When full composability is achieved, data centers will be defined by the needs of applications. This will require simple, open, standards-based, and scalable solutions.
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In the rush to capitalize on NFV many operators have focused purely on the NFV orchestration, but as they move from trials to production, one key piece is missing — management.
For a server to be truly dispensable, it should be able to be shut down at will or fail without any noticeable end-user impact.
Moving the security perimeter into the cloud helps companies that are struggling with the budget and talent needed to keep security in-house.
While MEC is set to address the data demand of 5G networks, adding network programmability to MEC ameliorates the overall MEC solution.
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NaaS offers a balance between SLA MPLS services and high bandwidth broadband Internet.
It is worth recalling that not all things are created equal.
SD-WAN is a temporary solution – not a market.
The benefits of SDN with network virtualization.
SDN is hardly an elixir for IoT security, but it is a helping hand.
The components and platform used in SD-WAN 2.0 can also be used for other services, such as hybrid cloud applications.
Complex applications means complex rules.
SDN is an ideal methodology to push policies to campus networks.