday especially intriguing and informative.
The Pluribus Netvisor demo shows you how to bring feature-rich SDN capabilities to your current networks through the use of Pluribus analytics. You can keep your present architecture and still enjoy an SDN fabric that offers agility, availability, a single point of management, and analytics. Discover how you can gain visibility across the entire network for about the price of upgrading network monitoring TAPs. How? SDN switching.
Dave Ginsburg’s presentation will especially resonate with decision makers working in mid-market enterprises, Fortune 1000 companies, and those in the education sector. If you were unable to attend the the live demo, don’t worry. You can find all of the DemoFriday assets here, including the in-depth Q&A video that provides great insight on the topic of SDN switching. You can also read the full post-event Q&A here.
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