Sponsored By: Pluribus Networks
A new class of applications, like VR/AR, video surveillance, and the Internet of Things, requires resources deployed at the network edge, closer to users and things, so they can deliver on key latency, bandwidth cost reduction, autonomy and data privacy requirements. Learn why Pluribus Networks’ controllerless next-generation SDN solution is ideal for the distributed cloud networking model that supports these requirements.
Many enterprises and service providers are leveraging cloud-based services and architectures, including public cloud, private cloud, hybrid cloud, and multi-cloud. At the same time, while many workloads are moving into public clouds, many others remain on-premises in private clouds or traditional virtualized data center environments. One thing all these cloud implementations share in common is a heavily centralized architecture. This means storage, compute, and networking resources reside in one or a few centralized locations.
However, there’s an emerging class of applications that have a new set of requirements that cannot be met by this centralized cloud architecture. Latency-sensitive applications such as virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) are excellent cases in point; so are data-intensive, widely distributed applications such as video surveillance and the Internet of Things (IoT). The requirements for this class of applications require resources deployed at the network edge, closer to users and things, so they can deliver on key requirements of latency, bandwidth cost reduction, autonomy, and data privacy.
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